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NeoStrata develops new Exuviance serum collection to address skin care concerns

BY Antoinette Alexander

PRINCETON, N.J. — NeoStrata, which markets and develops therapeutic and cosmetic dermatological products, is aiming to supercharge skin care with four new targeted serums available at Ulta and select online beauty retailers.

The Exuviance serum collection is comprised of four serums that address oxidative damage, diminished collagen, uneven skin tone and dull, photo damaged skin. The four serums, priced at $68 each for a 1-oz. bottle, include:

  • Exuviance Antioxidant Perfect 10 Serum for younger-looking skin;

  • Exuviance Collagen Triple Boost Serum for lifted, firmer-looking skin;

  • Exuviance OptiLight Essential 6 Serum to create a brighter, more balanced even-toned complexion; and

  • Exuviance Vespera Bionic Serum to restore youthful radiance.

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Dr. Fresh helps children get cleaner teeth with new pink Barbie rotary toothbrush

BY Antoinette Alexander

BUENA PARK, Calif. — Dr. Fresh has announced the introduction of its new pink Barbie rotary toothbrush, the newest cousin to the manufacturer’s popular FireFly light-up toothbrush.

The battery-powered toothbrush incorporates Dr. Fresh’s signature FireFly light-up timer — a colorful light that, when activated with the touch of a button, blinks for two minutes to keep children entertained and brushing for the appropriate length of time. In addition, its dual-action rotary vibrations are designed to remove more plaque than a manual toothbrush.


The brush also has several kid-friendly features including a right-sized head and handle, and soft, rounded bristles that won’t cut or irritate children’s gums.

The Barbie battery powered rotary toothbrush retails for $5.99 to $7.99 and is available at Walgreens and H-E-B.

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NYX Professional Makeup appoints new CEO

BY Antoinette Alexander

LOS ANGELES — NYX Professional Makeup has tapped industry veteran Scott Friedman as CEO. Friedman succeeds Toni Ko, who will transition to the role of founder and chief creative director.

NYX Professional Makeup is a makeup line available at major retailers across 40 countries, as well as more than 10,000 beauty supply stores in the United States and freestanding stores in Japan, Brazil and Switzerland.

“We’re very excited that Scott has joined NYX.  He is a seasoned CEO with a sterling reputation for improving operational efficiencies and managing growth.  We’re looking forward to his leadership and to accelerating our brand’s move to the next level of international exposure,” Ko said.

Prior to joining NYX, Friedman was CEO of Allegro, a manufacturer of travel and storage accessories, which sold to Conair in 2007. Under his watch, Allegro received the “Target Partner Award of Excellence” in both 2007 and 2009, as well as similar awards from other retailers.
 
“I couldn’t be more thrilled to join NYX. Toni Ko has done a tremendous job creating a quality product line at the right price-point, while establishing brilliant domestic and international brand recognition,” Friedman said. “I share the vision and core values of the company and can’t wait to add product placement at additional select retailers so the growing NYX fan base has more locations in which to find our products.”

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