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December 11, 2014 11:00 ET

EO Products and Got A Girl Unveil Two Signature Essential Oil Perfumes -- Girl and Boy

The Essence of Collaboration Story

SAN RAFAEL, CA--(Marketwired - December 11, 2014) - EO Products, the leader of natural and organic personal care products, today announced a unique collaboration with Got A Girl -- the musical partnership between hip-hop producer, Dan the Automator, and actress and singer, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, who recently released the album I Love You But I Must Jump Off This Cliff Now. EO and Got A Girl collaborated to develop two signature fragrances for the Got A Girl brand. Girl and Boy, luxurious essential oil perfumes are launching this week in limited editions and are available to order online and at EO Exchange store locations, shipping in time for the holidays.

"This collaboration came about as a result of mutual respect and a shared passion for artistry and ethical choices," said Brad Black, co-founder of EO Products. "The perfumes, Boy and Girl, are the physical representation of the alchemy that occurs when like-minded people come together and create."

The partnership between EO and Got A Girl began earlier this year when Dan and Mary came by EO. Susan, Brad, Dan and Mary sat around the creative table in EO's headquarters. Susan brought out her private collection of essential oils, a box of tiny blue glass bottles with handwritten labels. Dan and Mary began opening bottles and smelling the essential oils. Sometimes the bottle was put aside immediately, but when they arrived on an oil they loved, the mixing began -- hinoki, jasmine, honey and ylang ylang were blended together, and the new scents were passed around. It was an easy, organic process between friends. As a result, two beautiful and enticing signature scents were born.

• Boy is a woodsy scent created by Dan with bottom notes of Hinoki and top notes of Yuzu. A suggestion of Black Pepper gives this fragrance a spicy finish. Dan's driving sensibilities are evident in this warm scent.

• Girl is a soft, floral scent created by Mary with bottom notes of Jasmine and top notes of Honey. A hint of lavender and cypress give this fragrance its woodsy finish. This fragrance captures the essence of Mary's sweet, sultry vocals.

"I am especially motivated by creating beautiful things, working creatively and collaborating with a like-minded team of people who share the same core values," added Susan Griffin-Black, cofounder of EO Products. "We've always believed that it is our work to create a company that embraces the greater good -- and when we get to collaborate with amazing people like Dan and Mary, it gives meaning to do what we do everyday."


• Boy is like walking in a forest at the edge of a meadow -- warm and woodsy with a hint of flowers at the edge, $69.00

• Girl is in the meadow, flowery and sunny -- but you can still smell the forest nearby, $69.00

Got A Girl fragrances are Limited Editions and available to order online at EO Products and Got A Girl, in addition to EO Exchange stores in Northern California.

The perfumes will ship in time the holidays and will be accompanied by a chic poster only available when purchasing Boy or Girl.

The collaboration of Brad and Susan created EO, and for twenty years they have been the leading experts on essential oils and personal care essentials. The collaboration of Dan the Automator and Mary Elizabeth Winstead brought you Got A Girl, and in two years they have released an album, developed an olive oil, bubble bath, a Pinot Noir and two signature scents together.

"Collaboration is key to creativity -- when like-minded people work together, synergy happens, and the sum becomes more than the total of its parts," said Dan the Automator and cofounder of Got A Girl. "This has been a brilliant experience and rewarding partnership."

"I never expected to be involved with creating a fragrance. Dan and I really enjoyed making these together," added Mary Elizabeth Winstead, cofounder of Got A Girl. "And the scents add one more unusual layer to our Got A Girl collaboration."

At EO Products, we put the same care into responsible business practices as we do into crafting natural and organic personal care products that people love. EO stands for Essential Oils, which is at the heart and soul of everything we do. All of our products are all natural, non-GMO, gluten-free, cruelty-free and we source organic ingredients whenever and wherever we can. We never use synthetic fragrances ever. We have two brands: EO® and Everyone by EO®. EO formulations are made with pure essential oils, are indulgent to the senses, and are naturally aromatherapeutic. Everyone by EO formulations are made with uplifting essential oil blends that offer effective, affordable everyday personal care for every body. As a Certified B Corp, EO Products is family owned and operated out of Marin County, California.

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Got A Girl
is the blossoming collaboration between Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Smashed; The Spectacular Now) and superproducer Dan "The Automator" Nakamura (Gorillaz; Deltron 3030) formed in 2012. A chance encounter during the filming of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World -- which starred Winstead and featured several songs by Nakamura -- led the pair to an unexpected meeting of minds and musical tastes. On a whim, Nakamura invited Winstead to join him in his studio. A few sessions later, the duo realized that something fabulous and unpredictable was happening. "It started out as just an interesting experiment," says Winstead.

The band's first studio album, I Love You But I Must Drive Off This Cliff Now was released in July 2014, distilling and decanting the spirits of John Keats and Charlotte Corday, Chopin and nouvelle chanson, Got A Girl serves up a sweet and sharply carbonated cocktail of the epic, the baroque, the absurd -- by turns sentimental and postmodern, and in total, utterly irresistible.

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