Dove is elevating its body care lineup with recently unveiled serum-infused body washes for various skin types and concerns.
Available in nine different variants, the Dove Serum Body Wash Collection contains active ingredients that work to fight skin issues like dry skin, acne, eczema, and more. Each product is priced at $9.99.
The Acne Clear option features a 1% clearing salicylic acid acne treatment, aiding in the clearance and prevention of acne. It is also available in a bar format.
Hydration Boost boasts a 6% hydrating serum infused with hyaluronic acid, actively hydrating dry skin.
Among the selection, Glow Recharge houses a 3% brightening serum enhanced with vitamin C, designed to invigorate and illuminate the skin. It is also offered as a body scrub.
Soothing Relief comprises a 5% nourishing serum with colloidal oatmeal, aiming to moisturize eczema-prone skin. It is available in bar form as well.
For those with sensitive skin, Dove will introduce the Ultra-Sensitive Serum Body Wash, containing 10 essential elements specifically tailored to cleanse delicate skin, as part of the collection.
Other variants include Vitality Renewal, containing a 4% restoring serum enriched with collagen to reveal firmer, supple skin, and Exfoliate Away, hosting a 4% refining serum with AHA that promotes silkier skin through micro-polishing.
Notably, the collection also offers two products for melanin-rich skin. Melanin Even Tone contains 5% ceramide-boosting serum infused with BHA, restoring natural skin tone. Meanwhile, Melanin Radiance features a 5% ceramide-boosting serum coupled with nourishing oils for a rejuvenated radiance. Both are available in bar form.
The new collection will hit Amazon's virtual shelves next month. It will be available in Walmart and other major retailers in February.
Earlier this year, Dove unveiled its Body Wash enriched with 24-hour Renewing MicroMoisture.
This groundbreaking formula leveraged exclusive nano-technology to actively revive the skin's moisture, making it the pioneering body wash in the U.S. to adopt this advanced technology.