ProCyte inks salon marketing deals
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryCopper Peptide technology maker signs licensing and supply agreement with Colomer Group's Creative Nail Design to develop nail, hand and foot care products for salon market, Redmond, Wash. firm says. Creative Nail Design, which sells products in more than 30,000 salons and spas, plans to introduce new products using copper peptide technology in first half of 2002. ProCyte also enters deal with spa/salon distributor Atelier Esthetique to introduce Simple Solutions, a 13-SKU therapeutic skin care line formulated with copper peptide, in February...
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