New 31° Diamond Skincare Collection features microfine diamond powder
NEW YORK — Harnessing the power of the diamond is the new 31° Diamond Skincare Collection by Rene, a new cosmetics maker.
Each product within the collection contains microfine diamond powder that works to tame and heal common complexion problems, according to the company.
Get started on the pathway to better skin with the help of the 31° Diamond Detox Peeling Gel. Featuring the exfoliating and renewing properties of diamond powder, and the antioxidant rich and soothing qualities of berry extracts and flower essences, this peeling gel is designed to gently work to improve the texture of the skin for a glowing complexion.
The Sheer Coating Ampoule helps enhance the skin’s tone. It is enriched with diamond powder and ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, peptide, collagen, and vitamin B5 work to boost elasticity and hydration, lock in moisture, visibly fade spots and even out skin tone.
As for the name, the Rene 31° Diamond Skincare Collection alludes to the skin’s need for a constant temperature of 31° celsius or 87° fahrenheit, the company stated. One degree above and the skin starts to become stressed releasing oils and creating blemishes. Rene’s whole collection is dedicated to providing thermal protection by balancing the skin’s temperature for smooth and radiant looking skin.
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Murad expands Environmental Shield skin care line
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Murad has announced the launch of three new product additions to its Environmental Shield line: Instant Radiance Eye Cream, Advanced Active Radiance Serum and Essential-C Sun Balm Broad Spectrum SPF 35 | PA+++.
The Instant Radiance Eye Cream promises to minimize the appearance of dark circles by 30% in 15 minutes and by 48% with continued use. The Advanced Active Radiance Serum aims to improve brightness, clarity and radiance by 60% in less than one week. The Essential-C Sun Balm Broad Spectrum SPF 35 | PA+++ is a portable sun stick that provides hydration, sun spot prevention and SPF protection.
As part of Murad’s Environmental Shield line — designed for those who suffer from dark circles, age spots, sun spots and hyperpigmentation — each of these three new products feature a combination of ingredients that are meant to restore and renew environmental aging caused by sun damage, free radicals and other external stressors, while protecting it from future damage.
Instant Radiance Eye Cream is priced at $68. The Advanced Active Radiance Serum is priced at $89 and Essential-C Sun Balm Broad Spectrum SPF 35 | PA+++ is priced at $25.
Retired Colgate exec Norman Dale Loringer dies at age 69
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Former Colgate-Palmolive executive and industry veteran Norm Loringer died on April 28 surrounded by family at his home in Scottsdale, Ariz., according to an obituary that ran in the Arizona Republic. He was 69.
Norm spent 36 years with Colgate-Palmolive before retiring in 2004. His career with Colgate started in the HBC manufacturer’s sales division, where he was one of the company’s first key account managers.
During his years at Colgate, he advocated the concept of channel development and became Colgate’s first channel manager. In 1993, he took over Colgate’s trade development function as director of business development, a post he held until his retirement in 2004. Among his many achievements, Loringer is a past recipient of the GMDC Lifetime Achievement Award (2005), the Drug Store News REX Supplier Hall of Honors Award (2004), and the National Association of Chain Drug Stores Robert B. Begley Award (2001).
He graduated from Alameda High School in 1961 and went on to college at UC Berkeley, graduating from the University of San Francisco.
Norm was preceded in death by his brother, Jack Ervin Loringer. He is survived by his wife Marlene, son Jeffrey Nelson (Karen) of Scottsdale, daughter Brenda Loringer (John), of Sedona; four grandchildren, Alyssa Nelson, Jessica Duncan, Jake Duncan, Jeff Nelson; sister-in-law Sue Loringer of Palm Desert, CA, and sister-in-law Christine Ziegler (Bill) of Pasco, WA.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Arizona Humane Society, the Wounded Warrior Project, Hospice of the Valley , or charity of choice. A memorial service will be held at 3 pm Tuesday, May 7th at Desert Mission United Methodist Church, 7373 E. Dixileta Dr. Scottsdale, Ariz.
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