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Church & Dwight Co., Inc., the maker of Nair depilatories and waxes, has teamed up with Cond

June 4, 2012

• Church & Dwight Co., Inc., the maker of Nair depilatories and waxes, has teamed up with Conde Nast for the “Nair Brazilian Beauty Challenge” to celebrate the smooth skin styles of the summer season and the launch of new Nair Brazilian Spa Clay hair removal products for the face and body. The sweepstakes invites women to highlight great summer style and new fashion trends to show off radiant, touchable skin that Nair provides for a chance to win a $2,000 shopping spree in New York City with a Conde Nast stylist, and the full line of Nair Brazilian Spa Clay products.

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