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Much more than a friend, actress Jennifer Aniston has become co-owner and hair care spokespers

November 6, 2012


• Much more than a friend, actress Jennifer Aniston has become co-owner and hair care spokesperson for Living Proof, the hair care firm founded by Dr. Robert Langer, Institute Professor of MIT, and Jon Flint and Amir Nashat of venture capital firm Polaris Venture Partners.

Aniston will actively help build the Living Proof hair care business using her understanding of what drives our culture and hair trends today, the company said. Her role will involve hair care brand development and creative marketing direction for Living Proof’s hair products as well as collaboration with our leading stylists and scientists on new hair care product ideas.

Living Proof hair care products can be found nationwide at top salons, Sephora, Ulta, Nordstrom, QVC and at Livingproof.com. Internationally, products are stocked at Space NK in the United Kingdom.
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