Crown Consumer Brands relaunches teeth cleansers
NEW YORK Crown Consumer Brands, which purchased the DentaBurst brand from Kimberly-Clark in late 2008, has announced a relaunch of the teeth cleansers.
DentaBurst offers consumers the convenience of on-the-go technology. With a swipe of a finger, the DentaBrust Freshening teeth cleaners are designed to remove odor-causing plaque from the surfaces of teeth, gums and tongues.
Upon acquiring the brand and all relevant patents from Kimberly-Clark, Crown Consumer Brands immediately began a re-design of the packaging, and worked to improve the product’s mint flavor.
The product currently is available at such retailers as Target, Rite Aid and CVS.com. Prices begin at 99 cents for a package containing three DentaBurst.
Crown Consumer Brands specializes in manufacturing and marketing niche, on-the-go products.
CoverGirl Queen Collection launches digital makeover application
NEW YORK Procter & Gamble’s CoverGirl Queen Collection, which was inspired by Queen Latifah, is partnering with Essence.com to bolster the site’s beauty offerings with a digital makeover application created for African-American women.
The tool, dubbed Makeover Magic, is designed to provide women of color with a virtual salon and makeup counter experience. Users can upload their photos, select from a diverse palette of cosmetics and “try on” relatable celebrity hair styles before clicking to purchase. Makeover Magic also provides users with the option to share, post or have their looks voted on within their social networks, via Facebook and Ning compatible widgets.
To further engage users, Essence and CoverGirl launched an online model search, which ends June 18, empowering women to celebrate their unique beauty characteristics and win the opportunity to be the face of Makeover Magic as a featured default model image within the tool.
European green beauty brand announces Kohnstamm Communications as its U.S. public relations agency
ST. PAUL, Minn. The North American distributors of European green beauty brand, Lavera Naturkosmetik of Germany, has named Twin Cities-based Kohnstamm Communications as its U.S. public relations agency as it works to boost its U.S. presence.
Lavera holds a 27% market share in Europe and is launching its first mainstream consumer retail initiative in the United States through Target stores and CVS locations this summer.
Kohnstamm’s public relations program will coincide with the brand’s “Lavera is Truth” national advertising campaign to promote its all-natural and organic products.