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Houston dermatologist develops new shave gel for women

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK — Looking to jazz up the shave market, Milton Moore, a Houston-based dermatologist and founder of Moore Unique Skin Care, has expanded his product portfolio with the new Silky Hydroglide Shave Gel and Post Shave Rejuvenation for Women.

Moore’s latest venture is a product that promises to provide the following user benefits:

  • Lubricates, moisturizes and treats dry and irritated skin for the closest nick-free shave possible;

  • Dermatologist developed and designed specifically for women;

  • Can be used on legs, under arms and on bikini lines;

  • Offers 25 full leg shaves and, if used by a male, 100 beard shaves;

  • Prevents razor burn, rash and bumps for use on sensitive skin;

  • Patent-pending technology; and

  • Re-applied to the skin after shaving to regenerate healthy smooth skin.

 The suggested retail price is $8.99

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MikeAndreson says:
Apr-01-2013 10:51 am

This is really wonderful product. Many women get more hair as general women expected. This is really a bad time for such women who get hair on their face and hence face look horrible. This shave cream will definitely reduce the hair grow and pre and post shave solution will help to maintain the skin smoothness. buy herbal incense

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P&G highlights new Head & Shoulders with Old Spice in MLB campaign

BY Antoinette Alexander

CINCINNATI — Head & Shoulders — along with new “Mane Man,” Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim pitcher C.J. Wilson — is challenging guys to take a whiff of what a double dose of confidence smells like through the launch of new Head & Shoulders with Old Spice, the official shampoo of Major League Baseball.

Starting on opening day, for every “whiff” across MLB during the 2013 regular season, Head & Shoulders will make a $1 donation to the MLB Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities program. Fans can get involved by tweeting whiffs throughout the season via the #Whiff hashtag, along with their favorite team’s Twitter handle to rack up the donations for their teams’ local RBI leagues and also have the chance to win MLB prizes. The RBI program is the MLB youth initiative designed to give young people from urban and underserved communities the opportunity to play baseball and softball, encouraging academic success and achievement.

To coincide with opening day, Head & Shoulders will also be launching their latest ad campaign featuring Wilson and his Angels teammate Josh Hamilton.


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Tom’s of Maine launches new plant-based toothbrush

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KENNEBUNK, Maine — Tom’s of Maine, a maker of natural personal care products, has introduced its new Naturally Clean toothbrush.

With a plant-based handle made from renewable castor oil plants instead of petroleum, the Naturally Clean toothbrush also has dye-free, multi-height bristles to clean between teeth and along the gum line.

To celebrate the launch, Tom’s of Maine is inviting consumers to tweet their pledge to make a switch to @TomsofMaine using the hashtag #naturallyclean. The first 500 people to do so beginning March 28 through March 29 at 9 a.m. Eastern Standard Time are eligible for one free Tom’s of Maine Naturally Clean toothbrush.

Tom’s of Maine Naturally Clean toothbrush is BPA-free No. 7 plastic and is available with soft or medium bristles in green, blue or purple hues with mineral-based pigments. It is recyclable through the Tom’s of Maine TerraCycle collection Program, which gathers toothbrushes, as well as a wide array of personal care product packaging and recycles them into useful products like picnic tables and park benches to prevent waste from reaching landfills.

 

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