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Celebrity Wives Grab Limelight With New Organic Goods

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Beyond the obvious perks, being the spouse of a celebrity can make one anxious to find their own pedestal to stand on. I’m completely playing assumptions here, but it seems to me that most couples in Hollywood have separate passions that fill their lives beyond the spotlight. Take for instance two women: Jo Wood, wife of the Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood and Manuela Testolini, ex-wife of legendary musician, Prince. Both ladies have started their own line of organic products and are rising fast in a market that embraces celebrity associations and sexy, fragrant choices. Remember Britney SpearsFantasy” perfume line? Neither does anyone else. From the article,

“Wood has produced a luxury skin-care line for the body from intoxicating exotic extracts that are purely organic. According to her Web site, many of the products are inspired by things she has picked up during her touring travels. Testolini’s garden-inspired soy-based candles are designed to be environmentally friendly and part of Altru’s proceeds go to charity. She is planning to add a skin-care line and bath products.”

You can visit Jo Wood’s Organic goods here or Manuela Testolini’s Altru here. Congrats to both ladies for finding their own successes the organic way.

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