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BREEZE BRONZE products eliminate body odors
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Sep '08
FMJ USA Corporation (FMJ) is introducing the new and revolutionary BREEZE BRONZE product line for the first time in the US market.

The line includes T-shirts, socks, towels, and other items manufactured with the amazing BREEZE BRONZE odor-eliminating fibers.

BREEZE BRONZE products maintain the wonderful qualities of natural fibers they are biodegradable, absorbent, and safe while offering a revolutionary new process that breaks down and eliminates the sources of body odor.

BREEZE BRONZE products eliminate body odors such as underarm, foot, and aging-related odors in just minutes, far outpacing other products currently available in the US market. BREEZE BRONZE products allow you to live your life with confidence.

"BREEZE BRONZE products are already a phenomenon in Japan, where they were originally created," notes FMJ's president, Arnold Yoshida.

"BREEZE BRONZE is definitely one of the hottest products in recent years in Japan, where it has been featured in numerous major magazines, newspapers, and TV shows."

Mr. Yoshida continues, "BREEZE BRONZE is clearly stronger than any other similar product in the US market right now in terms of its odor-eliminating effectiveness and speed, and BREEZE BRONZE has also been subjected to a wide and thorough range of testing by third-party organizations, showing it to be completely safe."

FMJ USA Corp, originally established in 2006 in Hartsdale, New York, is a US health-related product distributor.

FMJ's underlying corporate principle is "to seek to make people's lives healthier and more comfortable through the use of innovative science in harmony with nature."

FMJ USA Corporation

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