Nivea Men has launched the new Sensitive Pro range for men with 'busy lifestyles and late nights', to give them 'visibly healthy looking, soothed skin even post shave.' Harnessing the power of plants, Nivea Men Sensitive Pro features 100% plant-based hemp seed oil. This is a dry oil that absorbs quickly into the skin, providing 'intense nourishment without a pore-clogging greasy residue.' Nivea says that hemp seed oil is a potent ingredient and an ideal choice, whether your skin type is dry, oily, mature or or sensitive.
Olympic gold medallist and SPAR ambassador Kellie Harrington, who has risen to the top of her game by making better choices day after day, today helped launch SPAR’s Better Choices 2022 campaign, with a wide range of healthy choices available now in SPAR stores nationwide. SPAR Better Choices was designed to help the nation choose the best foods for a healthy and balanced lifestyle. SPAR has also carried out research to find out what better choices Irish shoppers are planning to make this year as well as revealing the nation’s favourite foods. A recent study has found that 98% of Irish people plan to make better choices when it comes to looking after themselves in 2022. The main reason for wanting to make better choices was to improve overall health and quality of life, with 44% saying they will prioritise making changes to their diet and eating habits, while a further 44% plan to increase physical activity levels and 12% say they will prioritise their mental health. SPAR ambassador Kellie Harrington is a busy athlete who appreciates the importance of a healthy balanced diet. Speaking at the campaign launch, she said, "I am someone who is always on the move and I know that it can sometimes feel hard to make healthy choices when life feels so busy. SPAR’s Better Choices range is the perfect solution to this, making healthier food and favourite snack choices available across Ireland, without sacrificing on flavour and taste."
Applegreen has announced it is inviting primary schools across the country to participate in a new biodiversity programme called ‘BioDive’. The programme is supported by both education organisation ‘Biodiversity in Schools’, who provide classrooms with teaching resources and interactive kits to promote awareness and understanding of biodiversity and Éanna Ní Lamhna, Irish biodiversity expert. Ní Lamhna, commented, “It’s clear that our planet is in crisis and it’s only through education and awareness that we can bring about tangible change. I’m delighted to see a campaign like BioDive taking place in primary schools and I hope it will lead to greater biodiversity awareness in Ireland."
Spanish retailer Mercadona has announced that its management committee has agreed to increase the wages of its entire workforce by 6.5%. The company said that the measure will benefit more than 93,300 people working for the company in Spain and that the decision aligns with its Total Quality Model. The company added that the measure has been ‘adopted within a complex scenario’, wherein each employee is essential in ensuring that the company meets customers’ demands amid the pandemic. According to a study by local consumer rights organisation – Deco – Mercadona emerged as the favourite supermarket of Portuguese consumers.