Lily.B Skincare announces second launch in select Costco stores
PHOENIX — The Lily.B Skincare line has landed a second pilot launch in 20 Costco stores around the nation, the beauty company has announced.
In keeping with the Lily.B philosophy to “bring beauty to all the lives we touch,” Bishop is partnering with Toys for Tots and will donate $1 of every eye cream sold in Costco stores.
In addition, Lily.B was selected last week to be featured in the exclusive Country Music Awards’ talent lounge. Founder Liz Bishop will be in Nashville, Tenn., for the CMA Awards from Nov. 7 to 9.
Walgreens sponsors Latino Fashion Week in Chicago
CHICAGO — Walgreens on Monday announced it will be a presenting sponsor of the Fifth Annual Latino Fashion Week from Nov. 1 to Nov. 6 here.
The event, which has become one of the nation’s largest showcases for Latino designers and models, is expected to draw attendance of more than 10,000 fashion enthusiasts. The event will benefit Vive En Forma, a nonprofit organization dedicated to combating childhood obesity in Hispanic communities.
"Walgreens pharmacists and Take Care Health nurse practitioners serve as some of the most accessible resources for health information and support in predominately Latino communities coast to coast," stated Steve Pemberton, Walgreens divisional VP diversity and inclusion and chief diversity officer. "Community engagement is a part of the Walgreens DNA, and it’s one of the many reasons we are pleased to sponsor Latino Fashion Week here in our hometown. Through opportunities like this, we’re reaching beyond our corner drugstores to help people make healthier choices to live well and stay well."
Pemberton will be on hand to help kick off Latino Fashion Week during the Red Carpet Media reception Tuesday at 6 p.m. Five hundred VIP guests will receive a Walgreens-exclusive designer swag bag featuring works of art from renowned Chicago artist Andre Guichard.
This year’s event will include educational seminars and a three-day vendor exposition Nov. 3 to 5. The expo provides a venue for Walgreens health professionals to share advice on the prevention and management of the health conditions that disproportionately impact Hispanic communities. Walgreens pharmacists will offer consultations, flu shots and free blood pressure screenings during expo hours.
The expo also will include a display from Walgreens Community Corner, a program created to promote the drug store chain’s diverse suppliers. During the event, Walgreens Community Corner will spotlight some of its top Hispanic-owned vendor partners including:
Trend Beauty, distributor of luxury fragrances;
Kramer Labs, supplier of nail care products;
Maximus Coffee, supplier of Walgreens Nice brand coffee;
Efficient Labs, supplier of cold and flu products; and
Ferdel Promotions, distributor of personal care products.
Fischer taps TransMedia Group to introduce Ultrasol to U.S. market
BOCA RATON, Fla. — Fischer Pharmaceutical announced that it is looking to introduce its sunscreen product to the U.S. market.
The company announced Monday that it has tapped TransMedia Group to introduce Ultrasol to the United States. According to the company, Ultrasol is a popular sunscreen in Israel, and several U.S.-based retailers, including Walgreens, currently sell the line, which includes an extensive range of lotions and sprays for adults, athletes, kids and babies.
"Fischer is at the forefront of many sunscreen innovations, such as the introduction of the SPF system and incorporation of antioxidants and moisturizers in sunscreens," TransMedia Group CEO Tom Madden said. "Our publicity will underscore that Ultrasol was the first to incorporate the broad spectrum UVA and UVB natural filters in their preparations, now preparing to shield America’s sunbathers more reliably from the sun’s harmful UV rays using their science-based Superior Sun Technology formulations."