LA Fragrance Company Expands Customer Base

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Attractive Addiction takes initiatives in order to cater to both female and male customers.

Attractive Addiction, a Los Angeles-based fragrance company, has recently introduced a new website design( which will cater to both female and male customers. This is one of a few different initiatives the company is taking to expand their customer base and enhance their customer service.

In order to open their site to more male consumers, Attractive Addiction has changed their logo from the female gender symbol to two lower case “A’s” back to back. Furthermore, they have worked to develop a more gender-neutral color scheme throughout their site. Their logo includes one pink “A” as well as one blue “A” which, also, extends to their company name when written out in-full; “attractive” is written in pink and “addiction” is written in blue.

Of course, it takes more than a new logo and color scheme to draw customers. Attractive Addiction has the products to back it up. With dozens of designer brands, you’ll be more than capable of finding a fragrance that caters your addiction for an intoxicating aroma.

Attractive Addiction will now feature a “members’ page” on their site as well. By signing up for a membership, you receive 40% to 80% off all retail prices, exclusive offers, participation in new product launches, free fragrance samples, and other great deals on famous beauty brands.

The last phase of their expansion will include the development of natural skin products. In a world where toxins seem to infiltrate every product on the market, Attractive Addiction is working to provide healthy solutions for their customers. Customer service and safety is of upmost importance to Attractive Addiction. The new line of natural skin products is predicted to launch early next year.

For more information about Attractive Addiction please visit our site at or e-mail us at info(at)attractiveaddiction(dot)com.


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