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Orly introduces Happy Go Lucky collection

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK — Nail care brand Orly has announced the launch of its Happy Go Lucky collection of fun, edgy lacquers.

The collection exudes uninhibited creativity that adds instant liveliness to any wardrobe. The lacquers in Happy Go Lucky include:

  • Flirty: pink shimmer;

  • Frisky: teal crème;

  • Fresh: green crème; and

  • Frolic: purple crème.

The Happy Go Lucky Collection will be available starting July for $7.50 each. Orly nail lacquers and treatment products are available at OrlyBeauty.com, Sally Beauty, Ulta and other purveyors of beauty throughout the United States, and in more than 100 countries worldwide.

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Thinksport Livestrong sunscreen hits retail

BY Antoinette Alexander

AUSTIN, Texas — In honor of Skin Cancer Awareness Month, Thinksport and Livestrong have announced that Thinksport Livestrong sunscreen now is available online and in stores just in time for summer.

Online retailers carrying the sunscreen include Drugstore.com, CVS.com, Thinksport.co, Amazon.com and REI.com. The sunscreen also is available at most Golfsmith and Whole Foods Market stores nationwide.

Consumers in Austin, Texas, can find Thinksport Livestrong sunscreen in-store at the following retailers: Austin Bikes, Austin Tri Cyclist, Bettysport, Bicycle Sport Shop, Hill Country Running, Jack and Adam’s Bikes, Mellow Johnny’s, People’s RX, RunTex, Whole Earth Provision and Whole Foods Market. The product retails for $15.99.

Thinksport Livestrong sunscreen is positioned as a premium, nontoxic sun care product, and is the only sunscreen on the market that also directly supports the fight against cancer with the purchase of each tube, according to the company. Thinksport teamed up with Livestrong, the brand of the Lance Armstrong Foundation, to develop the product.

According to the manufacturer, highlights of Thinksport Livestrong sunscreen include:

  • First sunscreen to pass Whole Foods’ Premium Care requirements;

  • Provides broad-spectrum UVA and UVB protection;

  • Highest-rated level of water resistance;

  • Mineral-based sunscreen with 20% zinc oxide;

  • No chemical UV absorbers, no PABA, no parabens, no BPA;

  • Does not contain biologically harmful chemicals;

  • A member of the Safe Cosmetics Campaign Compact; and

  • Formulation applies virtually clear and is not oily.

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LiveOakRx says:
May-17-2011 10:41 am

Live Oak Pharmacy in Austin, Texas is proud to announce that we carry ThinkSport's LiveStrong sunscreen. As Austin's Compounding Pharmacy, we understand the need to offer products that are customized to our customers needs. Stop in Live Oak Pharmacy today to talk to our pharmacist about LiveStrong 30 SPF or a variety of other products.

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Avado Organics inks U.S. distribution deal with Nutritional Products International

BY Antoinette Alexander

DELRAY BEACH, Fla. — Avado Organics, a maker of natural skin care products, has teamed up with Nutritional Products International, which provides brands with sales and distribution services, to distribute its product across the United States.

With the partnership, the Tasmania, Australia-based company will be expanding the distribution of its organic skin care products in the American marketplace. It currently sells its products via CVS.com, Target.com and Schnucks.

Avado offers organic oils for sensitive skin. The oil, which is found in all of the company’s products, is known for its healing antibacterial and antiwrinkle properties, the company stated. It also has been shown to help ease the effects of damage to skin caused by UV exposure.

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