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CONAIRPROPET and BaBylissPRO PET Announce New Products for 2023

The brands see expansion on popular categories.




(PRESS RELEASE) STAMFORD, CT — CONAIRPROPET and BaBylissPRO PET, the premiere pet brands and subsidiary of Conair LLC, have announced their new products for 2023. In addition to the current range of brushes/combs, electric clippers/trimmers, and nail grinders, the brands see expansion on popular categories.


Expansion of the current sleek rose gold collection which showcases a selection of top grooming tools, including a professional cordless trimmer, micro trimmer, premium shears, basic comb, and palm-held bristle brush. New additions for 2023 include three styles of stainless-steel shears to elevate professional trimming techniques.


Novelty items will be introduced this year, including a partnership with sister division, Cuisinart. Expansion includes grooming value packs, offering combinations of the top tools for essential grooming functions, as well as entrance into the waste management and novelty electric categories, consisting of a waste bag dispenser with dual flashlight function and other exciting projects in development.


GoodBone Treatmaker- first foray into snack making. Make delicious homemade biscuits for your furry family member with the CONAIRPROPETTM GoodBone Treat Maker. Simply select a recipe from the included recipe booklet, mix up the batter, and pour onto the plates for quick home-baked treats.


BaBylissPRO PET and CONAIRPROPET are high-quality pet grooming lines that cater to professional groomers and pet parents. Fueled by Conair’s passion for innovation, they continue to explore the latest technology and highest standards in design. Conair LLC is an American company based in Stamford, Connecticut which sells popular electrical appliances, personal care products, and health and beauty products for both professionals and consumers. It was founded in 1959 and has since expanded to include a diverse assortment of divisions for a variety of consumers.



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