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New Boots No7 anti-aging serums to hit retail shelves in November

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK — Seven years ago, Boots’ anti-aging serums ignited a cult following — the original No7 Protect and Perfect and Protect and Perfect Intense Serums. Now, Boots is unveiling two new No7 serum formulas that promise to hold even greater anti-aging benefits.

Enter No7 Protect and Perfect Advanced and No7 Protect and Perfect Intense Advanced Serums. According to Boots, these serums have been incredibly successful in the United Kingdom with one sold every eight seconds. In the United States, the serums are expected to make waves of their own when they hit shelves beginning in November. The products are available online now.

The new serums are powered by Matrixyl3000 Plus, a combination of the most powerful form of Matrixyl and a next generation peptide, working together for more youthful looking skin, the company stated.

In clinical studies, the new serums were put to the test — not against a placebo, but against the original No7 Protect and Perfect Serums. The results of this double-blind, controlled trial proved that the new No7 Protect and Perfect Advanced Serums were even more effective at reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles, the company stated.

In consumer studies, designed to show how well the products actually work, 80% of participants saw their best anti-aging results ever. More than 8-out-of-10 women in the user studies preferred the new No7 Protect and Perfect Advanced Serums to their current regimen.

No7 Protect and Perfect Advanced Serum ($22.99 for 30ml) and No7 Protect and Perfect Intense Advanced Serum ($29.99 for 30ml) from Boots will be available at Target stores nationwide, select Walgreens and Duane Reade locations and Ulta starting November. They are available online now at Target.com, Walgreens.com, Drugstore.com, Beauty.com, Ulta.com and us.Boots.com.

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Bartell Drugs, CareClinic to host ‘Fall Wellness Day’

BY Antoinette Alexander

SEATTLE — Regional player Bartell Drugs and CareClinic will host “Fall Wellness Day” on Nov. 15 at Bartell Drugs’ Crossroads store in Bellevue, Wash. Bartell pharmacists will provide health services free of charge.

Scheduled for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., “Fall Wellness Day” is presented by CareClinic, a walk-in health clinic launched by Group Health Cooperative and Bartell Drugs. In addition to the Crossroads location, CareClinics also are located at Bartell Drugs’ stores at University Village and Ballard.

Complimentary services will include blood pressure checks, A1C tests to monitor for glucose levels and education about vitamins at the Vitamin Clinic. Pharmacists also will be available to assist with a free “Medicine Cabinet Review” to evaluate a list of medicines and vitamins currently being taken to identify any potential issues.

Those attending the event also will receive coupons offering 50% discounts on selected vitamins, cough-cold products, first aid products or pain relief items. Seasonal flu shots also will be available.

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M&M’s brand to enter the baking aisle

BY Ryan Chavis

HACKETTSTOWN, N.J. — M&M's brand will offer consumers two new ways to add variety to their baked goods. M&M's Semi-Sweet Chocolate Baking Bits and M&M's Minis Milk Chocolate Baking Bits are meant specifically for the baking aisle and will arrive on store shelves in 10-oz. laydown bags with recipes on the back. 
 
Nearly one-quarter of all consumers buy chocolate candy for baking throughout the season, according to the brand. The baking products will be available April 2015 for a suggested retail price of $2.99 to $3.28 per 10-oz. bag. 
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