Baby Dove, the company’s first new U.S. category since
Dove Men+Care in 2010, has been launched with Rich
Moisture and Sensitive Moisture ranges. Rich Moisture is
hypoallergenic, with pH-neutral, tear-free cleansers and
a fragrance specifically developed for delicate baby skin.
Sensitive Moisture is fragrance-free for sensitive skin and
is hypoallergenic, with pH-neutral, tear-free cleansers. The
products include body wash, baby lotions, Sensitive Moisture
Hand and Face Wipes, and Rich Moisture Shampoo.
DuPont Surlyn ionomer resins can
reportedly achieve a one-step frosted
effect for cosmetic caps, bottles and
jars. According to the company, the
effect is achieved directly from the
mold and can enable fine details,
tactile quality and consistency. Surlyn
has the ability to copy fine, intricate
details of a mold to achieve a high
gloss design with an entirely, or
partially, frosted appearance.
The Live Clean Fresh Water, Argan
Oil and Coconut Milk collections use
naturally based ingredients that are
biodegradable and recyclable. All
products are certified organic and vegan.
The collections include Liquid Hand Soap
($4, 29) and Hydrating Body Wash ($5.99)
and include ingredients such as vitamin
E, rosemary, chamomile, panthenol,
hyaluronate, argan oil, grape seed oil,
olive oil and coconut milk.
Tenzing’s Face Moisturizer ($20)
comes in sandalwood and sage mint,
soothing and nourishing the skin with
antioxidant protection. The Pre-Shave
Oil ($22) conditions and stimulates skin
repair to allow for an easier and more
comfortable shave. The Shave Cream
($24) strengthens and hydrates the skin to
prevent razor burn and protect against the
harsh effects of shaving. Key ingredients
include aloe, coconut oil, glycerin,
lavender oil and grape seed oil extract.
Van Der Hagen’s Natural and Organic Shave
Oil ($7.99) minimizes razor burn by lubricating
the beard and skin for a closer shave. The shave
oil provides a protective barrier that prevents dry
skin by using natural and organic ingredients.
Design firm Design Happy worked with Hawkins & Brimble
to design its British male grooming brand. The range evokes
classic barber aesthetics, with a design update. Richard Bray,
design partner at Design Happy, noted, “The approach was
to appeal to a more premium market with a focus on modern
effortless grooming, using inspiration from simpler days to
formulate the basis for the naming, ingredients and brand.”
Hawkins & Brimble is distributed via 15 online outlets and will
be appearing in European Etos stores.