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Ali Landry spokesperson in the Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula pregnancy ad campaign

August 2, 2013

Actress and TV personality Ali Landry, pregnant with her third child, has been tapped to reprise her role as spokesperson in the upcoming Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula pregnancy ad campaign.

Landry will bare her baby bump for the brand as the face of Palmer’s stretch mark products, including the Palmer’s Massage Lotion for Stretch Marks, Massage Cream for Stretch Marks and Tummy Butter for Stretch Marks.

The ad campaign will feature Landry and her baby bump, with a special appearance by her children, showcasing how Palmer’s has helped keep her skin flawless throughout three pregnancies.

The advertisements are projected to run on broadcast outlets and in major magazines through November 2014, according to E.T. Browne Drug Co., maker of Palmer’s.
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