BEAUTY CARE

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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Shoppers Drug Mart Beauty Galas to support cancer patients, research

BY David Salazar

TORONTO — On Nov. 7, Shoppers Drug Mart stores across Canada will be holidng their Holiday Beauty Galas in support of various charities through the company’s LOVE YOU program, which is aimed at improving women’s health. The events will include skin analysis and makeup applications along with drawings and raffles. Half of every $10 ticket is donated to the organization of the store’s choice. 
 
Participating stores in Alberta, Atlantic Region and Prairies will be hosting makeover events to support Beauty Gives back, the charity of Canada’s beauty industry, which offers such programs as Look Good Feel Better, in which people with cancer receive free two-hour cosmetic and hair alternatives workshops.
 
“Shoppers Drug Mart has played a significant role in helping us in our mission to foster greater awareness, support and understanding of the social and emotional needs of women living with cancer since 2011,” Beauty Gives Back executive director, Sherry Abbott. “We thank Shoppers Drug Mart for their continued dedication and contributions to the well-being of women in communities all across Canada.”
 
Meanwhile, in Ontario and British Columbia, participating Shoppers Drug Mart stores will raise money for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, which invests in research and education around breast cancer prevention and care. The organization plans to use the money raised at this year’s Beauty Galas to help enhance their program for helping women decide when to have a mammogram, which includes an interactive aid that CBCF is developing. 
 
“Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation is grateful to Shoppers Drug Mart Associate-owners, store teams, employees and customers for their passion and commitment to our vision of a future without breast cancer,”said Bernice Scholten, executive director for the BC region of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
 
“The Holiday Beauty Galas allow customers and employees the opportunity to donate directly to the organizations that make a difference to women's health,” Shoppers Drug Mart’s community investment director Lisa Gibbs said. “With the support of our Associate-owners, their store teams, our employees and customers, we can make a difference and improve the health of all Canadian women in body, mind and spirit.”
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