Clairol Hair Care Brands Show Double-Digit Sales Growth In 1999
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Clairol Herbal Essences sales grew 14% to $637 mil. for the year and increased 6% to $151 mil. for the fourth quarter, the company reported Jan. 24. Clairol continues to be the number one hair products company in the U.S., Bristol-Myers Squibb said.
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