J&J skin care buy
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryPharmaceutical firm's Consumer France division announces plan to acquire Biapharm, a French medical skin care product manufacturer, Aug. 27. Company's leading brand is Biafine, a well known skin healing brand in the French market primarily used as a treatment product for radiotherapy burns, according to J&J. Biapharm also owns 100% of Laboratoire Medix, the group's main operating company, which markets skin care brands Aloplastine for children and Effidia, a scab-healing product. Transaction is subject to regulatory approval and is expected to close September...
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