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East Meets West in New Ookisa Hair Care Line

November 17, 2008

Ookisa LLC’s new Hair Thickening Systéme is being billed as an innovative and complete approach to hair health and beauty by specifically increasing hair volume and dimension while addressing the issue of weak, thinning hair and hair loss. The Los Angeles-based company says the six integrated topical and ingestible products that make up the system blend Eastern extracts and Western science. The formulations feature a highly refined variety of antioxidants, bioflavonoids, amino acids, vitamins and minerals that work together with the body’s internal and external systems to rejuvenate hair. Topical products include Nighttime Follicle Renewing Serum, Fortifying Shampoo, Replenishing Conditioner, and Instant Volumizing Souffle. Supplements include Follicle Anti-Aging Dietary Nutritional Supplement (a DHT blocking complex) and Hair Health Nutritional Supplement Complex. More info: www.ookisa.com
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