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Products containing SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS (JOJOBA) SEED OIL made by company: Paul Penders Company

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   Product Product Type(s) Score sorted in increasing order
1. OLD PRODUCT: Paul Penders Holy Basil Conditioning Scalp Toner (2010 formulation) Dandruff/scalp Treatment
Data: Limited
2. OLD PRODUCT: Paul Penders Leave-in Defrizzing Balm (2010 formulation) Styling Gel/lotion
Data: Limited
3. OLD PRODUCT: Paul Penders Natural Baby Shampoo (2010 formulation) Baby Shampoo
Data: Limited
4. OLD PRODUCT: Paul Penders Natural Baby Shower Gel (2010 formulation) Baby Soap
Data: Limited
5. OLD PRODUCT: Paul Penders Pegaga Scalp Cleansing Treatment (2010 formulation) Dandruff/scalp Treatment
Data: Limited
6. OLD PRODUCT: Paul Penders Time-Release Jasmine Shampoo (2010 formulation) Shampoo
Data: Limited
7. OLD PRODUCT: Paul Penders Intensive Hair Repair Therapy (2010 formulation) Conditioner
Data: Limited
8. OLD PRODUCT: Paul Penders Aloe & Lavender A.M. Moisturizer (2010 formulation) Facial Moisturizer/treatment
Data: Limited
9. OLD PRODUCT: Paul Penders Ceramide Recovery Lipo A, C & E (2010 formulation) Anti-aging, Facial Moisturizer/treatment
Data: Limited
10. OLD PRODUCT: Paul Penders Whitening AquaLuna (2010 formulation) Skin Fading/lightener
Data: Limited
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