P&G board members Lee, Snyderman retire
CINCINNATI Procter & Gamble has announced the retirement of Charles Lee and Ralph Snyderman from its board of directors.
Lee has been a director since 1994 and Snyderman has been a director since 1995. They both recently celebrated their 70th birthday.
Current director, Patricia Woertz, has been designated chair of P&G’s audit committee while the chair of P&G’s innovation and technology committee will be taken by current director, Scott Cook.
“Chuck and Ralph have served P&G’s board with distinction for more than 15 years. Their insights, counsel and leadership have been invaluable,” stated Bob McDonald, P&G’s chairman of the board, president and CEO. “We will miss them both but wish them continued success.”
Say goodbye to stink with new Old Spice Odor Blocker body wash
CINCINNATI Procter & Gamble’s Old Spice brand has introduced new Odor Blocker body wash to detect, neutralize and protect guys from all kinds of body odors for 16 hours.
The Odor Blocker launch was kicked off with a series of new commercials, starring Terry Crews, which re-enforces the long-lasting power of the new body wash.
Odor Blocker combines a clean scent to keep guys smelling and feeling fresh throughout the day. The formula is designed with a proprietary, breakthrough technology to stop odor — before it starts — by targeting and neutralizing the source.
Old Spice Odor Blocker now is available with a suggested retail price of $3.99 for a 10-oz. bottle.
Maybelline brings color from runway to consumers with new beauty Studios
NEW YORK —Maybelline New York’s ColorStudio is bringing inspirational looks from the fashion runway to women nationwide through its traveling beauty destination.
“As the beauty sponsor of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York, we help create the looks that can define a season,” stated Serena Giovi, VP marketing for Maybelline New York. “Beauty and fashion go hand-in-hand and can be accessible to everyone. ColorStudio allows us to bring our backstage expertise and color authority to our customers and let them recreate these looks with our lineup of colorful and innovative products.”
The beauty tour kicked off Feb. 10 and will run through June 24, stopping at major events and Walgreens locations throughout the country. For more event information, visit Maybelline.com/ColorStudio.
Maybelline New York’s ColorStudio immerses beauty mavens in an engaging and educational experience that allows them to interact with Maybelline New York’s products, such as Color Sensational and the new Eye Studio Collection of eye shadows, eyeliners and mascaras. In addition, consumers receive backstage tips and tricks from top makeup artists.
Through one-on-one consultations with the color experts, consumers learn how to use Maybelline New York products and colors to accessorize their everyday looks. Every consumer walks away with a Backstage Beauty look book, featuring a personalized color consultation face map, as well as makeup tips, runway trends and coupons for discounts on Maybelline New York products.