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Edgewell’s Q2 Growth Fueled By Billie’s Walmart Rollout, Sun Care Demand

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Consumers’ return to the office, increased socialization and time spent outdoors in the second quarter translated to strong growth in Edgewell’s Sun and Skin Care division. Meanwhile, DTC women’s shave brand Billie – acquired last year for $310m – contributed more than five points of net top line growth in the quarter, company leadership said.

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