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Paltrow Named Ambassador for Restorsea

March 3, 2014

Actress likes natural skin care brand founded by Patti Pao.

Restorsea has inked a dealwith Gwyneth Paltrow, tapping the actress as a new brand ambassador.
  
“Gwyneth embodies the spirit of Restorsea and shares our mission to empower women to embrace aging, as the best is yet to come,” says Patti Pao, CEO and founder of Restorsea. “We are very excited to work with her and embark on this partnership.”  

“I was ecstatic when I learned that Restorsea is natural. Over time, I saw a real difference – a kind of freshness and dewiness,” said Paltrow. “I love how it smells, that it works, the story and the fact that it is a brand started by a woman entrepreneur. I never promote anything that I don’t use, love and believe in, and I’m thrilled to support the brand and its mission to encourage women to embrace their age.”
 

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