La Roche-Posay develops new Anthelios 50 Tinted Mineral
NEW YORK — La Roche-Posay has announced that, for the first time, it has combined a UVA/UVB 100% mineral sun filter with tint technology to provide protection for skin while meeting the desires of consumers who seek a sun-kissed glow.
La Roche-Posay has announced the availability of Anthelios 50 Tinted Mineral Ultra Light Sunscreen Fluid. This new “shaka shaka” sunscreen is 100% mineral nonchemical and offers UV protection down to the cellular level 2. The universal tint formulation provides blendable, sheer coverage for most skin tones that enhances skin’s natural glow for a more even and luminous complexion, the beauty company stated.
Anthelios 50 Tinted Mineral Ultra Light Sunscreen Fluid from La Roche-Posay has a suggested retail price of $32.95 and can be purchased at select physicians’ offices, select CVS/pharmacy, Ulta, Walgreens and Duane Reade locations as of April.
Acosta names former Kroger vet to board
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Acosta Sales and Marketing, a full-service sales and marketing agency in the consumer packaged goods industry, on Wednesday named former Kroger president and COO Don McGeorge to its board of directors.
“Don is one of the most well-respected leaders in the retail space, and it is our privilege to welcome him to our board ,” Acosta executive chairman Gary Chartrand said. “His deep industry experience and leadership provide a unique retail perspective and helps round out our board’s expertise. We are well-positioned to help steer the company and further the success of Acosta’s CPG clients and retail customers.”
A retail veteran with more than 30 years of experience, McGeorge, while at Kroger, was responsible for all of the company’s supermarket divisions, advertising, customer relationship marketing, manufacturing, merchandising and procurement, pharmacy and retail operations until his retirement in 2009.
McGeorge also currently serves on the boards of Turning Point Ministries, Viking Cold Solutions and Symphony IRI.
Dr. LeWinn by Kinerase earns four Good Housekeeping Seals
BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — Dr. LeWinn by Kinerase, the first line of skin care products sold in the mass market that offers exclusive clinical strength kinetin in anti-aging formulas, announced that four of its anti-aging treatments have earned the Good Housekeeping Seal from the Good Housekeeping Research Institute.
Perfecting skin tone serum XK, wrinkle repair daily lotion SPF 30, Lift and Resculpt anti-wrinkle eye cream and under eye recovery now will bear the seal.
After an evaluation by the scientists and experts at the Good Housekeeping Research Institute, the products were found to deliver on all claims appearing in their advertising, packaging and other informational materials. Only products that pass the evaluation can earn the seal.
The perfecting skin tone serum XK is a concentrated daily hyaluronic acid-based treatment that is designed to fade the look of dark spots and hyperpigmentation;
Lift and Resculpt anti-wrinkle eye cream promises to gradually contour, firm and lift the eye area for a more youthful appearance;
Under eye recovery is a treatment designed to brighten, firm and hydrate the eye area; and
Wrinkle repair daily lotion SPF 30 has been clinically proven to restore skin’s structure with SymRepair, a ceramide complex for softer skin.
These four products are part of the Dr. LeWinn by Kinerase portfolio that consists of 10 cleansers, moisturizers and daily treatments.
Dr. LeWinn by Kinerase products retail from $10 and $35 and will be available at select Walgreens and Walmart stores.