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Natural Eczema Spray from Quest

June 25, 2014

ProVent rolls out to CVS stores, Meiher and Harris Teeter.

Quest Products  has rolled out ProVent Eczema and Psoriasis Spray, which is formulated to help minimize the appearance of skin conditions often associated with eczema and psoriasis.  The SKU is available at CVS stores nationwide, Meijer and Harris Teeter, and through multiple online retailers, according to the company.

Based on a century-old formula that originated in India,  ProVent Eczema and Psoriasis Spray contains extracts from twenty-five different herbs. The patented formula provides non-steroidal, natural relief and contains no parabens, no artificial dyes, and no artificial fragrances.  

"We are very proud to have a great product - one that can help so many people - available at so many locations, as well as online at myQuestStore.com," said Mike Brennan, manager of the ProVent line for Quest Products. 

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