Nestlé Skin Health appoints new chief executive
Πέμπτη 13 Οκτ 2016
Nestlé Skin Health will have a new chief executive officer from 1 November 2016.
The Swiss dermatology specialist has recruited Paul Navarre, who has worked for Botox maker Allergan and Procter & Gamble, as chief executive officer. Navarre will take over from Humberto Antunes, who Nestlé said had "decided to give a new direction to his career".

Navarre joined Allergan in 2007 and was most recently president of Allergan International. Prior to joining Allergan, he spent 15 years at Procter & Gamble, where he worked on consumer goods and healthcare products.

Nestlé highlighted Navarre's background in consumer goods and healthcare, as well as his "extensive international career and proven leadership skills".

The company said Navarre was "ideally suited" to take Nestlé Skin Health to the next level by further pursuing its strategy covering consumer solutions, self-medication, prescription medicines, and aesthetic and corrective products.

Nestlé Skin Health was established as a fully-owned Nestlé subsidiary in June 2014 after Nestlé acquired L'Oréal's 50% stake in their Galderma joint venture.

Aims to provide "science-based" solutions

The business aims to provide "science-based solutions for the skin, hair and nails" through four business segments: Aesthetic & Corrective, Consumer Solutions, Prescription and Self-Medication. Its consumer brands include Benzac, Cetaphil, Daylong, Excipial, Loceryl, Proactiv and Qilib.

Antunes joined Galderma in 1997 and was appointed chief executive officer of Nestle Skin Health in 2014. He is leaving at the end of October 2016.

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