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Hollywood's Celebrity Moms-To-Be Get Acquainted With All-Natural Beaute de Maman Product Line
Date:2/18/2009

--Obstetrician Developed Health & Beauty Products for Pregnant Women Creates a Buzz in Hollywood--

WESTPORT, Conn., Feb. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- With Hollywood's baby boom in full-swing, Beaute de Maman, a unique line of all-natural health and beauty products designed exclusively for the pregnant woman by an obstetrician, has made it into the hands of such celebrity moms-to-be including actresses Penelope Ann Miller, Salli Richardson-Whitfield ("Eureka"), Chyler Leigh ("Grey's Anatomy") and Jennifer Blanc. Brooke Mueller Sheen, wife of actor Charlie Sheen, as well as Jane Hajduk, who is married to actor Tim Allen, and The Insider's celebrity correspondent Victoria Recano, can also be counted among expectant Hollywood moms who have been seen and heard referencing various products in the Beaute de Maman line.

"I am using it today," said Salli Richardson-Whitfield in regards to the Beaute de Maman Facial Scrub, a product that was recognized in the January 2009 issue of Pregnancy magazine as one of the "120 Best Products for Mom and Baby."

Brooke Mueller Sheen, who sounded excited about the Beaute de Maman Stretch Mark Cream, exclaimed, "This is so going on in the car in ten minutes!"

Developed by Michele Brown MD, a board-certified obstetrician, Beaute de Maman's products are safe and effective treatments for both mother and fetus. The ingredients in all of the products in the Beaute de Maman line have been carefully researched for safety on reproduction toxicity sites available to physicians.


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