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Kate Hudson To Call Home Shopping Network, Dish On New Eco-Products

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Actress Kate Hudson is perhaps one the last people you would ever expect to be pitching goods on the Home Shopping Network. However, her and business partner/celeb stylist David Babaii think it’s one of the best ways to get the word out on their new line of eco-friendly hair care products.

On July 3rd and 4th, Hudson and Babaii will officially launch the line on the network, as well as taking phone calls to talk about “the products, how to preserve the environment and wildlife, and offer haircare and styling tips.” Kate won’t actually be in the studio — but she will be on the phone with David and answering questions from callers.

Here’s the product tag:

“Great for you hair. Great for the planet. With an exclusive blend of exotic ingredients free of sulfates, parabens, and animal testing, David Babaii for WildAid offers a radical innovation in style. And by donating 10% of profits to WildAid, the global wildlife organization, we’re helping you save endangered animals. While looking fabulous doing it.”

For the official website — as well as pricing — jump here.

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