BEAUTY CARE

Curel’s Itch Defense aims to help dry winter skin

BY David Salazar

CINCINNATI — As winter starts to settle in, the potential for dry, itchy skin increases. Curél recently launched new Itch Defense products just for consumers for whom winter can cause itchy discomfort. 
 
The Curél Itch Defense Body Wash ($6.99) is a cleanser that hydrates with a blend of cleansing agents that are mild enough for use on seriously dry or eczema-prone skin. The body wash uses a soap-free formula that softens skin. 
 
Additionally, the company has rolled out its Itch Defense Soothing Moisturizing Spray ($8.99). The non-medicated spray is meant to instantly relieve dry, itchy skin. The spray contained such hydrators as allantoin and panthenol to relieve itchy skin, the company said. 
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TABS Group to share cosmetics consumer insights in webinar

BY DSN STAFF

SHELDON, Conn. — Analytics company TABS Group on Dec. 9 will host a webinar in which its CEO and founder Kurt Jetta will share insights on cosmetics consumers. The hour-long webinar will look at which companies consumers gravitate towards, where they buy their products, which products they buy and how much they spend. 
 
The webinar will go over data from the company’s second annual Cosmetics Study, examining the importance of department stores, specialty store and Internet sales, and how they compare with traditional mass, drug and grocery store sales. 
 
The webinar will take place at 2 p.m. EST on Dec. 9. To register, click here
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Pharmaprix opens Enhanced galerieBEAUTÉ in Montreal

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TORONTO — A day after Shoppers Drug Mart opened its sixth Enhanced beautyBOUTIQUE, the company has unveiled it seventh — an Enhanced galerieBEAUTÉ at a Pharmaprix in downtown Montreal. The new 4,000-sq -ft. space will feature new fixtures, digital signage and enhanced fragrance and skin care areas. 
 
“Our goal is to offer a unique and inspiring experience leveraging our customer insights in beauty while also integrating emerging customer trends,” Shoppers Drug Mart president Mike Motz said. “Shoppers Drug Mart has always pushed the envelope when it comes to the beauty category and as a result we have become the market leader in mass and prestige cosmetics, fragrances and skin care products and the beauty destination of choice for Canadian women.”
 
A gift box and the idea of unraveling a ribbon to unwrap a gift inspired the galerieBEAUTÉ design, the company said. 
 
“We are thrilled to continue to evolve and enhance our concept by modernizing the fixtures, adapt to changing shopping behaviors, incorporate new communication vehicles like digital signage and grow our brand assortment to include new prestige vendors," Shoppers Drug Mart VP category management Cathy Masson said. “We introduced this new concept all while holding true to our principles of knowledgeable and unbiased service in an enjoyable and convenient shopping experience.”
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