Coppertone Solar Research Center gears up for summer with new sun care lines
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Coppertone Solar Research Center has announced the launch of two new product lines: Coppertone Sport Pro Series and Coppertone Wet ‘n Clear.
The new Coppertone Sport Pro Series sunscreens are designed to help protect sports enthusiasts from the damaging effects of the sun, while not compromising skin’s natural hydration. The new Coppertone Wet ‘n Clear line offers families sun protection that cuts through water without needing to towel dry, while also helping to keep skin moisturized.
These new products were created by the Coppertone Solar Research Center, which studies the impact of environmental conditions on sunscreen performance. In developing the new formulas, the center’s scientists advanced their real-world testing methods to better assess how water and other elements interact with sunscreen on the skin.
Designed for conditions that trigger sweating — such as heat, humidity and intense exercise — Coppertone Sport Pro Series sunscreens are lightweight but stay on strong. Available in SPF 15, 30 and 50+, these sunscreens offer broad-spectrum protection against UVA and UVB rays and are water resistant for 80 minutes. Tests showed that the breathable formulas do not cause breakouts on acne-prone skin.
Coppertone Wet ‘n Clear continuous spray sunscreens spray on clear and cut through water to adhere to skin, so no towel drying is needed between applications. The line is available in SPF 30 and 45+, and Kids SPF 45+, and provides broad-spectrum protection against UVA and UVB rays, as well as water resistance for 80 minutes.
In addition, the brand is unveiling new packaging throughout 2012 to help consumers easily recognize its products and choose the one that is right for them. Each Coppertone line will carry a unified color scheme and clearly will communicate the product SPF, level of water resistance and broad-spectrum benefits in compliance with the FDA’s new labeling requirements.
New RoC Multi Correxion Nourish Stress Repair line aims to reverse stress-related aging
NEW YORK — Skin care brand RoC is introducing a new product line called RoC Multi Correxion Nourish Stress Repair, which includes a night cream and eye cream.
The products are designed to reverse the look of stress-related aging through the use of Activrestore, an exclusive technology infused with an anti-aging peptide complex to help make skin more resilient and address the signs of aging that appear as a result of stress.
The new RoC Multi Correxion Nourish Stress Repair night cream has a suggested retail price of $24.99. It is designed to relax expression and worry lines, smooth deep-tension wrinkles, nourish dehydrated skin, rejuvenate the look of tired skin and restore youthful radiance.
The new RoC Multi Correxion Nourish Stress Repair eye cream also has a suggested retail price of $24.99. The eye cream was developed to relax crow’s feet and under eye wrinkles, nourish dehydrated skin, soothe the appearance of puffy eyes and brighten dark circles.
The new RoC Multi Correxion Nourish Stress Repair products are available at food, drug and mass beginning in March.
Goody develops new ThickFix line for styling thick hair
ATLANTA — Goody has announced the creation of its new ThickFix line of hair accessories for women with full, voluminous hair.
This line features a variety of clips in different colors and sizes to allow women with heavier hair to style and experiment easily with different hair trends. According to Goody, studies showed that 67% of women with thick hair use hair accessories daily and 80% of women wear claw clips at least two to three times per week.
The Goody ThickFix collection Includes the ThickFix compact claw clip, ThickFix octo claw clip and ThickFix large claw clip. The products — which are specifically sized for thick hair — feature extra thick, interior teeth for strong, durable design; a stronger hinge for secure hold; and a sleek contoured shape with hidden hinge.
The Goody ThickFix collection will be available at Walgreens and Target in March 2012. The suggested retail price ranges from $4.79 to $4.99.