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Murad tops ’08 skin-care sales charts at Sephora, Ulta

BY Antoinette Alexander

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. Murad Inc., which was founded in 1989 by Howard Murad M.D., has announced that it is once again the top-selling clinical skin-care brand at Sephora and Ulta for the third year running, based on 2008 sales data reported by these retailers.

“It is tremendously gratifying to learn that we have once again topped the skin-care sales charts at our retail partners Sephora and Ulta,” stated Richard Murad, COO. “We enjoyed great success at retail in 2008. Not only did we maintain our No. 1 position at Ulta, Sephora and Sephora inside J.C. Penny, we further extended the margin by which we lead our competition. With a record-breaking sales year overall in 2008, we look forward to further building upon that success and extending it into other venues in 2009.”

Sephora has more than 750 stores in 21 countries, while Ulta operates 211 stores within 26 U.S. states.

The Murad brand is known for its topical and internal skin-care lines. It offers 88 consumer products and 45 professional products throughout 45 countries.

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Clio Designs relaunches shavers in new styles

BY Antoinette Alexander

BOSTON Clio Designs has relaunched its palmperfect shavers in a new palette of styles for 2009.

The patented palmperfect shaver is comprised of the stainless steel blades, a 3-volt motor, soft rubber grip and a convenient lanyard. The shave also uses a triple-blade system designed to but both long and short hairs at the same time, shaving in any direction without any hair pulling. It operates on two ‘AAA’ alkaline batteries and is water-resistant.

The palmperfect shaver is typically available for less than $10 at most major retailers in the United States, including CVS, Walgreens and Target.

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J&J to rollout new facial cleansing products

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK Clean & Clear, a Johnson & Johnson Consumer Cos. brand, is rolling out for 2009 new facial cleansing products.

To remove eye makeup, there’s the new Soothing Eye Makeup Remover formulated to gently dissolve long-wear eye makeup and waterproof mascara without over-drying the eye area. The oil-free makeup is infused with a combination of cucumber extracts and aloe vera to soothe skin.

There’s also the new Clean & Clear Makeup Dissolving Facial Cleansing Wipes, which are ultra-soft, pre-moistened cloths that gently dissolve makeup for clean, makeup-free skin in one easy step.

For those beauty shoppers who prefer a foaming cleanser there’s the new Clean & Clear Makeup Dissolving Foaming Cleanser. This daily cleanser has a rich lathering foam that promises to gently lift away dirt, oil and even waterproof mascara without leaving behind an oily residue.

These new products will be available at retail beginning in March and have a retail price of $5.99 each.

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