St. Ives gets fresh-faced for 2010
MELROSE PARK, Ill. St. Ives, a skin care brand from Alberto-Culver, is launching for 2010 new facial products infused with 100% natural green tea.
To help shoppers battle acne, there’s the new St. Ives Naturally Clear green tea cleanser and Naturally Clear green tea scrub.
The cleanser promises to help reduce redness caused by acne and is made with 2% salicylic acid to clear blemishes. The daily scrub is designed to prevent blemishes while exfoliating and removing dead skin cells. The scrub is made with 1% salicylic acid.
The suggested retail for each product is $5.69.
Also new under the St. Ives brand is the St. Ives intensive healing advanced body moisturizer. The restorative hydration complex promises to rescue even the driest skin. The formula contains cocoa, mango, shea butters and vegetable-derived glycerin. The bottle contains a minimum 20% post-consumer resin.
The suggested retail price is $4.99 for an 18-fl. oz. pump and 99 cents for a 2-fl. oz. tube.
IRI gears up for Reinventing CPG and Retail Summit 2010
SAN ANTONIO A leading provider of enterprise market information solutions and services is set to kick off a three-day conference for senior leaders in the global CPG, retail and healthcare industries.
Information Resources Inc.’s Reinventing CPG and Retail Summit 2010 will be held from Mar. 22 to 24 at J.W. Marriott in San Antonio. The conference is a broad-based, high-level forum designed to address and attack the major challenges facing retailers and manufacturers today via the application of cutting-edge content, technologies and best practices, IRI said.
This year’s conference, however, will present an additional feature: Innovation. Since its inception, the summit included discussion on insight and impact, ways for companies to expand. Summit 2010 is about innovating in a new economy, IRI said, which includes finding and taking advantage of opportunities during such hardships. Above all, the summit is about sharing best practices, trends and actionable insights designed to drive growth.
P&G’s Jemison to retire
CINCINNATI Procter & Gamble has announced that Steven Jemison, chief legal officer, will retire in September after more than 29 years of service.
Until his retirement on Sept. 30, Jemison will serve as officer on special assignment, reporting to Bob McDonald, chairman, president and CEO.
Succeeding Jemison on Feb. 1 is Deborah Majoras, who currently is SVP and general counsel, and has been elected chief legal officer and secretary.
“Steve Jemison has been an exceptional leader and attorney throughout his career at P&G,” McDonald stated. “He has distinguished himself in labor and employment law. He’s demonstrated remarkable capability by leading in Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa — an especially complex legal environment — and by helping to guide P&G’s Beauty business through a rapid decade of growth that included numerous acquisitions and divestitures. He worked with P&G’s board of directors as secretary during a period of significant external changes in governance and reporting. And he has led P&G’s Global Legal organization to leave an enduring legacy. His impact at P&G is significant, and he will be remembered.”