Bodycology rolls out body washes at Walgreens
DALLAS Advanced Beauty Systems is expanding its Bodycology brand portfolio with the launch of its new Bodycology Rich & Creamy body wash.
Beginning in March, bodycology is rolling out its newest collection of body washes nationwide at Walgreens.
The collection includes three formulas: Hydrating, nourishing and skin softening. The skin softening formula is infused with silk extracts and avocado oil, while aloe vera and vitamin E are used for the hydrating formula. Soy milk and shea butter are blended for nourishing.
The Rich & Creamy body washes retail for $4.99 each.
In other company news, the Dr. Teal’s brand is expanding with the March launch of the new Dr. Teal’s Peppermint foot soak.
The product combines the power of Dr. Teal’s popular epsom salt soaking solution with the soothing effects of peppermint for the ultimate relief of tired and achy feet. The epsom salt-based formula is infused with peppermint essential oil, menthol and baking soda to address and prevent foot odor.
Dr. Teal’s Peppermint foot soak is priced at $3.99 and is available at food, drug and mass-market retailers.
Burt’s Bees natural toothpaste hits store shelves
NEW YORK Natural personal care company Burt’s Bees has introduced a line of Burt’s Bees natural toothpaste.
The line now is on the shelves in major retailers including CVS, Walgreens, Target and Walmart. The toothpastes, which have a suggested retail price of $4.99 each, are available with or without fluoride and fall into three different platforms:
- Adult multicare formulas: Multiple benefits to naturally care for teeth and gums and a peppermint flavor
- Adult whitening formulas: Added whitening power to naturally brighten teeth in two weeks and a peppermint flavor
- Kids’ formula: Natural berry and orange flavors and colors.
The toothpastes are SLS-free and do not contain artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or sweeteners. According to the company, they are the first and only natural toothpaste line of products to be certified by the Natural Products Association.
King of Shaves revamps line for women
NEW YORK U.K. shave brand King of Shaves has redesigned and reintroduced its shaving line for women, taking a fun and flirty approach to the line that now flies under the Queen of… banner.
Hitting Target and Duane Reade stores during spring are the new Ta-da! shaving gel and Ooh la la! shaving gel products priced at $3.99 each.
Ta-da! shaving gel is a paraben-free formula that is infused with tea tree oil. Ooh la la! shaving gel is a paraben-free formula that is infused with aloe vera to soothe skin.
Currently available for men is the new King of Shaves Azor Advanced Shaving Gel and Azor System Razor. These two products are designed to work together for the ultimate close yet comfortable shave.
The shave gel is a black mentholated gel that has micro-magnetically enhanced particle technology to help the gel “stick” to the Azor razor’s blades throughout the shave reducing the chance of irritation or burn when shaving. The formula is free of sodium laureth sulfate and parabens and uses King of Shaves’ skin surface-enhancing technology and advanced lubrication system to help protect, moisturize and lubricate skin throughout the shave. The suggested retail price is $6.99.
Key features of the Azor System Razor include a flexible “reflex hinge” that allows the razor’s head to bend and flex with every contour and curve of the face, a soft rubber bumper that helps lift hairs to protect against nicks and cuts and prevent ingrown hairs, and four Endurium-coated blades that stay sharper for longer.
The suggested retail price starts at $8.99 (includes two extra blade cartridges). Replacement cartridges are $8.99 for four and $14.99 for eight.
The Azor System Razor and Advanced Shaving Gel are available at A&P, CVS.com, Drugstore.com, Duane Reade and Pathmark.