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Living Nature Ambassador will attend Fashion Week

Press Release

September 1 2008


Ambassador for Natural Skincare and Cosmetics brand Living Nature Antonia Kidman will attend Air New Zealand Fashion Week 2008


Australian Television Presenter, Antonia Kidman is to travel to New Zealand to represent Living Nature® the award winning natural skincare and cosmetics Company based in Kerikeri.

Living Nature is one of the world's most truly natural skincare ranges, and was one of the first companies to produce skincare without the use of synthetic preservatives. Blending science and nature to create a highly potent, botanical product, Living Nature remains at the cutting edge of natural skincare and cosmetics.

Antonia has been the proud Brand Ambassador for Living Nature for 3 years, she imbues the brands qualities and ethics natural beauty.


For a copy of the photo that accompanies this release please visit:
http://mediacom.nzpa.co.nz/attachments/10802_md12002%20pic1.jpg


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