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Duri Debuts Rejuvacote 2

April 18, 2013

Updated formulation for sensitive nails.

In 2000, Duri Cosmetics launched its Rejuvacote nail treatment. Now, Duri’s founder and chemist Faina Ritz has created Rejuvacote 2, a new "super" version with a powerful formula designed for more “sensitive” nails. 

“The formulation for Rejuvacote 2 was developed for users who experience skin reactions and irritations from anything including some naturally derived ingredients,” said Ritz.  “We wanted to create a product that could provide a nail treatment usable for the people with more sensitive skin and nails.“
 
According to the company, the unique formulation is designed to not only extend the life of a manicure, but to ward off dryness and encourage strong, healthy nails to grow. The intensive strengthening formula contains keratin and calcium to mend split nails.


More info: www.duri.com

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