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Beauty product maker HairTech International has formed a partnership and begun a campaign with mobile marketing provider Velti for the launch of Paris Hilton's new line of hair and beauty products.
Eco-friendly beauty products manufacturer Aveda, a division of The Estée Lauder Companies, is expanding its digital commerce offering with the launch of a new mobile platform.
Israel-based aesthetic device manufacturer Home Skinovations is running an integrated DRTV and Web campaign for its Silk'n SensEpil product, an at-home hair-removal device. The ads drive viewers to www.Silkn.com and the company's 1-877-DO-SILKN toll-free number. Tom Goslau, VP of marketing and business development for Home Skinovations, described the ads as "brand-response television."
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