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Twofer Tuesday: On Focus & Fantastic Aliveness

Twofer Tuesday: On Focus & Fantastic Aliveness

by acr @ Box of Crayons

Too often, we forget to appreciate the beauty in the everyday and to have compassion for ourselves. We focus on productivity at all costs and try to push through the grind, overlooking the fact that we are all individuals, with

Vogel’s What do you bring

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

Goodman Fielder in New Zealand is running “What Do You Bring?”, a new brand platform for the iconic Vogel’s bread, celebrating the uniqueness of Kiwis, and of the bread they love. The idea centres around the true life stories of eight Kiwis that all bring something special to the table. None of them had met […]

How to Love Your Job a Little Bit More

How to Love Your Job a Little Bit More

by acr @ Box of Crayons

I know there are times when you’re showing up at your job and you’re not as excited as you might be. You’ve kind of lost the zest and the juice of the work you’re doing. If that rings true for you,

How Cat Videos Are Killing Your Credibility

How Cat Videos Are Killing Your Credibility

by Rohit @ Influential Marketing Blog

Real experts don’t talk about cat videos. There is a strangely troubling trend I have come across recently that seems to be once again afflicting presentations at business events around the world. It comes down to the ubiquitous cat video – and its closely related cousin, the animated cat GIF.  Don’t get me wrong. I

“Without the internet, I wouldn’t be the woman that I am today”

by aufeminin @ Womenology

A meeting with Capucine, the creator of the blog Babillages How did you think of the idea to create Babillages? I was 19 and a student in communication and journalism. I started my first internship in women’s press, mainly in …

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Mirror Mirror on the Wall

by truth @ My Body My Image

Mirrors are tricky things. When you look into them they don’t always show you what you want to see, like when the Witch in Snow White asked that fateful question “Who’s the fairest of them all?” she got her feelings hurt. In real life these inanimate reflective surfaces hold so much power, and sway that … Continue reading Mirror Mirror on the Wall

Roberto Cavalli

by Magda Adamska @ BrandStruck

Category: Apparel – luxury apparel; FMCG Personal care & beauty – fragrances; Retail – fashion stores, e-retail Owner of the brand: Clessidra SGR S.p.A. (90%) and Roberto Cavalli (10%) Key competitors: Gucci, Valentino, Versace, Prada, Armani, Dolce & Gabbana

Artykuł Roberto Cavalli pochodzi z serwisu BrandStruck.

Commentaires sur Lighter options, the true stars of women’s kitchen cupboards par Horak

by Horak @ Commentaires pour Womenology

Votre analyse est très réaliste, j'ajouterai que les hommes sont aussi aujourd'hui la cible des marques, car eux aussi adhèrent de plus en plus à une attitude similaire ; zéro coca est adressé aux hommes avec un packaging noir qui se voudrait plus" viril" et ainsi compréhensible pour un consommateur masculin, ne voulant inconsciemment ne pa s'assimiler au "light" ciblé et dans les moeurs associé aux femmes. Cet élargissement des gammes de produits va plus loin, la santé devient un soucis des marques exploité d'une manière incroyable, les produits bio sous célophane...les produits facilitant le transit ( bifidus et autres, sans sel à x% pour le cholesthérol etc.. Le consommateur est noyé par une myriade de profuits alimentaires qui prodiguent des messages de santé qui peuvent être malheureusement faussés comme vous le mentionnez, le chocolat sans sucre ne stipule pas que les glucides sont remplacés par des lipides! A quand un contrôle nutritionniste averti, mettrait en garde, ou exigerait une information plus limpide ?

Rise Up (Great Work Provocation)

Rise Up (Great Work Provocation)

by acr @ Box of Crayons

It’s true. Rise to the challenge.

Dove's Evolution of Beauty Campaign Goes Viral on YouTube

by Rohit @ Influential Marketing Blog

Dove’s Campaign for Real Beauty has been one of the most talked about campaigns of the year, earning praise from people in the advertising world, as well as from real consumers for representing something different to the typical fashion advertising.  By focusing on the distorted perception of beauty that much of the fashion industry is

The evolution of Dove

The evolution of Dove


strategy

As Dove celebrates its 50th anniversary, strategy examines how the brand has evolved from a bar of soap to a global master brand. Along the way, we look at how messaging to women has also evolved over this pivotal period in women's history

Luxury & sales force: learn to manage brand ambassadors

by aufeminin @ Womenology

Of the top fifteen international luxury brands, seven are French. French brands represent 25% of the world market in luxury personal assets (fashion, accessories, perfume, watches and jewellery), or 212 billion euros (Cabinet Bain & Company – 2012). (1) In …

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Why People Hate Dove's 'Real Beauty Sketches' Video

Why People Hate Dove's 'Real Beauty Sketches' Video


Business Insider

What's wrong with the viral success?

Assignment 1/ Dialogue

by atk5149 @ Aaron Kreider Blog RCL

1. Parker’s use of vocabulary, creates and inclusive tone throughout the entirety of the essay. The use of words such as ‘us’ and ‘our’ creates an authoritative tone as she is the writer of the piece. she distinguishes the direction of the essay, the conclusions of her observations. 2. the questions asked really directs the […]

Dove's real beauty ads 'were retouched'

Dove's real beauty ads 'were retouched'


Telegraph.co.uk

A major advertising campaign, which flaunted the "real beauty" of its ordinary women stars, was perhaps not as naturalistic as first thought after an expert who worked on the pictures claimed he touched them up.

Video: Susan Weber Receives First Annual “CMO Beacon Award”

by Lisa Nirell @ EnergizeGrowth

CMOs can often feel isolated and overwhelmed. And let’s be real: “going it alone” doesn’t work. That ranks high on the insanity list, along with trial and error and stoicism. Finding a peer community of like-minded professionals makes the difference between success and burnout. Yet searching for that perfect peer group can be even more daunting than the […]

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5 Types Of Consumer Generated Marketing (CGM) Campaigns

5 Types Of Consumer Generated Marketing (CGM) Campaigns

by Rohit @ Influential Marketing Blog

Over the past several years, consumer generated marketing campaigns have become more and more popular. After all, what brand wouldn't want tons of users to create content on their behalf and share it online with their entire social networks? And by the way, these consumers will create it all for free. For this reason, CGM

Cathy Shaughnessy’s Five Essential Books for Coaching

Cathy Shaughnessy’s Five Essential Books for Coaching

by acr @ Box of Crayons

Cathy Shaughnessy is the author of The Really Competent Coach series, which helps coaches understand what it takes to become ICF credentialed and to create a plan for getting there. She also coaches senior leaders, mentors credentialed coaches and trains fledgling coaches.

Creating Global Change Locally

by Robert Kalish @ Frank About Women

Think globally and act locally. It’s a mindset to help understand the magnitude of an issue while also realizing that the difference you can personally make is on a smaller scale.

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Bonus Videos: Overcoming Marketing Innovation Anxiety

by Lisa Nirell @ EnergizeGrowth

What is marketing innovation anxiety? It happens when we keep postponing innovation conversations and initiatives. Unfortunately, in Western cultures, most of us believe that looking busy is a badge of honor, so we default to the familiar—managing our daily problem inbox. My curiosity around marketing innovation anxiety, and the lack of a true commitment to […]

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Teen Vogue, Shows “Ethnic” Beauty in its original form…

by truth @ My Body My Image

Hosted by Teenvogue.com Borrowing from other cultures has never been trendier—or more taboo. From afros to cornrows, henna to headdresses, cultural appropriation is a trending topic on the tips of tongues everywhere. (To get caught up on the conversation, look no further than Amandla Stenberg’s brilliant, critically acclaimed video Don’t Cash Crop My Cornrows where … Continue reading Teen Vogue, Shows “Ethnic” Beauty in its original form…

Dove's True Colors: beautiful or bad? - AfterEllen

Dove's True Colors: beautiful or bad? - AfterEllen


AfterEllen

Here's the thing: I use Dove. I like Dove. I happen to think they make nice soap. And if they also happen to put out some nice television ads, well, all the better. But recently the brand and its Campaign for Real Beauty have come under fire by critics who have cried hypocrisy because Dove is owned by the same company that puts out, among many other things, Axe body spray. On the one hand, positive messages telling young girls about having good body image; on the other, sleazy messages telling young boys about bagging hot chicks. Oh, the conundrum. Dove’s latest ad, called “Onslaught,” is interesting for many reasons. In the clip, an adorable red-haired girl smiles innocently into the camera, only to be bombarded with a montage of images urging her to look “younger, smaller, lighter, firmer, tighter, thinner, softer.”

Axe

by Magda Adamska @ BrandStruck

Category: FMCG Personal care & beauty – body care, deodorants, fragrances, hair care Owner of the brand: Unilever Key competitors: Nivea, L’Oréal, Gillette, Old Spice

Artykuł Axe pochodzi z serwisu BrandStruck.

Volkswagen Humans Adapt

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

Volkswagen France is running “Humains”, a commercial promoting the brand’s environmental credentials. Earlier in the month the French government announced plans to phase out petrol and diesel powered vehicles by 2040. The Volkswagen Humans campaign responds with the promise of adaptation. People have always adapted to their environment, often without realising, whether it be eating […]

Illuminati and Music

by noreply@blogger.com (Pop Music) @ The World of Pop Music


I spent the weekend just passed looking after Aneirin and Lui by myself. By Sunday afternoon, after a series of excursions and games, I felt that a restful movie was in order.

The kids had been dressing up as pirates, so I promised to find them a pirate movie on Youtube. I was horrified, though, when the telly wouldn't respond to the commands of my remote control (I later discovered it was turned off at the wall).

Aneirin was unphased. 'I can make my own movies' he told me. 'I've been studying how.' He dragged a huge bedcloth from a closet and hung it from a high point in the lounge room, so that it resembled a movie screen, arranged the couches in the room so that they faced his screen, and filled the couches with an audience of teddy bears and dinosaurs. Then he made Lui and me sit down too, and announced the premiere of a film called The Rush Pirates.

Aneirin stepped behind the screen, so that we could see only a vague semblance of his shadow, and began to act out a drama between two characters, Good Pirate and Bad Pirate, playing first one character then the other. The two pirates argued about treasure, brandished swords and pistols at one another, and finally exchanged shots. The movie ended when Aneirin fell through the screen and sprawled over the floor. Lui and I applauded The Rush Pirates loudly, and the dinosaurs and bears offered positive reviews.

Aneirin announced that the movie would screen again in a couple of minutes, rushed to the kitchen, and returned with a bottle of tomato sauce. When he burst through the screen for a second time and fell on the floor, his shirt was covered in red liquid. 'Neirin's hurt Daddy', Lui said in alarm. 'Lui you silly' Aneirin muttered, coming to life. 'I'm just pretending. It's a movie.'

I was confused at first by Aneirin's insistence on acting out his movie on the far side of a screen, but then I remembered a few precedents for such a manoeuvre. Didn't the Balinese stage puppet dramas from behind screens? Didn't Pink Floyd sometimes perform behind a wall?

After the third performance of The Rush Pirates Aneirin took a break, and Lui went and sat behind the screen. Aneirin was unimpressed by his little brother's unmoving shadow. 'Lui's making a really boring movie Dad' he said. 'Nothing's happening.' 'It's just a slow movie, that's all' I replied. 'Not all movies are as exciting as The Rush Pirates. There was a guy called Andy Warhol, and he filmed his friend sleeping for hours and hours, and then showed his film to audiences. He called it Sleep.'

'What happened at the end of Andy Warthog's movie?' Aneirin asked. 'I don't know' I said. 'I've never actually watched it. I think that the man who has been sleeping wakes up, and that's the end'. 'That's so boring' Aneirin said. 'If I was in that movie I'd run at the man with a pirate sword and wake him up a whack.'

'I think I would prefer The Rush Pirates to Sleep' I said. 'Are you going to show your movie to Mum, when she comes home, and to Marie'. 'Oh no' Aneirin said. 'My movie's only for boys. It's way too violent for Mum and Marie.'

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Procter & Gamble

by Magda Adamska @ BrandStruck

Category: FMCG Household products; FMCG Personal care & beauty Owner of the brand: Procter & Gamble Co. Key competitors: Unilever, Colgate-Palmolive, Reckitt Benckiser Group

Artykuł Procter & Gamble pochodzi z serwisu BrandStruck.

Life’s too short to not change your job

by Gašper @ Marketing magazin

According to the agency, the main idea lies behind an insight that more than 80 percent of Serbians are frustrated with their current job. Job change presents the fourth biggest change in their life. How to encourage the individuals to get their life in order and change their job. The campaign features well known figures from […]

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Volkswagen Arteon as sensed by blind photographer Pete Eckert

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

Volkswagen is promoting the new Arteon 4-door fastback with an advertising campaign featuring blind photographer Pete Eckart. At the centre of the campaign is an inspiring mini documentary exploring Eckert’s unique creative vision. Pete Eckert trained in sculpture and industrial design before becoming blind through retinitis pigmentosa, an eye disease in which the back wall […]

How Dove's Real Beauty Video Touched a Nerve and Went Viral [VIDEO]

How Dove's Real Beauty Video Touched a Nerve and Went Viral [VIDEO]


The Content Strategist

The heart string-tugging video, created by Ogilvy & Mathers Brazil, has social and mainstream media buzzing. Here's why.

How to Coach Like a Leader … Even (Especially) When You’re a Skeptic

How to Coach Like a Leader … Even (Especially) When You’re a Skeptic

by acr @ Box of Crayons

You know who you are. You’ve been hearing about coaching (or mentoring, its first cousin once removed) for years now and thought, “Yeah, yeah … that’s for those HR / ‘people people’ types, not me. I’ve got a real job to

Nestlé

by Magda Adamska @ BrandStruck

Category: FMCG Food – baby food, cereals, dairy, confectionery and chocolate, desserts & ice creams; FMCG Non-alcoholic beverages – soft drinks, coffee, water Owner of the brand: Nestlé S.A. Key competitors: Kellogg’s, Danone, Cadbury, Hershey’s, Snickers, Milka, Jacobs, Tchibo, Lipton, Aquafina, Dasani, Evian

Artykuł Nestlé pochodzi z serwisu BrandStruck.

Transformation Tuesday: Dove's Campaign for Real Beauty - Digital Natives

Transformation Tuesday: Dove's Campaign for Real Beauty - Digital Natives


Digital Natives

In the first of our Transformation Tuesday series, we’re showing a bit of love to those who’ve used digital content to innovate and improve the perception of their brand. First up: Dove. The ‘Campaign for Real Beauty’ has been recognised by Advertising Age as the best campaign of the 21st century. Although Dove used real …

Kellogg’s

by Magda Adamska @ BrandStruck

Category: FMCG Food – cereals Owner of the brand: Kellogg Company Key competitors: Cheerios, Nestlé, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Lucky Charms, Weetabix, Quaker

Artykuł Kellogg’s pochodzi z serwisu BrandStruck.

Dove Evolution

Dove Evolution


Dove UK

Go behind the scenes of the Dove Evolution film to see how the media create their standard of beauty.

10 Years After Dove's 'Real Beauty' Campaign, More Brands Fight for Real Women

10 Years After Dove's 'Real Beauty' Campaign, More Brands Fight for Real Women


TakePart

It's been 10 years since Dove launched its “Campaign for Real Beauty”—a stark series of ads that were radical and simple in equal measure—featuring lovely, normal-sized women who didn’t need Photoshop to look radiant. The ads, which ran in 2004 and 2005, lacked any screed about the pressures that come with being a woman in a visual culture that’s awash in creatively lit, digitally manipulated images of dangerously thin models. The folks behind the campaign simply let us feel our own shock at seeing women with normal curves and natural faces being celebrated for their beauty in a national advertisement. Dove didn't stop there. The soap maker added rocket fuel to the conversation in 2006, when its time-lapse "Evolution" video went viral. The movement to expose marketers' use of trickery to convince us that we're failing if we don't have flawless skin and breathtaking bodies was here to stay. Significant progress has been made since Dove's campaign: The American public, the blogosphere, and the Twitterverse now routinely call out magazine publishers and marketers for digitally altering images of girls and women to shrink their bodies, smooth their faces, and otherwise morph them to fit an unrealistic, narrow ideal of beauty. The pace is quickening. In just the past few months, there's been even more progress and a few moments that drove the dialogue forward. 1. The more bare skin a campaign flaunts, the more Photoshop it typically gets. But American Eagle says its new campaign for the Aerie line of lingerie will not use any altered images of models. Instead, “real” girls and women can upload unretouched photos of themselves to a photo gallery. Sure, it’s pretty screwed up that selling underwear using real photos of gorgeous, skinny young girls (instead of digitally improved gorgeous, skinny young girls) is seen as groundbreaking. But moving away from the idealized versions of women who don't exist is a footstep Dove took, and the clothier is now following its lead. “It’s great that we’re beginning to break that down,” said Heather Arnet, executive director of the Women & Girls Foundation, of the fakeries that line the glossies. 2. Forever Yours Lingerie didn't stop working with model Elly Mayday when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer last year. It featured beautiful shots of her with surgical scars unhidden and no wig or digital fakery to hide the baldness that resulted from her cancer treatment. Rather than looking like something’s missing, Mayday’s baldness comes across as strong and sexy. It’s empowering for the rest of us to see a woman outside the beauty mold we’ve been sold for so long—and to find ourselves aspiring to emulate her sexy confidence and appeal. (Forever Yours also gets points for raising money toward Mayday’s medical expenses.) 3. A new time-lapse video released by Hungarian pop star Boggie shows her singing a pop song called “Nouveau Parfum” while being Photoshopped, a fresh take on Dove's "Evolution" that's amplified by the resigned expression on her face. As the song unfolds, pieces of her disappear and are overwritten: Boggie’s eyes, like everyone else’s, aren’t exactly symmetrical. So one is deleted, then replaced by an exact copy of the other. Not a single square inch of her face or hair is left untouched. 4. Earlier last month during the Golden Globes, actor Diane Keaton took the stage to honor Woody Allen, her tousled hair and menswear-chic outfit reminding us of the trend she set when Annie Hall hit theaters in 1977. It was also clear on high-definition screens across America that at 68, she's got (oh, the horror!) lots of lines on her gorgeous face. When her speech ended, the network cut to a commercial break featuring Keaton selling L'Oréal cosmetics without a line on her digitally enhanced face, seemingly sporting the skin of a 25-year-old. Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook quickly lit up with scorn. That social media response is valuable, Arnet says, because younger women and girls are active on Instagram and Twitter and are participating in those conversations. 5. Former Cosmopolitan editor Leah Hardy drew attention for admitting that during her tenure the magazine routinely Photoshopped out the protruding bones of super skinny models to keep readers from seeing how emaciated the models really were. Since that admission surfaced, before-and-after comparisons of bone-thin models and their healthier-looking altered images have been popping up around the Web. Apparently the world’s top fashion magazines, despite the huge budgets at their disposal, cannot find a single woman on the planet who isn’t either too thin or too fat for their liking. It’s further reinforcement of the conclusion we’d love to share with every tween girl who’s just beginning to notice her appearance: The elusive “perfection” that every cosmetic company and clothing retailer is trying to sell you does not exist. 6. Mindy Kaling might not have minded, but many other people did: When Elle magazine published covers for its February 2014 issue featuring Kaling, readers and pundits immediately questioned why Kaling's cover was a black-and-white close-up rather than the full-color, full-body shots of the other (skinnier and more "conventionally" beautiful) actors. That's the key: We've begun to make a habit of questioning how women are depicted and what tools are being used to change or edit their appearance for public consumption. Yes, the visual landscape is still awash with altered images, surgically altered models, and the pressure to be thinner, younger, and closer to the narrow beauty ideal that so much marketing pushes on us. Marketers aren’t going to stop selling us

Dove's "Campaign for Real Beauty" Is the Campaign of 21st Century - Marketing magazin

Dove's "Campaign for Real Beauty" Is the Campaign of 21st Century - Marketing magazin


Marketing magazin

The iconic campaign was picked by every one of the Advertising Age judges as belonging on the list, and one that was described by the panel as “groundbreaking, brave, bold, insightful, transparent and authentic.” As Ad Age states, Dove began its campaign with a global survey in 2004 that found, among other things, that only 23 …

North Face Pushes for Inclusivity in the Outdoors

by Sophie Komornicki @ Insights - Cone Communications | Cone | Cone PR | Cone Inc | PR Agency | Boston | NYC

Over the past few years, industry-leader REI has sparked movements focused on getting people outside during Black Friday and advancing gender equality in the outdoors through campaigns like #OptOutside and Force of Nature. Now, another outdoor company is gearing up to add a new dimension to level nature’s playing field.

Diesel

by Magda Adamska @ BrandStruck

Category: Apparel – high street apparel; FMCG Personal care & beauty – fragrances; Retail – fashion stores, e-retail Owner of the brand: OTB Group Key competitors: Levi’s, Wrangler, Pepe Jeans, Lee

Artykuł Diesel pochodzi z serwisu BrandStruck.

Auburn Student Digital Resumes :: Fall 2015

by Robert @ infopinions :: AuburnMedia

AuburnMedia :: Infopinions:

As our Spring 2015 group of students finish up their digital resumes and portfolios (in about one week), I realize my failure to share the last group on this site. They were previously posted to PRProspects.me.  I will share our latest group of final projects soon.   Here they are! Our Fall 2014 Auburn University PR studenet digital resumes and portfolios, also referred to as

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Dove Evolution

Dove Evolution


Dove UK

Go behind the scenes of the Dove Evolution film to see how the media create their standard of beauty.

Victoria’s Secret

by Magda Adamska @ BrandStruck

Category: Apparel – high street apparel; Retail – fashion stores, e-retail; FMCG Personal care & beauty – body care, fragrances Owner of the brand: L Brands Inc. Key competitors: Aerie, Agent Provocateur, Triumph International, Intimissimi

Artykuł Victoria’s Secret pochodzi z serwisu BrandStruck.

Beauty and sensuality are significant assets in the job market

by aufeminin @ Womenology

For some decades, studies have shown that people who are considered to be physically beautiful are at an advantage in a number of areas, both private and professional. Three recent books confirm this trend by showing that beauty has become …

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We Are America – Love has no labels

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

The Ad Council’s “We Are America” commercial, part of the Love has no labels campaign, is one of the nominations for Most Outstanding Commercial at this year’s Emmy Awards. Launched for Independence Day 2016, the We Are America ad featured American professional wrestler, rapper, actor and reality television show host John Cena reflecting on patriotism […]

Christine Porath Takes on the Rude Workplace

Christine Porath Takes on the Rude Workplace

by acr @ Box of Crayons

If you’ve ever felt that someone has been rude or uncivil to you at work, I think you’ll really enjoy today’s conversation. My guest is Christine Porath, associate professor of management at McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University and

IKEA Lion Man – Relax into greatness

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

IKEA UK’s latest advertising campaign features Lion Man, a symbol of the importance of relaxing and recharging in one’s living room so we can go on to do great things. Based on the fact that lions spend up to 18 hours a day at rest, the campaign follows the story of a Lion Man as […]

Squarespace Calling John Malkovich

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

Squarespace commercial “Calling John Malkovich” is one of the nominations for Most Outstanding Commercial at this year’s Emmy Awards. The Super Bowl commercial is a continuation of the Squarespace campaign in which John Malkovich sets out to establish an online fashion design business. Things get tricky when he discovers that a namesake has already got […]

Always

by Magda Adamska @ BrandStruck

Category: FMCG Personal care & beauty – feminine care Owner of the brand: Procter & Gamble Co. Key competitors: Carefree, Bodyform, Kotex, o.b., Stayfree

Artykuł Always pochodzi z serwisu BrandStruck.

Mattel Innovates to Reach Overlooked Players

by Sophie Komornicki @ Insights - Cone Communications | Cone | Cone PR | Cone Inc | PR Agency | Boston | NYC

As companies continue to campaign for acceptance, many have begun to reflect on their customer bases to ensure that all fans are acknowledged. Some brands have begun portraying non-traditional individuals in their ads, while others have created moments-in-time to encourage inclusivity. While these campaigns spark conversation, one brand is focused on more than raising awareness - it innovated its product to reach a broader audience.

Dove | BrandStruck: Brand strategy database

Dove | BrandStruck: Brand strategy database


BrandStruck

Category: FMCG Personal care & beauty – hair care, body care, deodorants Owner of the brand: Unilever Key competitors: L’Oréal, Garnier, Nivea, Olay, Avon

Johnson’s

by Magda Adamska @ BrandStruck

Category: FMCG Personal care & beauty – baby care Owner of the brand: Johnson & Johnson Key competitors: Pampers, Huggies

Artykuł Johnson’s pochodzi z serwisu BrandStruck.

Pepsi Light Iconic Moments

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

Pepsi’s “Pepsi Light Iconic Moments” advertising campaign has won Gold at the Clio Awards for print, print technique (art direction and photography) and out of home (billboard). The three advertisements in the Pepsi Light Iconic Moments campaign, targeting young urban people, feature a skateboarder, parkour runner and a breakdancer wearing red, white and blue. Their […]

Dove’s commitment to women continues to evolve with new “Choose Beautiful” campaign

Dove’s commitment to women continues to evolve with new “Choose Beautiful” campaign


Women in the World in Association with The New York Times - WITW

Choose Beautiful celebrates beauty as a personal, universal choice

The Problem with Dove | THE ILLUSIONISTS

The Problem with Dove | THE ILLUSIONISTS


THE ILLUSIONISTS - a documentary about body image and globalization

The dark side of Dove's Real Beauty Campaign: from its controversial parent company, to the marketing of Dove skin whitening deodorants in India...

Are Millennials Really Killing Harley Davidson?

Are Millennials Really Killing Harley Davidson?

by Rohit @ Influential Marketing Blog

Millennials are being blamed for the recent woes of casual dining restaurants and even Harley Davidson – but is that really fair?

Dove Campaigns

Dove Campaigns


Dove US

Learn more about Dove campaigns here and watch your favorite videos from Real Beauty Sketches to Choose Beautiful.

UNICEF Stops Traffic to Campaign for Children in Conflict Zones

by Sophie Komornicki @ Insights - Cone Communications | Cone | Cone PR | Cone Inc | PR Agency | Boston | NYC

Stunts have long been in marketers’ playbooks as a way to grab consumers’ attention and highlight a specific product or service.  Recently however, we’ve seen an influx of cause-related stunts– from 2 Chainz’s pink Trap House to KIND’s giant pile of sugar in downtown New York City. This week, New Yorkers witnessed a stunt, which took advantage of the large city stage and a particular moment in time, bringing an underrepresented issue to light and sparking conversation with a broad audience.

Unilever

by Magda Adamska @ BrandStruck

Category: FMCG Food; FMCG Non-alcoholic beverages; FMCG Household products; FMCG Personal care & beauty Owner of the brand: Unilever Key competitors: Procter & Gamble, Nestlé, Colgate-Palmolive, The Kraft Heinz Company, Reckitt Benckiser Group

Artykuł Unilever pochodzi z serwisu BrandStruck.

Burberry

by Magda Adamska @ BrandStruck

Category: Apparel – luxury apparel, FMCG Personal care & beauty – fragrances, make-up; Retail – fashion stores, e-retail Owner of the brand: Burberry Group plc Key competitors: Louis Vuitton, Hermès, Gucci, Prada, Ralph Lauren

Artykuł Burberry pochodzi z serwisu BrandStruck.

How Companies Brought Attention to the Pollinator Decline

How Companies Brought Attention to the Pollinator Decline

by Sophie Komornicki @ Insights - Cone Communications | Cone | Cone PR | Cone Inc | PR Agency | Boston | NYC

In the lead-up to National Honey Bee Day (August 19), I was inspired to take a look at brands’ recent efforts to ensure the health and stability of our tiny pollinator friends. In the past few years, we have seen a host of organizations garnering attention for the issue, first with research and later, amped-up efforts with highly visible, consumer-facing campaigns to bridge the awareness gap. 

Watching Ballard

Watching Ballard

by noreply@blogger.com (Skyler) @ Reading the Maps



My father-in-law is an idealist and a humanitarian, and therefore finds the world of 2017 a painful and disappointing place. Alan watches the news, sees carnage in the Middle East, a nuclear standoff in Asia, and a buffoon in the White House, and wonders why humanity, with all its resources and technological prowess, is unable to live in anything resembling peace and harmony. Alan and I often talk about the manifest failures of modern civilisation, and he often asks me what has gone wrong, and I often make some vague and jargon-filled and contradictory reply.
My father-in-law is probably tired of listening to my attempts to explain the world, so I have sent him a link to this superb documentary, which the BBC made about JG Ballard in 2003. Ballard is probably most famous as the author of a series of science fiction stories about the end of the world, and as the man whose autobiographical novel Empire of the Sun inspired a lavish Steven Spielberg film.
As the BBC's doco shows, though, Ballard was also a prophet and a philosopher, who understood the world of late modernity earlier and better than almost anyone else. The BBC's team travels to Shepperton, the unglamorous London suburb where Ballard lived for decades, and interviews him beside a bleak reservoir and in a bar close to Heathrow airport.

The elderly author's commentaries on modernity are interspersed with dramatisations of scenes from some of his most important books: The Drowned World, which imagines melting poles, overflowing oceans, and a tropical Europe where lizards displace humans; Crash, the notorious portrait of a cult whose members get sexual gratification from smashing into each other's cars; Concrete Island, in which a twentieth century Robinson Crusoe finds himself stranded, after his car is wrecked, on a traffic island surrounded by motorways; High Rise, which describes the conversion of the two thousand inhabitants of a forty-storey luxury apartment embrace violence and a hunter gatherer lifestyle; and Super Cannes, which explains how a group of well-paid suits form a gang and begin to attack the vagrants and migrants who live on the streets of their city.
Again and again, Ballard argues that the apparent safety and wealth of modern consumer capitalist society is both ahistorical and unnatural, and can only disguise and create violence. In the most chilling section of the documentary, Ballard points to the 9/11 attacks on America, and notes that the young men who flew planes into buildings came from the shopping malls and suburbs of wealthy countries. Violent zealots, Ballard says, are an inevitable response to the world in which we live. Ballard's vision of the world is pessimistic, but like all great writers he sometimes manages to find a perplexing beauty in the places he condemns, and to make disaster and dysfunction not only vivid but uncomfortably exhilarating.

Ballard does not provide a comprehensive view of the modern world. He has little to tell us about economics, sociology, demographics. Nor does he offer anything like a coherent alternative to the civilisation that both appalls and beguiles him. But as an anthropologist of late capitalist consumer culture he is without rival.

[Posted by Scott Hamilton]

What Stories Are You Telling?

What Stories Are You Telling?

by acr @ Box of Crayons

Many of us tell ourselves stories about the way things work. But have you ever wanted to dig deeper and explore the real inner workings of those things? Like, for instance, work-life balance, entrepreneurial success, creativity or even storytelling itself.

Check Out Dove’s New ‘Real Beauty’ Campaign

Check Out Dove’s New ‘Real Beauty’ Campaign


Fortune

It’s confusing a lot of people.

Miu Miu

by Magda Adamska @ BrandStruck

Category: Apparel – luxury apparel; FMCG Personal care & beauty – fragrances; Retail – fashion stores, e-retail Owner of the brand: Prada SpA Group Key competitors: Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Hermès, Ralph Lauren

Artykuł Miu Miu pochodzi z serwisu BrandStruck.

Why do brands need media muses?

by aufeminin @ Womenology

“In reality, women are more ‘real,’ and not as perfect as Adriana Karembeu. People need reality, they need truth.” These are the words of Nicolas Chomette, head of Black & Gold, a design and strategy company. He adds, “Sometimes we …

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Companies Raise Awareness and Attendance for National Parks

by Sophie Komornicki @ Insights - Cone Communications | Cone | Cone PR | Cone Inc | PR Agency | Boston | NYC

As summer heats up, many Americans take this time to enjoy the glories of nature by visiting our nation’s vast National Parks system. Yet, those same national treasures are in peril due to proposed National Parks Service budget cuts. As discussions on the topic heat up, many companies are showing their support for the outdoors through campaigns raising money, awareness and attendance at America’s National Parks.

Dr. Jason Fox’s Five Essential Books for Pioneering Leaders

Dr. Jason Fox’s Five Essential Books for Pioneering Leaders

by Carrie @ Box of Crayons

Dr. Jason Fox’s book How to Lead a Quest is a truly fantastic book, not only because of the really robust content in it but also because of the wonderful pirate swagger and adventurous style in which it is written. (If you missed

Reflecting Body Positivity with BodyPosiPanda

by TEPF @ The Emily Program Foundation

By Caroline K. I wasn’t put in the world just to be looked at or to fit a societal standard of beauty. The body positive movement encourages people to accept and respect their bodies, as well as others’ bodies. It is also recognizing that our

Did Something Just Snap? (Great Work Provocation)

Did Something Just Snap? (Great Work Provocation)

by acr @ Box of Crayons

I’m sure you’ve been there, that moment of realization that you cannot, will not, stand for something any longer. Now that you know it, what will you do?

Twofer Tuesday: On Ultimate Truths & Paying it Forward

Twofer Tuesday: On Ultimate Truths & Paying it Forward

by acr @ Box of Crayons

Most of us operate from a place of good intentions. At least, that’s something I believe to be true. Yet help can be something of a mixed bag. These Twofer articles explore the flip sides of help. The first examines

How to effectively use horizontal brand positioning to beat your competitors

by Adam Williams @ Adam Williams

Before getting into the specifics of horizontal vs vertical brand positioning, let me start with some examples. Since at least early 2014, Esurance has been running a new campaign with the tagline, “7 1/2 minutes could save you on car...

Dove: Evolution [of Corporate Social Responsibility]

Dove: Evolution [of Corporate Social Responsibility]


Business Government & Society III

Unlike other companies that are concerned with being environmentally conscious and morally sound, Dove has been paving their social responsibility path with their campaign for real beauty. Launched…

Stella McCartney Brings Overconsumption to the Forefront of Fashion

by Sophie Komornicki @ Insights - Cone Communications | Cone | Cone PR | Cone Inc | PR Agency | Boston | NYC

Companies have been creating innovative products out of waste for years; and with each material advancement, the envelope is pushed further with more integrated, holistic communications campaigns. However, many of these previous campaigns skirted away from the gritty aspect of waste. Now, one fashion brand is taking a nontraditional approach to creating beauty out of waste.

Prada

by Magda Adamska @ BrandStruck

Category: Apparel – luxury apparel; FMCG Personal care & beauty – fragrances; Retail – fashion stores, e-retail Owner of the brand: Prada SpA Group Key competitors: Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Hermès, Ralph Lauren

Artykuł Prada pochodzi z serwisu BrandStruck.

Gold Is This Season’s Hottest Color

by Elizabeth Bragg @ Frank About Women

On this summer’s world stage, the U.S. women really stepped up to show their power, besting the men by winning 27 of the 46 American golds. In fact, as The New York Times noted, “Had the women competed as a separate country, they would have ranked third in the overall medal chart.”   From Simone...

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Interview with Tim Piper, Dove Real Beauty | Box of Crayons

Interview with Tim Piper, Dove Real Beauty | Box of Crayons


Box of Crayons

Listen to Michael's interview with Tim Piper, talking about the Dove Real Beauty campaign

5 Rules of Social Media Optimization (SMO)

5 Rules of Social Media Optimization (SMO)

by Rohit @ Influential Marketing Blog

This is the original post that started the Social Media Optimization revolution and has been cited by thousands of blogs and media sources around the world.  For a more updated view, read the 5 New Rules Of Social Media Optimization published by Rohit exactly 4 years after this post on 08/10/10. First Time Here?  Read

55 agencies with 120 projects enter BalCannes 2017

by Gašper @ Marketing magazin

This year’s BalCannes entries will be judged by separate panels of judges, consisting of marketers (clients), journalists and agency representatives. As every year, the best 25 campaigns will be chosen among submitted entries. Yet for the first time in BalCannes history, top 25 list will be presented by each of three juries on 22 September […]

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Dove ad wins Cannes film prize

Dove ad wins Cannes film prize


the Guardian

A Dove ad won the top award in the film category at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival. By Mark Sweney.

Cal Newport Takes on a Distracted World

Cal Newport Takes on a Distracted World

by acr @ Box of Crayons

At Box of Crayons, our bigger purpose is to help people in organizations do less Good Work and more Great Work. So it’s a real pleasure to be talking with today’s guest, Cal Newport. Cal is an associate professor of

Twofer Tuesday: On Corporate Culture & Real Communication

Twofer Tuesday: On Corporate Culture & Real Communication

by acr @ Box of Crayons

This week’s Twofer digs deep to uncover two highly coveted yet often elusive corporate goals. The first looks at company culture from a rather amusing angle. The second offers a pure and simple look at how to achieve true communication.

Amy Whitaker on the Bridge Between the Creative and the Practical

Amy Whitaker on the Bridge Between the Creative and the Practical

by acr @ Box of Crayons

Around 2004, Dan Pink said—and I’m paraphrasing here—“The MFA is actually the new MBA because these are the skills that are required to really flourish in work.” However, figuring out how to bring our creative selves into a hectic, often

Why Dove's Real Beauty Sketches is better positioned than prior campaigns | Adam Williams

Why Dove's Real Beauty Sketches is better positioned than prior campaigns | Adam Williams


Adam Williams

Dove began its crusade against the beauty industry with the short "Dove Evolution". I want to explain why the Real Beauty Sketches campaign is better.

Dad Jokes with a purpose

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

HHS’ Administration for Children and Families (ACF), along with the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse, has launched a new series of public service advertisements (PSAs) recognizing the critical role fathers play in the lives of their children. The public service campaign created by the non-profit Ad Council coincides with Tell a Joke Day and centers on […]

Consumers becoming critical of Dove's 'Real Beauty' ads

Consumers becoming critical of Dove's 'Real Beauty' ads


CBC News

Dove's ad campaigns have been celebrated for featuring women instead of professional models, but also accused of exploiting insecurities to sell products.

L’Oréal: a success story in international marketing to women

by aufeminin @ Womenology

Established in 130 countries across five continents, L’Oréal group’s international success represents an international marketing model based on skill, knowledge and an unshakeable reputation. How has L’Oréal created this image and reputation? How has the group won over women around the …

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Ron Friedman’s Five Essential Books for Creating an Extraordinary Workplace

Ron Friedman’s Five Essential Books for Creating an Extraordinary Workplace

by acr @ Box of Crayons

In his book The Best Place to Work: The Art and Science of Creating an Extraordinary Workplace, Ron Friedman uses the latest research from the fields of motivation, creativity, behavioural economics, neuroscience and management to reveal what really makes us

Hitting The (Beauty) Mark?

Hitting The (Beauty) Mark?


Cone Communications | Cone | Cone PR | Cone Inc | PR Agency | Boston | NYC

Dove made a splash in 2004 with its Campaign for Real Beauty, becoming a hallmark cause marketing campaign and an inspiration for millions. Since then, Dove has been busy pulsing out videos, voting campaigns and even research reports challenging the definition of "beauty.”

Evolution of the Dove “Real Beauty” Campaign

Evolution of the Dove “Real Beauty” Campaign


The Emily Program Foundation

By Awazi, a Foundation volunteer The Dove “Real Beauty” Campaign launched in 2004, and started as a “global conversation” to find the definition of beauty and what it means to people who identify a…

Great Leaders Coach for Development, Not Just Performance

Great Leaders Coach for Development, Not Just Performance

by acr @ Box of Crayons

What does great leadership really look like? It’s easy to say something vague like “To be a great leader, you must be a good coach.” After all, a good coach has the ability to help team members unleash their potential,

Twofer Tuesday: On Willpower & Mindfulness

Twofer Tuesday: On Willpower & Mindfulness

by acr @ Box of Crayons

Willpower and mindfulness are two hot topics in today’s demanding, often overwhelming, world. But are we really using them to their full advantage — and to ours? This week’s Twofers explore both those issues, challenging common assumptions about the power

Wearing perfume, an almost sacred beauty ritual

by aufeminin @ Womenology

The majority of women put perfume on every day, so much so that 143,000 bottles of perfume are sold every day in France (source: Planetoscope). And what might seem like a simple beauty step has a much deeper cultural dimension …

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10 Most Compelling Ad Campaigns of the Decade: Why They Went Viral

10 Most Compelling Ad Campaigns of the Decade: Why They Went Viral


Inc.com

Pretty pictures no longer cut it.

Dove Purely Pampering Body Cream with Shea Butter & Warm Vanilla (300ml)
$8.16
Dove Antiperspirant Spray Deodorant For Women 150 ml ( Pack of 10 ) + Our Travel Size Perfume
$32.99
Dove Antiperspirant Deodorant Silk Dry, 48 Hr., 150 ML (Pack of 6)
$16.49
Dove Body Wash, Deep Moisture Pump, 34 Ounce, (Pack of 2)
$26.59
Dove Silky Nourishment Body Cream 10.1 oz
$7.10
Dove Purely Pampering Body Wash, Pistachio Cream with Magnolia, 16.9 Ounce / 500 Ml (Pack of 3)
$17.48
Improved Formulation Go Fresh Dove Anti-Perspirant Deodorant Spray Grapefruit & lemongrass Scent (6 Can)
$16.50
Dove Men + Care Face Lotion Hydrate + 1.69 OZ - Buy Packs and SAVE (Pack of 3)
$19.50
Dove Purely Pampering Body Wash, Shea Butter with Warm Vanilla, 16.9 Ounce / 500 Ml (Pack of 3)
$12.99
Dove Men + Care Clean Comfort Spray Deodorant & Anti-Perspirant 150ML / 5.07 Oz,(6 Pack)
$16.10
Dove Invisible Solid Deodorant, Original Clean - 2.6 oz - 3 pk
$9.55
3 Pk. Dove Gentle Exfoliating Body Wash with Nutrium Moisture 16.9 Oz
$14.99
Dove go fresh Revive Antiperspirant/Deodorant, Pack of 4, 2.6 Oz each
$15.93
Dove Advanced Care Invisible Solid Antiperspirant deodorant 4ct(2.6oz x 4)
$11.74
Dove Men+Care Elements Antiperspirant Stick, Minerals + Sage 2.7 oz, 4 Count
$17.88
Dove Original Anti-Perspirant Deodorant 48h Spray 150 ml / 5 fl oz (6-Pack)
$15.99
Dove Go Fresh Anti-Perspirant Deodorant Spray 150ml Grapefruit & lemongrass Scent (1 Can)
$5.76
Dove Daily Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner 12oz Combo SET **Package May Vary**
$13.48
Dove Go Fresh Cool Moisture Fresh Touch Body Wash Cucumber and Green Tea 16.9 Oz / 500 Ml (Pack of 3)
$14.28
Dove Anti-Perspirant Deodorant, Sensitive Skin 2.60 oz
$7.99
Dove Men Plus Care Body Wash, Deep Clean, 13.5 Ounce (Pack of 3)
$22.33
Dove Beauty Cream Bar Soap, Go Fresh Revive, 100 G / 3.5 Oz Bars (Pack of 12)
$14.65
Dove Men+Care Deodorant Stick Clean Comfort 3 oz(Pack of 3)
$23.22
Dove Go Fresh Pomegranate & Lemon Verbena Deodorant Spray 150 ml / 5 oz (6-Pack)
$18.06
Dove Go Fresh Body Wash, Revitalize, Mandarin & Tiare Flower Scent, 16.9 Ounce / 500 Ml (Pack of 3)
$15.98
Dove Weightless Moisturizers Smooth and Soft Anti-Frizz Cream, 4 Ounce (113g)
$3.99
Dove Clinical Protection Antiperspirant Deodorant, Original Clean, 1.7 Oz (Pack of 3)
$21.98
Dove Clinical Protection Antiperspirant Deodorant, Cool Essentials 1.7 Ounce, (Pack of 2)
$14.49
6 Pack Dove Cotton Dry Anti-Perspirant Deodorant Spray 48 Hour Protection 150 Ml
$17.06
Dove Go Fresh Restore Beauty Bars, Blue Fig and Orange Blossom Scent, 4.75 Oz (Pack of 12)
$18.40
Dove Invs Sold Pwd Size 2.6z Dove Powder Invisible Solid Antiperspirant Deodorant
$10.46
Dove Men + Care Antiperspirant & Deodorant, Cool Silver 2.70 oz (Pack of 4)
$14.99
Dove Advanced Care Antiperspirant, Clear Finish 2.6 oz, 4 Count
$19.52
Dove Ultimate go fresh Cool Essentials Anti-perspirant/Deodorant, 2.6 Ounce (Pack of 4)
$19.99
Dove Advanced Care Anti-Perspirant Deodorant, Revive 2.6 Oz (Pack of 3)
$16.48
DVO2979401 - Moisturizing Gentle Hand Cleaner
$122.28
Dove Original Spray Deodorant Anti Perspirant 150 Ml 5.07oz (Pack of 3)
$11.00
Dove Men+Care Antiperspirant Deodorant, Sensitive Shield, 2.7 Ounce (Pack of 4)
Dove Hair Therapy Daily Moisture Conditioner, 40 Fl Oz
$14.99
Dove Go Fresh Beauty Bar Soap, Cool Moisture, 6 Count
$10.59
Dove Go Fresh Cucumber & Green Tea Deodorant 48h Spray 150 ml / 5 fl oz (6-Pack)
$16.49
Dove go fresh Beauty Bar, Cucumber and Green Tea 4 oz, 6 Bar
Dove Deodorant 2.6 Ounce Adv Care Anti-Perspirant Sensitive (76ml) (3 Pack)
$12.46
DOVE Winter Care Nourishing Body Wash 24-Ounce - 3-Pack
$23.99
Dove Invisible Dry Anti White Marks Antiperspirant Deodorant, 150 Ml / 5 Oz (Pack of 6)
$17.50
Dove Winter Care Beauty Bars - 14/4oz
$28.95
Dove Men + Care Dry Spray Antiperspirant, Clean Comfort (Pack of 4)
$15.83
Dove® Beauty Bath Shower Gel Indulging Cream 16.9 Oz / 500 Ml
$7.77
Dove Men + Care Body + Face Bars Aqua Impact - 6 ct
$12.82
Dove Go Fresh Cool Moisture Body Wash, Cucumber and Green Tea Pump 34 Ounce (Pack of 2)
3 Dove Nourishing and Restore Body Wash 500ml/19.9oz (3X 500ml/16.9oz, Purely pampering-Almond cream with hibiscus)
$17.99
Dove Advanced Care Deodorants, Cool Essentials (2.6 oz., 3 pk.)
$16.87
Dove Nutritive Solutions Daily Moisture, Shampoo and Conditioner Duo Set, 40 Ounce Pump Bottles
$24.90
Dove Men + Care Body & Face Wash, Sensitive Shield 13.50 oz (Pack of 3)
$20.70
Dove Go Fresh Revive Anti-Perspirant Deodorant Stick for Unisex, 2.6 Ounce
$6.69
Dove Men + Care Extra Fresh Non-irritant Antiperspiration 5 Pack
$24.99
Dove Invisible Dry Anti White Marks Anti-Perspirant Deoderant
$5.12
(Duo Set) Dove Damage Therapy Intensive Repair, Shampoo & Conditioner, 12 Oz. bottles
$13.19
Dove Men+Care Body and Face Wash, Clean Comfort 18 oz
Dove Damage Therapy Daily Moisture Shampoo, 2.8 Pound
$14.99
Dove Men Care Non-Irritant Antiperspirant Deodorant, Extra Fresh - 2.7 Ounce (5 in Pack)
$22.47
Dove Nutritive Therapy, Nourishing Oil Care, DUO Set Shampoo + Conditioner, 12 Ounce, 1 Each
$12.98
Dove Men+Care Post Shave Balm, Hydrate+ 3.4 oz (Pack of 2)
$12.65
Dove Beauty Bar, Pink 4 oz, 14 Bar
$17.99
Dove Original Beauty Cream Bar White Soap 100 G / 3.5 Oz Bars (Pack of 12) by Dove
$16.99
Dove Shave Gel Sensitive 7 oz. (Pack of 3)
$17.26
Dove Cotton Soft Anti-Perspirant Deodorant Spray Dry 48 Hour Protection (Pack of 6) 150 Ml by Dove
$20.98
Dove Clinical Protection Anti-Perspirant Deodorant Solid, Revive 1.70 oz(Pack of 2)
$13.48
Dove Shampoo, Dryness & Itch Relief 12 oz
$5.59
Dove Body Wash Deep Moisture 24 oz, Pack of 3
$15.16
Dove Purely Pampering Body Wash, Coconut Milk (24 fl. oz., 3 pk.)
$24.09
Dove go sleeveless Antiperspirant, Beauty Finish 2.6 oz, 2 Pack
$4.99
Dove Beauty Bar, White 4 oz, 2 Bar
Dove Men + Care Revitalize Face Cream Lotion 1.69oz (Quantity 1)
$4.97
Dove Oxygen Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner Set 12 Ounce
$13.85
Sensitive Skin Unscented Moisturizing Cream Beauty Bar By Dove, 12 Count 4 Oz Each
$19.99
Dove Beauty Bar, Sensitive Skin 4 oz, 6 bar
$12.99
Dove Regenerative Nourishment Shampoo and Conditioner Set, 8.45 FL OZ each
$15.99
Dove Purely Pampering Shea Butter Beauty Bar with Vanilla Scent Soap 3.5 Oz / 100 Gr (Pack of 12 Bars)
$17.48
Dove Antiperspirant Deodorant, Powder 2.6 Ounce, (Pack of 6)
$21.36
Dove Body Wash Deep Moisture 24 oz, Pack of 3
$15.16
6 Cans of Dove Men+Care Invisible Dry 150ml Anti-Perspirant Anti-Transpirant Spray
$18.72
Dove Clinical Protection Antiperspirant Deodorant, Cool Essentials 1.7 oz
$7.72
Dove Sensitive Skin Nourishing Body Wash, 12 Ounce (2 Pack)
$19.33
Dove Men+Care Body Wash, Extra Fresh 23.5 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$20.45
Dove Men + Care Face Wash, Hydrate, 5 Oz (Pack of 3)
$18.40
Dove Men+Care Body Wash, Extra Fresh 13.5 oz, Twin Pack
$16.99
Dove Hs Srength/Shine Xho Size 7z Dove Hs Srength/Shine Xhold 7z
$8.77
Dove Dry Shampoo Refresh and Care Volume and Fullness, 5 Ounces, 3 Pack
$16.80
Dove Men+Care 2 in 1 Shampoo and Conditioner, Fresh and Clean 25.4 oz
Dove Sensitive Skin Unscented Hypo-Allergenic Beauty Bar 4 oz, 2 ea (Pack of 2)
$11.14
Dove Men + Care Body & Face Wash, Clean Comfort 13.50 oz ( Pack of 3)
$16.10
Dove Men + Care Fortfying Shampoo+conditioner 2 in 1 32fl Oz
$16.05
Dove Go Fresh Cucumber & Green Tea Scent, Antiperspirant & Deodorant Stick, 1.4 Oz / 40 Ml (Pack of 4)
$9.98
Dove Body Wash, Sensitive Skin Pump, 34 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$27.33
Dove Body Lotion, Cream Oil Intensive, 13.5 Ounce (Pack of 3)
$23.49
Dove Damage Therapy Cool Moisture Shampoo (12 oz) and Conditioner (12 oz)
$11.99
Dove Go Fresh Antiperspirant & Deodorant, Cool Essentials - 2.6 oz - 2 pk
$12.99
Dove Go Fresh Antiperspirant Deodorant, Restore, 2.6 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$9.11
Dove Men+Care Body and Face Bar, Deep Clean 4 oz, 6 Bar
$9.39
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