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The Vintage Cosmetic Company adds bath, body products to Ulta Beauty shelves

BY Gisselle Gaitan

The Vintage Cosmetic Company is bringing additional bathing and body products for extra pampering to Ulta Beauty’s shelves.

The first new innovation from the brand, the Comforting Gel Bead Face Mask, can be used either cool or warm to achieve rejuvenated skin. The mask also opens pores and soothes facial discomfort when used warm. When used cold, it closes pores and eases puffiness and swelling, and soothes sunburns, the company said.

The Cosy Comfort Kit, the company’s second new innovation, will be part of its gift set range and contains the Gel Bead Eye Mask and Gel Bead Comfort Pack. Both products included in the kit can be used either warm or cool, and help soothe such skin discomforts as swelling and puffiness.

“This year is an exciting year for us: We have welcomed the business partners who brought Benefit Cosmetics to the U.K. from America, Gail Bokarski and Ian Marshall are onboard as shareholders, and launched at JCPenney as part of the JCP Salon initiative and extended retail assortment,” Clare Tarry, The Vintage Cosmetic Company’s co-founder and commercial director, said. “Additionally, by the time August rolls around we will have launched a total of five new products into Ulta Beauty stores as well.”

The brand, which hails from Britain, is best known for creating cosmetic accessories that are inspired by the vintage styles of the 1950s.

Both new launches will hit Ulta Beauty locations and its e-commerce site in late July and early August.

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Philips intros latest additions to Sonicare ProtectiveClean brush range

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Philips Sonicare is introducing the three new additions to its ProtectiveClean Electric toothbrush line.

Each of the new brushes features pressure sensors that alerts users to when they are applying too much pressure, the company said.

In addition, the Sonicare ProtectiveClean line is designed to address consumer concerns over their current toothbrush and if it could be damaging both their teeth and gums in the process. The complete line includes:

  • The Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 4100 with Optimal Plaque Control, which contains a brush head that is designed to help remove plaque that retails for $69.99;
  • The Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 5100 with Optimal Gum Care, which features a brush head designed to help improve gum health that retails for $89.99; and
  • The Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 6100 with Diamond Clean, which has a brush head that is designed to help remove stains and can be purchased for the suggested retail price of $129.99.

“At Philips Sonicare, we believe there is always a way to make life better, and that includes offering new, innovative products in our portfolio,” Alexander Harris, senior marketing director of Philips Oral Healthcare, said. “We understand that consumers want to protect their teeth and gums, while also achieving an exceptional clean in between dental visits. With this new innovation, we are able to provide an effective, at-home solution that can also be easily used on the go.”

Each of the models is currently available for purchase in various colors on the company’s website, Amazon and major retailers across the nation.

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Sally Hansen brings the ’80s feel with Salon Neon Textual Feeling line

BY Gisselle Gaitan

Lovers of all things ’80s rejoice.

Sally Hansen is bringing back the era’s retro feel with its new Salon Neon Textual Feeling collection, which features appliques that are inspired by the ‘80’s nostalgic neon hues and the millennial trend of “textual felling.”

Each of the pre-cut customizable appliques is curated with a message that fits any mood, contains glow in the dark technology and is designed to go over any Sally Hansen nail color, the company said.

To apply, consumers need to apply two coats of any color of the brand’s polish and wait until it is fully dry. Afterward, the applique of choice and can be firmly pressed down onto the nail and sealed with a top coat.

When ready for a change, consumers can soak a cotton ball in polish remover and hold onto the nail for one minute for removal.

Sally Hansen’s Salon Neon Textual Feeling collection contains 22 appliques and is available at mass retailers nationwide for the suggested retail price of $7.99.

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