Extracts Welcomes Newcomers in New York

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - Spa, salon and personal care retailers will find a number of newcomers - both first time and returning to market - at the winter 2011 edition of EXoTRACTS at the New York International Gift Fair. EXoTRACTS runs Jan. 30 - Feb. 3, 2011, at New York City's Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

Some 100 exhibitors in EXoTRACTS - one of 10 NYIGF divisions - showcase cosmetics, perfumes, skincare, bath & body care, beauty accessories, hair care, natural/organic products and well-being lines.

"In addition to growing demand for natural and organic products, consumers are showing increasing interest in handcrafted items," said Melissa Engongoro, EXoTRACTS sales manager. "This winter, buyers at EXoTRACTS will find a wide range of artisanal personal care products, which feature both heightened quality and detail."

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