Dr. Miracle’s introduces new face care line
NEW YORK Ethnic beauty brand Dr. Miracle’s has announced the introduction of its new My Miracle Face Care to meet the skin care needs of African-American women.
The products are made with soy and shea butter to help heal blemishes, brittle skin and discoloration, while vitamin C, B3 and E are also active ingredients to reinvigorate the skin’s natural glow.
The collection includes oil-free tingling acne facial cleanser ($5.99), alcohol-free tingling facial toner ($5.99), day treatment facial moisturizer SPF 15 ($7.99), night treatment facial moisturizer ($7.99) and self cooling facial mask ($6.99).
The products are exclusively available at Walmart stores beginning in July.
Dr. Miracle’s rolls out Follicle Healer collection
NEW YORK Dr. Miracle’s is expanding its distinctive line of hair care products with the introduction of its new Follicle Healer collection.
The line is formulated to go beyond the scalp to penetrate the roots of all hair types without breaking the budget, the company said.
The collection includes:
- Dr. Miracle’s Follicle Healer pomade: Fortified with tea tree, almond, coconut, and safflower oil and shea butter, rebuilding and nourishing the follicle for optimum growth
- Dr. Miracle’s Follicle Healer creme: Fortified with shea butter, vitamins A, E, C & B3 plus tea tree and jojoba oil for deep follicle conditioning producing super soft hair and a healthy scalp
- Dr. Miracle’s Follicle Healer hydrating oil: Fortified with tea tree, jojoba, and castor oil. Also contains shea butter and soy protein to condition and strengthen the follicle, leaving hair healthy with super shine
- Dr. Miracle’s Follicle Healer deep conditioning treatment: Fortified with tea tree oil, aloe vera gel, soy protein and vitamins E, B3 and C which boosts follicle and scalp health leading to beautiful, soft, shiny hair.
The products range from $1.59 to $4.99 and can be found in beauty supply stores and retail nationwide this month.
Ranir acquires Synpart biz from HemCon Medical Technologies
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. Ranir, an oral care consumer products company, has acquired Synpart Limited and Synpart AG from HemCon Medical Technologies. Synpart is a manufacturer and marketer of store-brand oral care products in the European Union and a contract manufacturer for global branded oral care companies.
Along with Ranir, Synpart will become a division of Ranir Global Holdings. The acquisition of Synpart will allow Ranir to build a global oral care footprint, increase its product offerings, expand its expertise in oral care and enhance its supply chain partnership network.
“Teaming with Synpart will not only allow us to accelerate our growth through international expansion in important U.K. and European markets, but it will also expand our oral care product line and enable us to increase our commitment to innovation to exceed the expectations of our customer partners,” stated Christine Henisee, CEO of Ranir.
Helmut Schlieper joins the Ranir senior management team as president of Synpart, now a division of Ranir Global Holdings. Schlieper founded Synpart AG in 2004. Mike Levenstein, currently COO of Synpart Limited, will lead Synpart’s contract business and direct its Asian operations.
“We are thrilled to join Ranir and be part of a company that has such a strong commitment to innovation, efficiency and high-quality products. This acquisition brings added value to both companies and to our retail and contract manufacturing customers by significantly enhancing our innovation capabilities and supply chain efficiencies so we can continue to develop products that exceed [customer’s] expectations,” Schlieper added.
Current Ranir management, including Henisee and CFO Joe Townshend, will continue to lead Ranir Global Holdings.