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Kiwi products to get model treatment on The Shopping Channel

Kiwi products to get model treatment on The Shopping Channel

AUCKLAND, 12 October 2012 – New Zealand’s newest TV channel, The Shopping Channel has star quality in mind when it comes to kiwi products on the channel.

This week The Shopping Channel will welcome to the studio two New Zealand stars to talk about Kiwi skincare ranges Linden Leaves and Living Nature.

Former Supermodel Rachel Hunter will appear on Tuesday 16 October from 9.30pm as skincare ambassador for Linden Leaves, showcasing their quality, effective and safe skincare bundles exclusive to The Shopping Channel.

Living Nature will have their exclusive 100% natural, uniquely New Zealand skincare bundles showcased by New Zealand’s only ever Miss Universe, Lorraine Downes on Thursday 18th at both 3.30pm and 8.30pm.

Both companies provide quality, natural New Zealand made products focusing on Kiwi’s needs.

The Shopping Channel screens on Sky TV and Freeview |HD Channel 18. For more information go to, check out our Facebook page and follow us on twitter @shopping_nz.

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