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Barrier, P&G to combine dandruff shampoo with dermatitis treatment

BY Drew Buono

PRINCETON, N.J. Barrier Therapeutics, a manufacturer of dermatology products has signed a deal to combine Procter & Gamble’s dandruff shampoo Head & Shoulders with its dermatitis treatment Xolegel, according to the Associated Press.

The new kit will be called Xolegel Duo and is expected to be available by prescription in June.

Under the terms of the agreement, Procter & Gamble will supply small bottles of the shampoo to Barrier who in turn, will be responsible for producing the kits and selling them. As a result, Barrier will receive all profits from sales of Xolegel Duo.

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Burt’s Bees gets energy-saving conveyor belt system

BY Antoinette Alexander

RALEIGH, N.C. Burt’s Bees, a maker of natural personal care products, has tapped Tompkins Associates to implement a new sensor-activated Motorized Drive Roller Conveyor to improve efficiency and save energy.

According to Tompkins, the company has increased efficiency and elevated its energy savings. Energy usage is expected to decrease by as much as 40 percent to 60 percent.

“The environment is a priority for Burt’s Bees, and as we continue to grow, we are ensuring that we remain true to our commitment to the greater good in all we do,” stated Tony Quartararo, executive vice president of supply chain at Burt’s Bees. “With our new, more efficient operations and equipment, we are able to reduce the amount of energy we use and reduce costs at the same time. It’s a win/win situation.”

The company leased a 144,000-square-foot distribution center in Morrisville, N.C., and implemented new material handling equipment. The Tompkins Warehouse Control System, which includes a system backup and event logging, was also installed for better new material handling equipment control.

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SoftSheen-Carson updates relaxer packaging

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK SoftSheen-Carson, a consumer products division of L’Oreal USA, has introduced updated packaging for its Precise No Lye Conditioning Relaxer.

The new packaging freshens Precise’s image with a sleek color scheme and layout and slimmer box, which saves on retailer’s shelf space. The package still has the signature periwinkle blue, purple and white. It offers the same number of applications across all SKUs: Two applications for twin packs and four applications in the economy pack.

The relaxer has the same formulation and the box clearly flags the “Same Patented Formula” and the number of applications included.

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