Launch of New Hair Care Product

March 20, 2018

EJM Products Announces New Product Lines And Launches New Website

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Brisbane, Queensland— EMJ Products, creators of the world’s first product line specifically formulated for ethnic hair care is pleased to announce the launch of their new website and new, expanded product lines for both men and women.

The new website http://www.emjproducts.com features several new products including new and improved shampoo, conditioner, hair repair conditioner, children’s shampoo, newborn shampoo, newborn conditioner and aloe vera infused shampoo.

In addition to the convenient shop at home feature, the new website has plenty of great content to help you care for your unique hair and skin, and also for your child’s hair, to help promote growth and prevent breakage.

EJM Products contain high-quality ingredients like Shea Butter, Beta-Carotene and Tea Tree Oil to ensure the health of your hair and skin. Product formulas for youth include gentle, natural ingredients like Sunflower Oil and Olive Oil to help your child’s hair feel and look shiny and healthy.

Our vision is to be a leader in the ethnic grooming and hair care categories. Please visit our new user-friendly website https://www.ejmproducts.com to learn about our products and to shop online, or Contact Us with questions.

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EJM Products began in Sydney in 1973 with their ground-breaking ethnic hair care product known around the world, SSS Fro. Since its inception, EJM Products has introduced many new results-driven products for skin and hair, many with natural ingredients rather than harsh chemicals, to keep your entire family looking good throughout the year.

Contact-Details:

Jane Doe
Toll Free 04999999
Email : [email protected]

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