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Marzena launches two hot new products for Summer ‘

Marzena launches two hot new products for Summer ‘07!

Marzena has launched two unique hair removal products to help ween you off your skinny jeans and into a mini this summer.

The New Zealand bodycare innovator has launched the prestigious Marzena Beauty Salon Wax as well as the Sensitive Hair Remover Lotion – Hands Free, for a clean and simple way to “de-fuzz” for the warmer months.

Similar to the wax used in professional salons, the new Marzena Beauty Salon Wax contains natural resin, to remove hair cleanly without the need for cloth strips. Once heated, the contoured applicator smoothes the wax onto the skin in a thin layer, coating the shortest of hairs. It dries quickly to form its own strip, which is then pulled away to remove hair from the roots.

Marzena has also come up with Marzena Sensitive Hair Remover Lotion – Hands Free, for easy hair removal on the go. The lotion rolls onto the skin in either small and large sections, depending on the size of the area, after three to four minutes the hair is gone, leaving a smooth, hair free area, and minimizing future growth with the specially formulated Marzena Hair Inhibitor Serum.

The Marzena Sensitive Hair Remover Lotion – Hands Free contains Vitamin E and Aloe Vera to soothe and moisturise skin.

These two products are the latest addition to Marzena’s extensive suite of hair removal and body lotion products in time to provide the summer rescue your body needs.

These new Marzena products are on sale now in all leading supermarkets, pharmacies and variety stores.


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