Kindra is a direct-to-consumer skincare brand from CPG conglomerate P&G that offers products designed specifically for women going through menopause. In addition to dietary supplements designed to naturally ameliorate the symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness, Kindra offers a hand & foot cream and a body lotion with soothing ingredients specifically designed to combat drier skin associated with lower estrogen levels.
Pause Well-Aging is a skincare brand designed to be used throughout all three stages of menopause, from perimenopause to menopause and postmenopause. In addition to products like Hot Flash Cooling Mist and Collagen Boosting Moisturizer, the brand’s site also offers a community page dedicated to sharing real-life menopause stories from its users, providing shoppers with direct support and affirmation.
Haircare Brand Better Not Younger targets consumers age 45 and older with a line of products specifically designed to address the hair concerns associated with aging, such as dryness, thinning and gray hair. With its bold, modern packaging and videos celebrating life after 45, the brand aims to challenge the stereotypes associated with aging.
Dutch supermarket chain Jumbo combats loneliness amongst older adults with two new in-store initiatives. In contrast to the typical express lane, Chat Checkout is a special lane, where the cashier takes extra time to engage in a conversation. Jumbo also hosts All Together Coffee Corner, an in-store local community space that allows elders to meet one another.
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