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Kate Hudson's Green Shampoo Coming To Target, CVS

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Lawsuit aside, Kate Hudson has announced that her new green shampoo venture with stylist David Babaii will be coming to Traget, CVS, and Duane Reade stores any day now. For those outside the U.S., international distribution is also planned for early next year.

“We are thrilled to work with Target, CVS and Duane Reade since they provide consumers with an opportunity to buy professional grade products at cost effective prices,” commented Mr. Babaii. The partners also expressed the ease in which customers can purchase their hair care line through these retail outlets.

If you’re curious to know if a store near you has the “David Babaii for WildAid eco-friendly hair care line” in stock, simply throw your zip code into the official site. The cruelty free hair care line supports wildlife conservation by donating 10% of all profits to WildAid, the Global Wildlife Conservation Organization.

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