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Canus Fresh Goat’s Milk Skin Care introduces facial wellness line

BY Antoinette Alexander

WATERBURY, Vt. — Canus Fresh Goat’s Milk Skin Care has announced the expansion of its new Nature by Canus facial wellness line with the development of a hydrating cleanser and a night renewal facial cream.

The all-natural moisturizing facial cleansing milk removes dirt and makeup with a natural formula that is designed to prevent free radicals from damaging the skin and creating wrinkles. Packed with certified organic ingredients like acai, jojoba and sweet almond oils, this hydrating cleanser promises to leave skin feeling clean and refreshed.

Meanwhile, the all-natural night renewal facial cream combines goat’s milk with shea, palm and muru-muru butters.

"This has been a long time coming — not just for us, but for everyone that’s been using our goat’s milk body lotions and soaps on their faces all these years," Canus Goat’s Milk Skin Care founder Andree Falardeau said. "Designed specifically for facial wellness, these new products were formulated to remove makeup, fight wrinkles, and balance the skin’s pH."

Nature by Canus is a dermatologist-tested, fragrance-free, all-natural facial line, free from parabens and other chemicals. All of its products contain goat’s milk.

The new cleansing milk has a suggested retail price of $19.99 for an 8-oz. container, and the night renewal facial cream has a suggested retail price of $21.99 for a 1.7-oz. container.

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Report: Ulta seeks to bring men to stores with in-store boutiques

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK — Men’s grooming continues to be an important focus for many retailers as evidenced by Ulta, which reportedly is rolling out men’s grooming boutiques inside the vast majority of its stores by early August, according to a Reuters report.

The 389-store retailer already sells men’s products but Ulta’s president and CEO Chuck Rubin told the Reuters Consumer and Retail Summit on Tuesday that carving out a specific space within its stores for those products and pulling them together is "appropriate" and should increases sales of those items, Reuters reported.

The rollout of the men’s boutiques, now under way, will be finished by early August, and will feature products from Procter & Gamble’s The Art of Shaving line, as well as other items, such as electronic razors, cologne and hair care.

"While I think the men’s grooming shop may increase the number of men who shop, the bulk of the products will still be bought by (a woman) for her significant other," Rubin was quoted as saying.

He said the men’s boutiques would be a clearly dedicated space near the front of the stores, which on average are 10,000 sq. ft.

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Bic Soleil kicks off Sunny Moments tour

BY Antoinette Alexander

SHELTON, Conn. — Bic Soleil and the Sunshine Squad are celebrating summer with Philadelphia and Jersey Shore residents through the "Sunny Moments" mobile tour.

The tour will stop in Philly on June 29 through July 1 and at the Jersey Shore on July 2 and 3.

The Sunshine Squad will give away complimentary gifts, Bic Soleil Bella razors, coupons and treats, such as ice water and popsicles, prepaid parking meters and flowers.

The Sunny Moments Tour will stop at the following Philadelphia locations:

  • Fairmount Park and Main Street in Manayunk on June 29;

  • Old City and Franklin Square on June 30;

  • Ritten Square and South Street July 1.

For those visiting the Jersey Shore, the Sunny Moments Tour will appear at:

  • Morey’s Pier and Wildwood Crest in Wildwood July 2;

  • Beach Avenue and the Washington Street Mall in Cape May on July 3.

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