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BIC marks 40 years of razors

BY DSN STAFF

SHELTON, Conn. — BIC is celebrating 40 years since it first launched its BIC Classic razor in 1975, and the company is touting its latest releases as examples of how far its razor business — which has manufactured 60 billion razors since 1975 — has come. 
 
“Consumers purchase BIC razors because of the high-quality shaving experience that they provide," BIC Consumer Products USA’s marketing director for shavers, Mary-Ellen Lacasse, said. “Through continuous innovation, we are able to offer the highest quality blades that deliver consistent shaving performance, all at a fair price.”
 
This year, the company released its BIC Flex 5, a flexible five-blade razor and a handle intended to give users more shave control. Additionally, in 2014 the company launched BIC Soleil Glow, a three-blade razor intended for women with a Comfort Shield to evenly distribute pressure. BIC says Soleil Glow provides the closes shave in the Soleil line. 
 
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MyChelle launches new Clear Skin collection

BY David Salazar

BOULDER, Colo. — Skin care company MyChelle Dermaceuticals is taking on acne with the six new products in its Clear Skin line. The line uses MyChelle’s NatureClear Complex, which combines prebiotic yogurtene with a probiotic, dermasyr lilac stem cells and PhytoCellTec’s grape stem cell extract to refine pores and revitalize skin. 

The collection, which is available at Sprouts Farmers Market, Whole Foods Market, Ulta.com and MyChelle.com contains:
 
  • Clear Skin Cranberry Cleanser ($16, 4.2 fl. oz.) — An exfoliating cleanser to deep-clean pores, containing pomegranate enzyme and willow bark extract;
  • Clear Skin Cranberry Mud Mask ($25, 1.2 fl. oz.) — A mask made of kaolin and bentonite clays, as well as colloidal sulfur, meant to absord debris, dirt and oil while helping reduce inflammation;
  • Clear Skin Pore Refiner ($28, 1 fl. oz.) —A product that can be used as a makeup primer using active stem cells to refine pores, tighten skin and increase shine. 
  • Clear Skin Spot Treatment ($15, 0.5 fl. oz) — A blemish treatment to reduce breakouts and minimize irritation containing colloidal sulfur, plant-based salicylic acid and Canadian Willowherb;
  • Clear Skin Balancing Lotion ($25, 1 fl. oz.) — A hydrator for skin prone to blemishes with daisy flower extract; and
  • Serious Hyaluronic Moisturizing Gel ($38, 1 fl. oz.) — An oil-free gel with hyaluronic acid, copper mineral and proline that can improve the elasiticity of skin and rehydrate it. 

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Eucerin launches new in-shower moisturizer

BY David Salazar

WILTON, Conn.  — Skin care brand Eucerin this week announced that it had added a new product to its line of products. The new Eucerin In-Shower Moisturizer is aimed at those with dry, sensitive skin. 
 
“With all of the day's obligations, we know how busy life can get and it's often difficult to find time to take care of your skin,” Beiersdorf’s VP marketing Carole Rissmann said. “With the new fragrance-free Eucerin In-Shower Moisturizer, we're making it easier to achieve hydrated, healthy-looking skin, giving women, especially those with sensitive skin, the confidence to take on the day.”
 
The moisturizer uses a mild formula to soothe and moisturize dry skin and has vitamin B5. The suggested retail price is $12.59 for the 13.5-fl. oz. bottle. 
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