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Re:nu System Mini Trios

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 2:15 PM
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Re:nu System Mini Trios
Re:nu System mini trios simplify buy-and-try.

Baby boomers are concerned with “aging” hair, but a solo-use, sample size doesn’t cut it. With Re:nu System Mini Trios, Joico addresses both issues.

Your Hottest Product Now: Re:nu System mini trios, in Fullness & Body and Softness & Manageability formulations.

Why It’s Flying off Shelves: Re:nu System mini trios offer clients a way to truly experience the problem-solving Re:nu system at an affordable price.

How to Retail it to Clients: Scientific research reveals that hair, like skin, degenerates with age, losing its ability to retain moisture. If your client has thinning, dull or fragile hair that’s less responsive to styling (leading indicators of “mature hair”) address these issues with Re:nu.

How to Boost the Ticket: Complement Re:nu’s mini trios with the full-line of anti-aging Re:nu styling products.

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