Kiss My Face develops new sun care products
NEW YORK — Kiss My Face is gearing up for summer with the recent launch of its newest sun care products that utilize natural mineral sun blocking agents, titanium dioxide and zinc oxide to provide full UVA and UVB protection while natural botanicals add to the skin saving benefits, the company stated.
The latest sun care products include:
- Sport Spray SPF 50 ($15.99): This ultra, sweat-resistant spray is designed for active people who want maximum protection from UVA and UVB rays;
- Sun Spray Lotion SPF 30 ($15.95): Combining natural mineral zinc oxide with other sunscreens, this product protects against UVA and UVB rays and is water resistant and fragrance free;
- Sun Spray Oil SPF 30 ($12.95): This oil-based sunscreen offers fragrance-free UVA and UVB protection that’s water resistant.
- Sun Screen SPF 18 with Oat Protein Complex ($11.95): The all-natural mineral sun block helps fight damaging free radicals and is water resistant and fragrance free;
- Sun Screen SPF 30 with Oat Protein Complex ($12.95): Oat protein protects and soothes skin, reducing irritation;
- Natural Mineral SPF 40 ($16.99): This all-natural mineral sun block blends in clear and contains titanium dioxide and zinc oxide, providing full protection against UVA and UVB rays.
- Face Factor SPF 30 and SPF 50 for Face and Neck ($12.95 and $13.95): Green tea extract, peptides and licorice extract help fight free radicals, stimulate collagen production and help reduce the signs of aging;
- Hot Spots SPF 30 ($8.95): Made with certified organic ingredients including beeswax, coconut oil and aloe, this sunscreen is ideal for those delicate facial areas that need extra protection from the sun such as ears, brow, lips, nose and cheeks;
- Kiss My Face Sport Lip Balm SPF 30 ($3.49): The lip balm is made with natural beeswax, coconut oil, vitamin E and shea butter to soothe, smooth and protect lips, offering UVA and UVB protection all day.
- Kids Natural Mineral Sunblock SPF 30 ($14.99): Natural mineral sunscreen for fun in the sun; gluten free and biodegradable;
- Kids Sun Stick SPF 30 ($10.99): This 100% natural mineral sun block works for children’s lips, nose, cheeks and ears and is available in blue, white and pink.
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Family Dollar names new SVP real estate
MATTHEWS, N.C. — Family Dollar Stores on Monday named Brad Rogers SVP real estate, replacing Keith Gehl, who will retire from the company at the end of June.
"For more than 53 years, our real estate strategy has been to open Family Dollar stores where our customers live and work," stated Howard Levine, Family Dollar chairman and CEO. "Brad’s real estate experience and leadership will ensure that we continue to bring value and convenience to hundreds of new neighborhoods and thousands of new customers each year," he said. "Throughout his 10-year career with Family Dollar, Keith Gehl has led our real estate efforts and had a significant impact on the strengthening and expansion of our real estate capabilities. … I sincerely appreciate the significant contributions he made during his career with Family Dollar, and wish him all the best in his retirement."
Rogers joined Family Dollar in 1998 as a real estate manager with responsibility for new store development in North and South Carolina. Between 2006 and 2011, Rogers assumed greater roles with increased responsibilities, and in 2011, he was named VP of real estate.
Rogers holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Millsaps College and earned a Juris Doctor from Emory University.
Keith Gehl has huge contributions to the real estate firm and he is one of the trusted personalities in the firm. I hope I can get a chance to talk to him and probably will invite him to a conference where Newport Beach realtors present. Hte purpose is to get a valuable hints and information in taking real estate jobs the righ way. I am sure he can provide such information to us.
Berkshire Hathaway, 3G Capital close $28 billion Heinz deal
PITTSBURGH – Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway and 3G have completed their acquisition of condiment maker H.J. Heinz Co., Heinz said.
Shareholders of Heinz will receive $72.50 per share in cash in the sale, whose total price is $28 billion. As a result of the deal, Heinz’s stock is no longer trading on the New York Stock Exchange, and 3G Capital partner Bernardo Hees has been appointed as CEO.
"I look forward to building upon Heinz’s incredible platform and delivering world-class products for all of our consumers around the world, while maintaining the company’s unwavering commitment to quality, safety and superior customer service," Hees said.
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