The Amazon.com Inc. online retail giant is offering more than 50 hair extensions for men, women and children as part of a broader campaign aimed at reducing the spread of the hair-related disease HANDS.
The company said the products have been made in China and will ship to India in July.
“These products are designed to enhance the hair and scalp, and are made to meet the needs of the client’s hair, skin and facial care needs.
The products are available in multiple styles and prices.
The cost for these products is around $9, which can be added to the price of your hair extensions,” Ebay India Head of Product Marketing and Sales Alok Bhattacharya said.
The company has also partnered with a cosmetics and home care company to distribute the products to customers.
“As part of the campaign, we have introduced our new Ebay Hair extensions and have also partnered a cosmetics brand with us to offer a special offer,” Bhattocharya said in a blog post.
“We have also launched the Ebay Ebay Shampoo and Conditioner Collection for men and women to help them reduce the spread and improve their hair.
The product can be used on face, neck, arms and legs and is available for men as well as women.”
The new hair extensions have been designed to be worn daily by men, while women will get them as daily maintenance, the company said.
“The new product is designed to give you a boost and boost your hair quality and look,” Baskadary said.
The new products were also launched in New York, Tokyo, London, Dubai, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Read more: Ebay India offers to pay up to $4,000 for a customer’s scalp hair article Ebay is a global online retail company that has been expanding its presence in the country.
Ebay India started in India with just four stores and now has 1,000 outlets across the country, with more than 500 in the United States.
Its India unit now has over 8,000 stores and more than $1.7 billion in sales since its founding in 2013.
Bhattachary said that the company is targeting people in India who are affected by the disease, who are looking for products that will help them stay healthy.
“Ebays Indian customers are very smart, they are very passionate and they know what they want and we are helping them with all the products available,” he said.
The company also said it is offering a $500 rebate to people who choose the Ebays Hair extensions or Ebay Facial Conditioner collections.
This is the second time the company has been offering the discounts.
In October last year, the government announced a $3,000 cash reward for anyone who can help eradicate HANES.
India has reported a total of 1,824 cases of HANESS since the start of 2016, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).