Companies big and small came to Boston to impress retailers at the National Association of Chain Drug Stores’ “Total Store Expo."
The NACDS Total Store Expo was held in the Boston Convention Center in August. The show attracts retailer buyers and brands.
At Unilever's stand, attendees were provided with insight into the natural shopper.
MyBite Vitamins has created a beauty supplement that suppprts hair, skin and nails via dark chocolate, caramel and roasted nuts—not to mention biotin and vitamins E and C.
There’s no question about Bee Bald Man Care’s specialty; here is the Beachwood, OH-based company’s booth at Total Store Expo.
Combe, maker of Just For Men and other personal care products, talks to show visitors.
The Crème Shop offers spunky beauty products like these cleansing wipes that are part of its collaboration with Hello Kitty & Friends.
A certified B Corp company, Green Goo offers a range of plant-based salves that address a range of issues.
My Magic Mud, which also exhibited at Indie Beauty Expo in New York City that month, traveled up the coast to showcase its newest beauty products.
Right To Shower, which is a new brand under the Unilever umbrella, was at TSE showcasing its product line inside a booth that resembled a retro-hip bathroom.
Lafe’s showcased its deodorants, including new deodorant roll-ons that contain CBD.
CBD was extremely popular at TSE, as more retailers look to offer products to their customers. Prana Principle offers cannabinoid-rich topical beauty products as well as ingestibles.
This was the first time that Portland Bee Balm, an independent lip care company, exhibited at Total Store Expo.
U.S. Nonwovens showcased household cleaning innovations and more.
Now part of Coty and a major player in the chain drug beauty space, CoverGirl was on hand at TSE.