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Although summer is quickly coming to an end, you can continue to reinvigorate your relationship with community, culture and more importantly yourself – from the inside out.

 

Here are five tips that will help you #ShareTheRhythm – well into the fall and winter months – with support from P&G products that are available at your local Kroger Co. store:

 

  • Share Your Smile: A smile is one of the best ways to share your rhythm. Showcase your warmth and confidence by upgrading to a healthier & more radiant smile with Crest® Pro-Health HD line, which provides 6X healthier mouth and 6X whiter teeth within one week.

 

  • Maintain A Summer Glow: Preparation for a close-up always begins with your strongest foundation – your skin. Re-energize your skin’s appearance with the Olay® Renegerist Luminous line to keep your skin radiant and pearlescent during the fall.

 

  • Makeover Your Fall Beauty Routine: Stay on trend with the latest make-up products from the COVERGIRL® Queen Collection. With a full line of various shades and hues from the COVERGIRL Queen Collection, your fall make-up look will stand out from the crowd.

 

  • Nurture Your Tresses: The colder months can be harsh on hair, so it’s especially important to pay attention to your tresses. Ensure your locks stay healthy and shiny with the Pantene® Truly Relaxed & Truly Natural lines, which cleanse hair without stripping, smooth and moisturize and protect against dryness and breakage.

 

  • Fall Into Fashion Care: Fall is as much about fashion as it is beauty, so you’ll want to keep you clothes looking their best. Tide PODS clean, fight stains, and brighten in one. No more pouring, no more spills — just toss one into your washing machine. It’s just that easy and available in three fantastic scents, Spring Meadow, Ocean Mist & Original.

 

Show us how you will continue to #sharetherhythm – from the inside out – on Twitter with @ProcterGamble products available at @Kroger. Don’t forget to use the hashtag, #sharetherhythm!

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