BEAUTY CARE

Mario Badescu Skin Care to be sold at CVS’ Beauty360

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK Mario Badescu Skin Care, a maker of skin care and acne treatment products, and an operator of a New York City beauty salon, has announced that its product line is now being carried in CVS’ Beauty360 stores.

The Mario Badescu product line will be sold at Beauty360 stores in Washington D.C.; Mission Viejo, Calif.; and in its newest Connecticut location.

Mario Badescu’s product line will be available for retail in several Beauty360 categories, including skin care, hair care and men’s grooming. Beauty consultants will also administer mini-facials with their products in the tradition of Mario Badescu’s European facials offered in their New York salon and spa.

Beauty360 aims to offer an upscale shopping experience with its ultra-modern decor, high-end beauty offerings and signature services like mini-manicures, express facials, hand massages and makeup application. The retailer is looking to open 30 Beauty 360 locations by the end of the year.

To see extensive photos of CVS’ newest Beauty360 store, click here.

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Scandle launches affiliate program for retailers

BY Antoinette Alexander

DALLAS Scandle, a maker of massage candles and spa products, has launched an affiliate that enables retailers to make money selling Scandle products utilizing their existing online traffic.

Under The Scandle Affiliate Program, members can sign up and obtain a unique URL for the affiliate program at http://abodycandle.com/affiliate.php. Once their URL is embedded on their site and a visitor clicks through to purchase products at Scandle’s Web site, Scandle will automatically track the sale and provide affiliate member with 10% commission on that sale. Commissions will be paid on a monthly basis. Members can track their account balances and statistics at any time through an online account management portal.

“We developed The Scandle Affiliate Program to help retailers weather the current economic climate,” stated Christine White-Stanton, owner and founder of Scandle. “Our affiliate program helps online retailers make money selling our amazing product line without having to invest in inventory or additional staff to deal with shipping or customer service issues.  Now retailers, both big and small, can share in Scandle revenues through referrals generated from their existing online traffic creating a win-win situation for us and the retailer.”

The candles are made from 100% vegan and natural ingredients, including soy butter, shea butter, jojoba, vitamin E and essential oils.

They burn at 2 degrees above body temperature to produce a soothing and healthy body oil that can be used to enhance the health of the skin, while simultaneously providing fragrance and ambience to any setting.

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Physicians Formula receives NASDAQ deficiency letter

BY Antoinette Alexander

AZUSA, Calif. Physicians Formula has received a NASDAQ deficiency letter regarding NASDAQ’s independent director requirement for continued listing.

As previously announced, Jeff Berry was appointed interim CFO, effective May 29. In conjunction with assuming that role, Berry resigned from the company’s board of directors and from all of the committees of the board on which he served because, as an executive officer of the company, he is no longer an independent director.

The beauty company has until Nov. 25 to regain compliance with NASDAQ’s independent director and audit committee requirements. The company stated that it is currently evaluating candidates and intends to fill the vacancy on the board and the audit committee before the deadline.

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