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Creme of Nature Branches Out

June 11, 2014

Adds new products with argan oil.

Ethnic hair care brand Creme of Nature expanded its variety of offerings with Creme of Nature with Argan Oil from Morocco, four new natural hair care products to show off curls: Creme of Nature with Argan Oil from Morocco Pudding Perfection, Twirling Custard, Moisturizing Milk Masque and Butter-licious Curls.

"Our new Creme of Nature with Argan Oil from Morocco line additions of hair care products for curls, coils, kinks, waves and those in transition is all about celebrating individual beauty and gives consumers the freedom to achieve the styles they want and the product performance they need," said Shawn Tollerson, Creme of Nature's vice president of marketing. "Girls with curls will love these new products, which include the amazing benefits of Argan Oil and Argan Butter from Morocco for healthy, hydrated, frizz-free curls with exotic shine."

More info: www.cremeofnature.com

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