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BMW Designworks Says ‘Hello’ to Dental Care

September 19, 2013

New natural products designed by automaker subgroup.

Hello Products of Montclair, NJ greets the world with the launch of a “friendly” oral care line called Hello. With a lineup of “99% natural, 100% nice” toothpaste, mouthwash and breath sprays, Hello boasts the absence of harsh chemicals, artificial colors, alcohol or pain.
 
BMW Group DesignworksUSA, a subsidiary of BMW GROUP, created the packaging designs. Products are available in four flavors: Supermint, Pink Grapefruit Mint, Mojito Mint and Sweet Cinnamint. Hello is available nationwide in Walgreens and Duane Reade stores, with additional retailers to follow worldwide.
 
“With so many brands talking about killing and fighting, we thought it was time to unleash products that explored the friendly side of oral care,” said Craig Dubitsky, founder and CEO of Hello. “Our 99% natural products bring all of the performance and none of the pain, and they taste – and look – incredible.” 
 
More info: www.hello-products.com
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