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Value-priced hair protection.

Schwarzkopf, based in Irvine, Calif., is introducing Citre Shine with Fresh Fusion, a line of value-priced hair care products designed to revitalize normal hair, nourish and protect colored or permed hair and replenish dry and damaged hair. Three multi-performance leave-in treatments offer continuous moisture and manageability, help protect hair from thermal styling, seal split ends and restore shine.

The line includes a revitalizing shampoo and conditioner for normal hair; moisture-replenish shampoo and conditioner for dry, damaged hair; nourish and protect shampoo and conditioner for colored or permed hair; intensive repair deep conditioner; nourishing milk revitalizer; and a reconstructive strengthening treatment. Each is priced at $3.79.
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Title Annotation:nonfoods NEWS
Publication:Grocery Headquarters
Date:Jul 1, 2005
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