Dyna Tabs introduces Aloe Vera Face Masks
NEW YORK Dyna Tabs has announced the launch of its new Aloe Vera Face Masks, which promise to rejuvenate the skin and diminish signs of aging, wrinkling, and UV ray damage.
Research has shown that there is a continued demand for anti-aging products within the baby boomer demographic. The desire to look young still permeates today’s youth-based culture and translates into a strong continued interest in products that address the prevention of aging, stated Dyna Tabs. In 2006, the 7.8 billion dollar skin care category posted sales gains of more than 3 percent.
What Aloe Vera Face Masks unique is that it comes with a bonus CD to give beauty shoppers the “spa effect” in their home.
The face masks come in an 8-pack with the bonus spa musical CD in a gift box or can be purchased individually.
Johnson, P&G legal officer, to retire in June
CINCINNATI Procter & Gamble has announced that James Johnson, chief legal officer, will retire on June 1.
Succeeding Johnson is Steven Jemison, currently deputy general counsel.
“Jim’s service and dedication to our business has been outstanding. He is broadly respected for the clarity of his advice and counsel, which has enabled the company to operate to the highest possible standards,” stated A.G. Lafley, P&G chairman and chief executive officer. “Steve is an exceptional lawyer and leader who will continue to provide high levels of counsel and service in his new role.”
In addition, John Goodwin, currently vice president of finance and accounting of global health and well being, has been named president of global snacks and pet care, effective immediately.
NXT introduces illuminating men’s skin care line
BOSTON NXT, which is part of the Clio group of brands and products, is rolling out in April a new men’s skin care line that is bound to light up the category.
The new formulas, which will officially launch as a shave-prep regimen in April, are packaged in sleek bottles that use patent-pending lighting technology to illuminate periodically on the retail shelf or in the consumers’ bathroom for up to one year.
The line will include a light face wash, light (low foam) shave gel, light post shave and light moisturizer. In June, the line will expand to include body wash, deodorant, antiperspirant and body spray, all of which will be “light” formulas. The formulas are made with non-irritating surfactants, lubricants and conditioners derived from organic compounds or natural extracts wherever possible. All of the products are paraben-free.
The retail price ranges between $4.99 and $5.99. A portion of the profits from the sale of NXT will be donated to various cancer research organizations including the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.