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Nair adds Nourish Skin Renewal, gauges millennial women’s biggest problem areas

BY David Salazar

EWING, N.J. — As it launches its latest product, Church & Dwight’s Nair is highlighting consumer research that gauged women’s biggest problem areas when it comes to hair removal.

The company’s survey found that 72% of all women said their bikini line was the most problematic area in terms of unwanted body hair, followed by underarms and legs, which 58% and 52% of the respondents highlighted as problems, respectively. The survey also found that 1-in-2 millennial women said that unwanted body hair has made them feel self-conscious, less confident or insecure, more younger millennials said they feel less confident as a result of unwanted body hair than older ones (57% versus 48%).

When it comes to shaving, 56% said shaving is time-consuming and 44% said it irritates their skin, with 72% saying their hair grows back too quickly after shaving. In an effort to combat some of these problems, Nair is introducing its Nair Nourish Skin Renewal for legs and body, as well as for the face. The company said it contains natural grape seed oil and antioxidant-rich resveratrol.

In addition to the launch, Nair has partnered with ThisThatBeauty.com founder and beauty expert Felicia Walker Benson.

"I am so excited to be working with Nair as one of the things I emphasize about beauty is that everyone is different — and that applies to our problem areas and finding solutions for them. For me, the combination of being a mom with limited time, traveling extensively, and having super sensitive skin makes every area of mine feel like a problem area, and I'm excited to show my fans how Nair products care for your skin, cut down on time, and make hair removal easier than ever."

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Hamacher Resource Group earns ‘Top Workplace’ honors

BY Michael Johnsen

WAUKESHA, Wis. — Hamacher Resource Group has been named one of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's 2017 Top Workplaces, the company announced Wednesday.

“Creating a respectful, open, enjoyable and collaborative environment is a top priority," stated Dawn Vogelsang, president HRG. "I’m very proud of the culture at HRG. We keep associates informed of how the business is doing with monthly meetings and e-newsletters. We offer a wellness program to further the well-being of our associates, and provide many opportunities to have fun and give back to our community throughout the year.”

“We take pride in offering our associates career and family harmony, allowing them the flexibility needed to care and be there for their loved ones while providing a warm, fun and upbeat work environment that promotes recognition and respect," added Beth Maas, human resource manager. "We’re excited to celebrate this achievement with our entire company, and hosted an event this week to show them our appreciation and gratitude.”

The Top Workplaces are based solely on the results of an employee survey that was administered by WorkplaceDynamics, a research firm that specializes in organizational health and workplace improvement.

HRG, located in Waukesha, a suburb of Milwaukee, has been in business for 37 years and employs 50 associates, including eight owners.

 

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Dr. Sheffield’s toothpaste line gets exclusive CVS launch

BY David Salazar

NEW LONDON, Conn. — Sheffield Pharmaceuticals recently announced that its Dr. Sheffield’s Premium Natural Toothpaste line of fluoride-free tothpastes had launched at CVS Pharmacy exclusively.

The toothpaste, named for Sheffield Pharmaceuticals’ founder Dr. Washington Wentworth Sheffield, is made from natural recipes he invented in 1850. The toothpaste comes in four varieties, peppermint, wintergreen, sensitive care and extra whitening. The products are made without artificial foaming agents, synthetic detergents, colors, flavors sweeteners, GMOs or animal by-products, the company said.

“Dr. Sheffield’s Premium Natural Toothpaste was developed in response to the rise in consumers looking for premium, natural products for themselves and their families,” Sheffield Pharmaceuticals president and CEO Jeffrey Davis said. “Today’s consumers place high value on the quality, efficacy, and safety of health and personal care products, and they trust Sheffield, the originator of toothpaste, to deliver. Dr. Sheffield’s Premium Natural toothpaste proves that ‘natural’ is both great for health and great-tasting.”

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