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Silk’n Unveils New Website

September 17, 2013

Targets online sales and customer engagement.

Professional light-based beauty device brand Silk’n Home Skinovations presents a digital makeover with the official launch of its new Silkn.com website. According to the company, the new “robust” online experience will include new digital features, expanded content, live chats, social media integration and an upgraded design for improved customer navigation and interaction.
  
“The new Silkn.com represents a beautiful pleasing physical appearance with technical ingenuity on the backend,” says Moshe Mizrahy, CEO of Home Skinovations. “Not only will this optimize the customer’s online shopping experience, but it also represents our strategic approach to unify our direct-to-consumer initiatives such as direct response television, extensive advertising campaigns, social media impact and digital footprint in a single platform.”
 
More info: www.silkn.com or watch the Silk'n Channel at www.youtube.com/SILKNOFFICIALSITE.
 
 
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