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Popsicle is an American iced dessert brand that dates back to 1923. Today there are more than 30 variations of the original Popsicle product. The Popsicle is available in Canada and the Caribbean as well as the US.
Created in 1923 by Leo Gerstenzang, Q-Tips cotton swabs started as a product to help families care for babies. Now Q-Tips are used for everything from applying ointments and creams to arts and crafts and cleaning hard-to-reach places around the house. The Q-Tips brand is the market leader in the US and are also available in Canada.
Simple is a skincare product targeted at people with sensitive skin. The fragrance-free and colour-free soap was launched in 1960 and was recommended at once by doctors for people with sensitive skin. Since then Simple has become an expert in skincare, using pure and natural ingredients. Simple products are available in the UK & Ireland, the US and in Australia.
St.Ives is a skin-care brand whose range includes facial scrubs and moisturising body lotion. The brand takes its ingredients from nature, such as apricot and oatmeal; its Gentle Apricot Scrub, for example, uses the anti-oxidant power of apricot extracts. It is the best-selling scrub in the US and is popular in many countries around the world.
Suave is a personal care brand available in the US, Canada and South America. Its range includes shampoos, body lotions and skin moisturisers, with products for men, women and children.
BY HAIRDRESSERS FOR HAIRDRESSERS. Developed by the TIGI® Creative Team for Hairdressers and their Clients. TIGI is a hair care brand that is strongly influenced by fashion. TIGI has a number of brands including Bed Head, Bed Head For Men, and Catwalk, each with a particular style aesthetic.
PG Tips is England’s No. 1 Tea, not least because of our ingenious pyramid bags, which act like a mini teapot, giving the leaves plenty of room to infuse. In 1930, PG Tips was launched in the UK as a loose leaf tea in soft packs. It was originally called ‘Pre-Gest-Tee’ but was soon abbreviated by grocers and van salesmen to PG. The company adopted this as the official name and added ‘tips’ to highlight that PG Tips takes only the top two leaves and a bud to make its tea.