USANA Expands Product Portfolio in the Philippines with Hair Care Offers
In its effort to continue providing high quality products to Filipinos, USANA Health Sciences announces the launch of Sensé revitalizing shampoo and nourishing conditioner to the Philippine market. This landmark development marks the expansion of USANA’s roster of products in the country from health supplements to hair care offerings.
“We’ve always said that we’re dedicated to arm Filipinos with high quality products to aid them in living richer lives,” explains USANA Philippines General Manager Aurora “Duday” Gaston. “Sensé is a testament to our drive to ensure that this vision is realized in a holistic manner.”
USANA’s Sensé revitalizing shampoo and nourishing conditioner are developed by USANA’s roster of scientists to ensure that the dermatologically-tested hair products are safe and suitable for every type of hair – whether it is chemically damaged or burned by lights of heat last summer.
Sensé Revitalizing Shampoo’s role is loaded with Proflavanol-T, an antioxidant blend with whole grape extract, green tea extract and Vitamin E, to fight off free radicals and soothe environmental stress. This keeps one’s hair healthy and fresh while protecting one’s scalp from the sun and UV-ray exposure with its Proteo-C’s oxidative defense, a vitamin C complex.
Sensé Nourishing Conditioner, on the other hand, is also a strengthening hair balm. It works to moisturize one’s scalp, leaving the hair shiny and manageable. Equipped with Proflavanol-T and Proteo-C, it also minimizes the adverse effects of heat and chemicals on one’s hair.
USANA currently sells its award-winning products in 19 international markets and sponsors more than 700 elite and professional athletes worldwide.
Founded in 1992, USANA Health Sciences is a U.S.-based nutritional company that manufactures high-quality supplements, personal care and energy products in its FDA-registered facility in Salt Lake City. Learn more about USANA by visiting our website http://www.usana.com or the official USANA blog http://whatsupusana.com.
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