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Olivella introduces olive-oil based face and body bar

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK Olivella is promoting its new Olivella Face and Body bar, which is made of 100 percent virgin olive oil and naturally contains glycerin.

Formulated using a patent-pending technology developed by Umbria Olii Spa of Italy, the product contains such antioxidants as polyphenols and vitamins A and E. The bars are available in both lightly-scented and fragrance-free formulations.

The company also offers its Olivella Moisturizing Oil, which contains naturally occurring fatty acids and vitamins A and E. The oil also contains squalene, which promises to help the skin layers retain their humidity and combat dryness.

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Carolyn New York unveils Latin nail polish line

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK Carolyn New York, a nail polish and hand care company created by“manicurist to the stars” Carolyn Cianciotto, is launching in December aLatin Line Collection.

The collection includes shades Poppy Chulo, a raspberry frost; FattyChuletta, a raspberry brick frost; and Spanish Harlem, a bronze. Thepolishes retail for $7 each.

Cianciotto, a native New Yorker whose polishes are inspired by her life inNew York City, creates polishes that are free of DBP, a potentially harmfulchemical additive.

Each bottle of Carolyn New York has a story. For example, the story behindFatty Chuletta is that fatty pork chops, black beans and plantains are oneof her favorite dishes. “She used to enjoy a big plate with her Boricuagirlfriends at many Spanish diners around town, gabbing about theirboyfriends, the latest fashions and dreaming about their futures,” thecompany explained.

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Unilever announces Klauberg to head up global media

BY Antoinette Alexander

LONDON Unilever, whose brands include Axe and Dove, has appointed Laura Klauberg as vice president of global media.

Klauberg, who currently serves as vice president of media Americas, will assume her new role on Sept. 30. She will report to Simon Rothon, senior vice president of marketing services.

Klauberg’s career in brand marketing within the Chesebrough Ponds and Unilever organization spans the last 26 years. Before her appointment as vice president of media Americas two years ago, she had been senior vice president of marketing for Unilever’s prestige personal care business, including the Calvin Klein brand.

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