Dial unveils NutriSkin line
NEW YORK — Henkel’s Dial brand has launched for 2011 a collection of NutriSkin lotions with BioNutrients.
According to the manufacturer, Dial NutriSkin lotions go beyond moisture to provide a daily dose of nutrition for healthier-looking skin in seven days. The formula features an exclusive BioNutrient complex, which is a blend of vitamins, nutrients and minerals.
The collection, which launched this month, includes:
Dry Skin with aloe: vitamins C and E (antioxidants), amino acids (protein building blocks), omega-3 (balances moisture) and vitamin F (improves elasticity);
Extra Dry Skin with shea butter: omega-3; omega-6 (balances moisture); vitamin F (improves elasticity); vitamins A, C and E (antioxidants); and amino acids (protein building blocks);
Soothing with chamomile (for itchy, dry skin): beta-glucan (soothing property from oats); vitamins A, C and E (antioxidants); amino acids (protein building blocks); and zinc (synthesis of collagen);
SPF 15 for daily sun protection: zinc (synthesis of collagen), vitamins C and E (antioxidants), amino acids (protein building blocks) and vitamin D (topical sun nutrient). This formula will launch summer 2011; and
Men’s: magnesium (energizes skin); niacinamide (B3 – conditions skin); amino acids (protein building blocks); and vitamins A, C and E (antioxidant boost).
The new Dial NutriSkin lotions with BioNutrients are available in three sizes: 3 oz. for $2.49, 12 oz. for $4.99 and 21 oz. for $6.99.
Report: Kristen Bell named face of Neutrogena’s Naturals line
NEW YORK — Word has it that "Burlesque" star Kristen Bell has inked a deal with Neutrogena to be the new face of its Naturals line, according to published reports.
Johnson & Johnson, the maker of Neutrogena, has not disclosed any details, but Bell reportedly told People, "I strive to live a healthy lifestyle, and to be able to represent a line that I actually use and like to incorporate into my daily routine is ideal." The line is free of dyes, chemical sulfates, parabens and petrochemicals.
Neutrogena’s portfolio of ambassadors includes Jennifer Garner, Miranda Cosgrove, Vanessa Hudgens, Emma Roberts, Gabrielle Union and Hayden Panettiere.
John Frieda launches straightening spray for Frizz-Ease line
NEW YORK — Women in search of an alternative to pricey salon straightening treatments now have a new option at mass with John Frieda’s new Frizz-Ease 3-Day Straight semi-permanent styling spray.
The heat-activated, semi-permanent styling spray is ideal for women with coarse, unmanageable curls who struggle to achieve — and maintain — straight style.
The new 3-Day Straight spray not only fosters straight strands, but also helps women hold on to the straight style. When applied to damp hair, the weightless spray provides heat protection as it blocks out frizz and enhances straightening results, locking in sleek, glossy texture for up to three days or until your next shampoo, the company stated. John Frieda’s proprietary blend of polymers with keratin protein wraps each strand, sealing in straight style as it smoothes.
The product, sold at food, drug and mass retailers nationwide, is priced at $9.99.