Unilever’s Dove, which claims to be one of the UK’s most trusted brands, is encouraging women to “celebrate colour” this summer as part of its “Little Colourful Dress” campaign for Dove Invisible Dry.
Available to order now, Dove Invisible Dry is aiming to boost women’s “colour confidence” this summer with the reassurance that no white marks will be left on their favourite colourful clothes after using the deodorant.
The range has an innovative formula that Unilever says is proven to protect against white marks on 100 colours and also includes Dove’s patented quarter moisturising cream formula to care for and soften consumers’ under-arms.
The first five names drawn win £50-worth of product each.
Jucee is celebrating its squash range moving to 100% no-added-sugar by offering retailers the opportunity to win the “even better tasting” no-added-sugar variants, which are packaged in a new-style bottle.
The new round bottle design is embossed with Jucee’s signature ‘splash’ design and logo and it is available in 1.5-litre £1.29 price-marked packs, which are unique to the convenience sector, said Graham Breed, convenience channel marketing director at brand owner Princes. Additionally, there are standard one-, two- and three-litre formats.
To synchronise with the introduction of the new squash bottle, Jucee is continuing the process of upgrading its recipes. After improving the Orange squash, Summer Fruits squash and Lime Cordial in January, two further recipes have been upgraded – Orange, Lemon & Pineapple squash and Blackcurrant squash.
This week, five winners will each receive five cases of Jucee 1.5-litre no-added-sugar squashes.
The first five names drawn win the prize outlined above.