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‘OURS’ body and skin care brand to be sold exclusively at Rexall

BY Antoinette Alexander

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario — “Entertainment Tonight Canada” host, Cheryl Hickey, has launched her new family body and skin care line exclusively at Rexall stores.

The collection, called OURS, was developed and is made in Canada, is free of parabens, silicones, SLS/SLES, artificial fragrances and colors. OURS is made from natural ingredients to nurture and protect the skin of babies, children and adults.

“We are pleased to join with Cheryl Hickey to bring her new line of natural and healthy products to the communities we serve,” stated Frank Scorpiniti, CEO of Rexall.  “Our partnership with Cheryl is one more way Rexall is making it easy for consumer to make healthier choices for their families.” 

The full line includes 24 Hour Face Cream; 2-in-1 Conditioner; 3-in-1 Cleansing Oil; 3-in-1 Hydrating Oil; Anything Balm; Face & Body Exfoliator; Head to Toe Wash; and EveryBody Lotion.
 
 

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Pepsi announces new stevia-sweetened soda

BY Ryan Chavis

PURCHASE, N.Y. — PepsiCo announced earlier this week that it would be rolling out Pepsi True, which is sweetened with real sugar — as well as stevia leaf extract. It contains 30% less sugar than a regular Pepsi, with no high-fructose corn syrup or artificial sweeteners.

The new beverage was developed with the consumer in mind, the company said, and added that beverage choices are "driven by taste, sweeteners and calories." Pepsi True will be available via online retailers beginning mid-October.

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Biolife donates WoundSeal to help combat Ebola

BY Michael Johnsen

SARASOTA, Fla. — Biolife is helping to combat the Ebola issue with the donation of its WoundSeal product, which helps stop bleeding and seals wounds, to Africa, according to a report from ABC affiliate WWSB
 
“This product is going from Sarasota, really all over the world," Patti Norris, Biolife's director business development, told the news organization. "We've sent it to be used in Liberia at this point, but our plans are to really get it anywhere it's needed," she said. “Right now it's being used at Texas Health Presbytarian in Texas, where the first patient was diagnosed with Ebola on U.S. soil.”
 
The product ( a powder) stops the bleeding and seals the wound after pressure is applied by forming an instant scab. “That scab is particularly valuable in the case of Ebola or any other injury, because it stays in place until the wound heals," noted Andrew McFall, Biolife VP marketing. "So you're avoiding the use of bloody bandages and having to constantly maintain a bleeding wound.”
 
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