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When was the last time you enjoyed a spa day? Dove has allowed you to come up with one sooner than later thanks to their newly formulated body washes.
Introduced to retailers last week, the beauty brand's latest body washes contain "Moisture Renew Blend," a gathering of skin-natural nutrients that help revive and maintain the skin's moisture barrier. Because many of us lose lipids during shower/bath time, the new formula makes room for an enhanced blend of stearic and palmitic acids to better mimic what is naturally found in the skin.
The beauty enthusiasts and natural lovers out there will be thrilled to know the product was made with 100 percent gentle naturally-derived cleansers (Glycinate and DEFI), free of sulfates and parabens, and pH balanced.
With 14 new variants and Valentine's Day around the corner, it's only right to plan ahead for a focused day of self-care. Below is a playlist supporting each new scent. From Ari Lennox's "Shea Butter Baby" painting a theme for the Pampering Body Wash Shea Butter & Warm Vanilla to D'Angelo's "Alright" absorbing the vibe of the Sensitive Skin Body Wash, there's a scent and dynamic sound made for you.
Listen to the full playlist here and enjoy the benefits of each Dove Body Wash below.
1. Tycho - "Awake"
Try: Dove Deep Moisture Body Wash
Provides: Instantly soft skin, lasting nourishment2. Sade - "Kiss of Life" (Kaytranada Edit)
Try: Dove Renewing Body Wash Peony & Rose Oil
Provides: Revival for dewy, supple skin3. Skip Marley and H.E.R.- "Slow Down"
Try: Dove Glowing Body Wash Mango Butter & Almond Butter
Provides: Moisture for radiant skin4. Snoh Aalegra - "I Want You Around"
Try: Dove Purifying Detox Body Wash with Green Clay
Provides: A deep cleanse and renews skin5. D'Angelo - "Alright"
Try: Dove Sensitive Skin Body Wash
Provides: A gently cleanse and nourishes skin
6. SiR and Masego - "Ooh Nah Nah"
Try: Dove Refreshing Body Wash Cucumber & Green Tea
Provides: A revitalization and refreshes skin7. Lizzo - "Water Me"
Try: Dove Restoring Body Wash Coconut Butter & Cocoa Butter
Provides: Perfect pampering and softens skin8. Beyonce, Wizkid, Saint Jhn and Blue Ivy Carter - "Brown Skin Girl"
Try: Dove Hydrating Body Wash Aloe & Birch Water
Provides: Refreshing and invigorating skin9. Jill Scott - "Golden" (Kaytranada Edit)
Try: Dove Dryness Relief Body Wash with Jojoba Oil
Provides: A deeply nourish and restoration of dry skin10. Kaytranada and Kali Uchis- "10%"
Try: Dove Gentle Exfoliating Body Wash with Sea Minerals
Provides: An instantly reveal of visibly smoother skin11. Ari Lennox and J. Cole - "Shea Butter Baby"
Try: Dove Pampering Body Wash Shea Butter & Warm Vanilla
Provides: Nourishment and feeds skin12. bLAck pARty - "Purple Heart"
Try: Dove Relaxing Body Wash Lavender Oil & Chamomile
Provides: Calming and comforting skin13. Erykah Badu - "Honey"
Try: Dove Rejuvenating Body Wash Pomegranate & Hibiscus Tea
Provides: Energy and revitalization of skin14. Koffee- "Toast"
Try: Dove Revitalizing Body Wash Blue Fig & Orange Blossom
Provides: Restoration and replenishes skin
Learn more about Dove's moisture renew blend here.
There are many factors that go into winning a Grammy, the most coveted music prize of the industry. It’s more than “is the song good?” Sometimes it’s based on campaigning, other times it’s based on what voters feel should be the industry standard. However, the fun doesn’t come until after the ceremony, where all the winners have been revealed and it’s time to process what it all means for the larger picture and the future of recording.
The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards was met with controversy this year thanks to a lawsuit against the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences from ousted CEO, Deborah Dugan. Through her explosive claims and allegations, the voting process has gotten even less transparent— and we’re left with more questions and mysteries than answers. Still, artists and media moved forward, and the focus has temporarily shifted back to the music and the awards.
Here are 11 takeaways from VIBE that capture the essence of key wins (and snubs) at the Grammy Awards.
Going into the 2020 iteration of the show, The Grammy Awards couldn’t be more irrelevant and in a place of struggling to attract younger viewers. Each year sets new lows in the coveted 18-49 demographic, and the show continues to take one step forward and ten steps back when it comes to its relationship with hip-hop. The step forward this year will be the confirmed tribute to the late Nipsey Hussle featuring Kirk Franklin, DJ Khaled, John Legend, Meek Mill, Roddy Ricch, and YG. Fixing what was once the most cherished institution of the music business and one of the most-watched events of each year is complicated and will require drastic directional shifts and changes to elements of the show that have been part of its fabric for many years. These are the 10 problems with the Grammy Awards and how to fix them.