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Products that earned the Good Housekeeping Seal

Products that earned the Good Housekeeping Seal
News from WESH Orlando:

From vacuum cleaners to laundry detergent, pet food to skin care, choosing exactly what items to spend your hard earned dollars on can be difficult.

Products that have earned the trusted Good Housekeeping Seal will be labeled to save you time and money.

WPBF 25 news recently visited the Good Housekeeping Institute, in New York City, where thousands of products undergo evaluation in labs by teams of scientists and engineers.

Experts review a product’s effectiveness, its packaging and marketing claims and put it through a number of tests.

A product earns the official Good Housekeeping Seal if it earns at least a 65 on a 100-point scale.

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Here are some of the products that made the list this year:

-There are dozens of hair dyes to choose from, but L’Oreal Paris Hair Color Excellence earned the Seal and is backed by Good Housekeeping’s two-year limited warranty.

-Skin care is a daily ritual, so look for the Peter Thomas Roth Clinical Skin Care line available at Sephora. The oil-less oil is a light weight moisturizer that has the Seal stamped righ…………… continues on WESH Orlando

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