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Got Dairyface?

BY Antoinette Alexander

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Skin care is hot, but Dairyface is cool — so cool that it lives in the fridge. Dairyface is a new line of yogurt-based products that incorporate the nutritional benefits of milk to nourish skin cells. It remains fresh in the refrigerator through a clearly indicated expiration date and is full of prebiotics and probiotics for the skin. The Dairyface collection includes five facial refreshers that are designed to be applied like a topical mask treatment. Each package contains two single-serving treatments for the suggested retail price of $19.95.

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New formulas boost sales

BY Antoinette Alexander

Sales of acne-fighting products have been on the rise, which comes as little surprise as manufacturers continue to develop innovative formulas and consumers strive for flawless, blemish-free skin.


According to SymphonyIRI Group, sales of acne treatments increased 2.5% during the 12 weeks ended Oct. 2 at food, drug and mass (excluding Walmart).


Taking the No. 1 spot is Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash. Meanwhile, in July the brand added the new Power-Gel Cleanser to its lineup. The collection is equipped with MicroClear technology to speed delivery of salicylic acid into clogged pores.

 

The article above is part of the DSN Category Review Series. For the complete Skin Care Sell-Through Report, including extensive charts, data and more analysis, click here.

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ReportersNotebook — Beauty Care, 11/14/11

BY DSN STAFF

SUPPLIER NEWS — Unilever has agreed to acquire Russian beauty company Concern Kalina, which significantly will strengthen its foothold in skin care and hair care in Russia. Unilever initially is acquiring 82% of Concern Kalina for approximately €390 million (U.S. $537 million). The acquisition is subject to regulatory approvals and is expected to be completed by the end of 2011.


Reckitt Benckiser’s Clearasil skin care brand has launched a Facebook search for consumer brand ambassadors dubbed “Clearasil All Access Agents.” These “agents” will sample new product launches before they are on the shelf, attend exclusive events on behalf of the brand and share their experiences over the next year through weekly posts and updates on Clearasil digital platforms, including Facebook and YouTube. In addition, the brand is awarding $5,000.


Procter & Gamble has given its 132-year-old Ivory brand a makeover. The line of Ivory bar soaps, body washes and liquid hand soap will feature new packaging that includes a new color scheme and redesign that complements the current Ivory product offerings. In addition, P&G will unveil a new advertising campaign that will encompass television, print and online ads.


Coty has teamed up with modeling network Elite to develop and market a new line of fragrances. Slated to launch in January, the collection will include four fragrances that will embrace the alluring beauty and glamour associated with the world of modeling and fashion.

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