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Spotlight on: Seasonal skin care

BY DSN STAFF

With summer wrapping up, it’s time to say goodbye to the beach and the heat and welcome the crisp autumn air and changing colors of the leaves.

That also means, for many, it’s time to refresh that beauty routine a bit, which could mean giving hair a little extra TLC, or removing dirt and grime from the face before applying a new layer of foundation. That’s why Drug Store News gathered together a few products that are sure to help refresh and refuel beauty routines for the fall weather ahead.

Urban Skin Rx’s Purifying 2-in-1 Pumpkin Pore Mask
Designed as a nourishing, self-warming, deep-cleansing mask and exfoliating scrub, the product combines minerals and enzymes to improve the appearance of pores, cleanse, hydrate and rejuvenate skin with the perfect for fall pumpkin ingredient. The mask is available at the suggested retail price of $16.99 at select Target stores and online.

Yes To’s Tea Tree Soothing Hair Clay Mask
The mask, which is meant to be used on dry, itchy scalps, is formulated to deep clean hair and scalp, and contains bentonite and kaolin clays to remove buildup and leave tresses feeling smooth, soft and healthy in just 5-to-10 minutes. It can be applied to wet or dry hair and rinsed or shampooed out. The hair clay mask is available at the suggested retail price of $3.99.

Eos’ Berry Blossom Body Lotion
Created to provide skin with a silky finish and healthy feel, the lotion provides 24 hours of moisturization, and is enriched with shea butter, avocado oil and vitamin E. Its nongreasy formula allows for easy application, and it can be found on the shelves of such retailers as Walgreens, CVS Pharmacy and Ulta Beauty at the retail price of $3.99 to $6.49 each.

Smith & Cult’s Blackdrop Charcoal Brightening Primer
Formulated to even and hydrate skin, this black-to-clear primer contains bamboo charcoal, black pearl and vitamin E to prep skin. It also features a patented breathable film technology that immediately tightens and firms skin. The primer is available exclusively at select Ulta Beauty stores and online for $32.

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BolognaFiere Cosmoprof announces change in leadership

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BolognaFiere Cosmoprof announced that Liza Rapay will take over as the head of North America marketing to run Cosmoprof Las Vegas, or CPNA, in a partnership with the Professional Beauty Association.

“I am delighted to appoint Liza Rapay to head up CPNA. She brings 13 years of prestige beauty experience and a true passion for the beauty industry. We look forward to collaborating with Ms. Rapay as we continue to grow our reputation as the leading B2B beauty trade show,” Gianpiero Calzolari, chairman of BolognaFiere SpA, said. “Ms. Rapay will directly report to Enrico Zannini, general manager of BolognaFiere Cosmoprof and director of Cosmoprof Worldwide.”

Rapay will succeed CPNA’s current marketing director, Daniela Ciocan.

“I am honored to be a part of this organization. I am excited at the opportunity to work with all beauty companies — from start-ups to established brands. This is an amazing platform to connect people in the industry,” Rapay said. “With the market always evolving, I believe that strong relationships will always be one of the constants necessary to succeed in this business.”

Before joining Cosmoprof, Rapay served as the North American marketing director at Clinique, which is part of Estee Lauder. During her tenure with the prestigious beauty brand, she also held the role of key account marketing director.

“The Professional Beauty Association is pleased to welcome Ms. Rapay as the new head of Marketing for Cosmoprof North America,” Steve Sleeper, executive director of the Professional Beauty Association, said. “With her extensive knowledge of the beauty industry and enthusiasm for building strong relationships, we’re confident Liza will be a great partner.”

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No7 unveils addition to targeted skin care solutions line

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No7 is finally unveiling the first product in its new No7 Laboratories lineup of targeted skin care solutions.

The new No7 Laboratories Line Correcting Booster Serum looks to reduce the appearance of wrinkles by up to five years in as little as 12 weeks, according to a clinical study the company conducted on 31 women.

“No7 Laboratories Line Correcting Booster Serum is the first innovation launched under the No7 Laboratories brand, a new type of skin care, benefiting from No7 deep expertise, that pushes the boundaries of efficacy to deliver results that rival professional grade treatments,” Hilary Hutcheson, U.S. senior marketing director at No7, said. “We’re thrilled to introduce this ground-breaking innovation in the United States. This new serum generated a 17,000-person waitlist when it launched in the U.K., and we anticipate similar excitement here in the United States.”

Containing the brand’s most concentrated age-defying solution, the product also features No7’s anti-wrinkle peptide technology and higher concentrations of matrixyl 3000 plus, which helps skin recover such components as elastic fibrillin, the company said.

No7 Laboratories Line Correcting Booster Serum retails for $41.99 and will be available exclusively on Walgreens’ website in October before hitting the retailer’s shelves on Nov. 4.

In addition, the serum will hit Target and Ulta Beauty shelves in 2019.

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