Hangover Joe launches Hangover Recovery Shot featuring WB’s ‘Hangover’ movie license
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Hangover Joe’s on Wednesday announced the launch of its Hangover Recovery Shot, an officially licensed product of Warner Bros.’ "The Hangover" movie.
The 2-oz. hangover shot features Hangover Joe’s patent-pending, proprietary Get Up and Go Blend — a blend of taurine, kudzu, green tea leaf and acai fruit extracts, along with goji berry concentrate, niacin and vitamins B6 and B12, among other ingredients. And the Hangover Recovery Shot contains only as much caffeine as a single cup of premium coffee, the company stated.
Hangover Joe’s currently is distributed through GNC and select 7-Eleven, F.Y.E., Smoker Friendly and Love’s locations, and through select beer distributors.
Sex expert Laura Berman endorses line of RH Labs intimacy health products
ATLANTA — Laura Berman, world-renowned sex and relationship expert, will be introducing a line of intimacy health products distributed through RH Labs, the company announced Wednesday.
“Dr. Berman’s line is unique in that it’s the first publicly endorsed line of personal massagers,” stated Joshua Maurice, president of RH Labs. “There’s nobody else in the world with her reputation or her expertise, so her support gives these products a huge competitive edge over other brands in the marketplace.”
The products are expected to hit shelves beginning in the third quarter of this year.
Della Ricca Hair Color introduces new at-home hair coloring alternative
HOUSTON — The at-home hair coloring market just got a little more competitive as Della Ricca Hair Color has announced that it now is offering clients an at-home hair coloring alternative to salon visits and store-bought hair color solutions.
Inspired to help people color their hair at home with confidence, Karen Anne Vinson, founder of Della Ricca Hair Color, is providing clients with an affordable professional-grade hair color that is custom blended to fit individual needs.
Della Ricca is providing clients a free consultation with a “color concierge,” in person or via Skype, to discuss hair color needs. These hair colorists then create a custom-blended color formula based on a wide range of criteria, including eye color, skin tone, hair texture, thickness and coloring history.
Within 10 days after a consultation, clients receive a custom color kit in the mail for $30, plus shipping, for the first order, and $25 for each additional application. Each color kit includes the customized color, a developer and personalized instructions written specifically for the client’s hair. Clients also have the option to receive automatic, ongoing deliveries to ensure color consistency.