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Dermablend

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Richard Scanlon to newly created position of exec VP and chief operating officer. Scanlon moves to the Carson Products subsidiary from Charles of the Ritz, where he served as VP of sales. He previously worked at Revlon and Dana Perfumes. Scanlon reports to Dermablend CEO Tim Hogan. Carson recently carved out Dermablend into a new subsidiary ("The Rose Sheet" Jan. 4, p. 3). Scanlon and Hogan both served as consultants to Carson during the acquisition of the brand from Johnson Products ("The Rose Sheet" June 22, 1998, p. 1). The execs will "focus on fundamentals and execution" of the corrective cosmetics brand and improve the firm's service levels to distributors and customers. The Dermablend franchise will also receive a "modest expansion," including additional shade offerings and a stronger product mix. Upcoming product launches include cleansers and moisturizers
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