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P&G Gives Europe Solid Bars Of Favorite Shampoos In Recyclable Packaging

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The sustainable, practical, functionally equivalent bars are fully available across P&G’s European hair care portfolio, including Pantene, Herbal Essences, Aussie, and Head & Shoulders, the last offering antidandruff benefits. P&G highlighted its sustainability progress in conjunction with the launch on World Oceans Day.

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