Lierac Paris expands in the U.S. at Northeast CVS locations
NEW YORK European anti-aging skin care line Lierac Paris continues its expansion in the United States in Healthy Skincare Centers at CVS locations throughout the Northeast.
“We are excited about the opportunity to bring Lierac Paris to more CVS/pharmacy customers at our Healthy Skincare Centers in the Northeast,” stated Cheryl Mahoney, vice president of merchandising/beauty care for CVS. “CVS/pharmacy strives to enhance the beauty shopping experience for our customers and offering a high quality, high performance brand like Lierac Paris at 528 locations nationwide is just one example of how we are achieving this.”
Lierac Paris laboratories specializes in skin care products to prevent and restore the skin’s physiological balance (anti-aging, dry skin, sensitive skin) as well as treatments designed for the correction of major aesthetic disorders such as stretch marks, hyper-pigmentation and cellulite.
Retail prices range between $23 and $65.
Unilever launches OMG! campaign for Degree Girl antiperspirant
CHICAGO Unilever is promoting its new Degree Girl antiperspirant and deodorant with an OMG! campaign and teen sensation Ashley Tisdale, who is known for her starring role in Disney Channel’s “High School Musical.”
Through May 26, fans can visit DegreeGirl.com to catch up on Tisdale’s news through a weekly video blog. They can also share their own OMG! moments via video or post their stories to the online blog form to enter Degree Girl’s Ultimate OMG! contest.
A winner will be announced each week after girls submit their OMG! videos. Seven girls, along with two guests plus a guardian, will win a trip to Los Angeles for their OMG! moment with Tisdale.
Degree Girl is available in four scents—Tropical Power, Crazy Violet, Fun Spirit and Sweet Revolution. It has an average retail price of $2.42 and is available as of the beginning of April.
Lornamead adds new shampoo/conditioner to Finesse portfolio
STAMFORD, Conn. Lornamead Inc., which is a subsidiary of The Lornamead Group, has added to the Finesse portfolio a new Revitalizing Shampoo/Conditioner for color treated hair.
According to the company, the new formulation address two hair care needs: hair strengthening and color protection.
“Repeated washing, drying, brushing and combing can further damage the follicle cuticles as well. As a result, consumers seek remedies to restore the overall condition and strength of their hair. They want products that protect and make hair more resilient, keeping it smooth, shiny and feeling healthy,” stated George Russell, chief executive officer of Lornamead Inc.
The new Finesse product features a specially formulated ingredient that helps provide several benefits, including better color retention, while helping to reduce fly-away and static, according to the company.