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17 May 2018

PRESS RELEASE: Kurland relaunches Goat Butter line with three new products

Supplier: Kurland
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PRESS RELEASE: Kurland relaunches Goat Butter line with three new products

Kurland's 10-piece Goat Butter collection includes Q10 Day and Night creams, face lotion, body lotion and hand cream

Making the extraordinarily good even better – that was the aim for the relaunch of the well-known Goat Butter care line from Kurland, a Haslauer GmbH brand. The company, a supplier of innovative spa systems, is also known for its unique range of natural care products.

One of the most successful care lines from Kurland, the Goat Butter range, now has a modern new look and has been reformulated, gaining three new products in the process.

In line with the motto of 'everything unnecessary out', the ingredients in the best-seller are now even more natural. The ten products in the range have a fresh, natural and subtle fragrance and are suitable for all skin types, even sensitive and problem skin types.

For decades, Kurland has relied on precious goat butter. Optimal combination and processing – taking both tried and tested traditions and current research in professional skincare into account – has produced this unique care line from Kurland, which is now available on the market with an even better recipe.

Goat butter is a real all-rounder when it comes to skincare. The high concentration of vitamins, minerals and trace elements make it a real treat for skin that requires that little bit extra. Jojoba oil, aloe vera and panthenol provide the skin with intensive extra nourishment. Goat butter melts at body temperature and is therefore easily absorbed by the skin. It activates regeneration and bolsters skin protection. Thanks to the high antihistamine content, Goat Butter products from Kurland are also well tolerated by people with allergies. All products in the range are free from parabens, paraffin oils and PEGs.

But anyone who thinks that goat butter smells of goat is very much wrong. The fragrance of the Goat Butter products from Kurland has always been pleasantly fresh. From now on, the products will have an even more natural fragrance.

The new floral design for the goat butter range from Kurland is aimed both at the Austrian and German markets and at the international market, on which the company is also successfully established. The new look gives the care line a modern, fresh and distinctive appearance and underlines the naturalness of the ingredients.

The Goat Butter range includes the following products: Q10 Day and Night Cream, cream for the face and body, body lotion, hand cream, aloe vera gel, massage lotion, milk bath, foot cream (new), cool energising balm (new) and hot energising balm (new).

“At Kurland, we rely on natural products produced locally – precious and top quality. Thus, our new goat butter range also has only the highest quality ingredients which can also be used without hesitation by people with skin problems. We are proud and happy to be able to bring our goat butter care line to the market with a new design and even more natural ingredients,” said Esa Ranta, managing director and owner of Haslauer GmbH.

The milk used in Kurland's Goat Butter products comes from free-range goats reared on fresh, lush alpine meadows.



Supplier: Kurland
Mitterfelden/Ainring Germany
With spa & wellness facilities and equipment, the Kurland high quality natural product range and excellent training and consultation, Haslauer provides everything needed in the spa & wellness industry.

Web: www.haslauer.info
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