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Boots No7 for Men Hits US

June 26, 2013

Chain-wide at Walgreens, Duane Reade.

No7 Men skincare products are now available chain-wide at Walgreens and Duane Reade drugstores nationwide. The debut marks the first nationwide Boots product launch for Walgreens with Alliance Boots since the two companies formed a strategic partnership last summer to create the first global pharmacy-led, health and wellbeing enterprise, the drugstore retailer said.
 
 “We’re thrilled to introduce our No7 Men skincare products in the US. through our partnership with Walgreens,” said Gordon Farquhar, managing director, Boots Retail USA. “We know that there is a huge interest and need for great skincare options for men, and No7 is a brand with a rich heritage and proven science. We see this as the beginning of a successful partnership with Walgreens and look forward to introducing even more products for men from No7.”
 

The products also can be purchased on Walgreens.com, drugstore.com and US.Boots.com

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