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Junior Varsity Naturals launches sweepstakes with Sweepstakes Ninja
Date:12/24/2012

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) December 23, 2012

Consumers have the chance to win a set of children's deodorant products from Junior Varsity Naturals. Junior Varsity Naturals Children Deodorant are designed to be safe for children. Consumers may enter these sweepstakes through the online sweepstakes platform developed by Sweepstakes Ninja.

Junior Varsity Naturals was started and put together by two long time friends that had noticed a need for a kids deodorant. This partnership was founded for one reason, to provide healthy all natural product alternatives for people of all ages. The two founders researched and discovered that many deodorants contained parabens, glycols and aluminum, potentially harmful chemicals for the well being of an individual, especially a child. So with the help of scientists and laboratories, they designed the Junior Varsity Naturals product line of children's deodorants, the first all natural, safe, children's deodorant.

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