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Fruits & Passion Laboratories

July 14, 2008

Fruits & Passion Laboratories, Montreal, Canada, has added a premium collection of shampoos and conditioners formulated with 97% “naturactive” ingredients that address the five most common hair types: dry, colored, oily, normal and stressed out (hair exposed to and affected by pollution). Each of the product segments in the line contain a plant complex that caters to the specific hair problem. Protection, the collection for stressed out hair, includes a plant complex of moringa, rooibos, awaphui and sunflower. The scent is made from pure essential oils of vetiver and tonka beans, according to the company. The complex for Equilibre features maiden hair, watercress, nettle and panama bark and iris. It is scented with cedar and patchouli. More info: www.us.fruits-passion.com.
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