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Flaherty to become official cfo at Sally Beauty

BY Alaric DeArment

After two months as acting chief financial officer of Sally Beauty Holdings, Mark Flaherty will become its chief financial officer and senior vice president, Sally announced Thursday.

Prior to his stint as acting chief financial officer, Flaherty had served as vice president, chief accounting officer and controller since October 2007. He previously had worked at Tandy Brands Accessories as chief financial officer from August 2002 to October 2007.

In his new role at Sally, Flaherty will be responsible for accounting, payroll and benefits, treasury and risk management, finance, tax, investor relations strategic planning and loss prevention.

Based in Denton, Texas, Sally Beauty Holdings is an international retailer and distributor of beauty products. It distributes and sells products throughout North America and Europe, as well as in Japan.

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Crest Pro-Health, Oral-B team up to alert Hispanic community to gingivitis

BY Antoinette Alexander

MIAMI Procter & Gamble’s Crest Pro-Health and Oral-B brands have teamed up with Dr. Ivan Lugo, past president of the Hispanic Dental Association and Associate Dean of Temple University School of Dentistry, to raise awareness of gingivitis in the Hispanic community.

According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, gingivitis, a form of gum disease, affects 1-in-2 adults in America, including Hispanics. The Mexican-American population has one of the highest percentages of prevalence.

“As an active member of the Hispanic dental community I am proud to be the spokesperson for this initiative to raise awareness in our community on how to help prevent and treat oral health conditions, like gingivitis,” stated Lugo.

As part of the initiative, Crest Pro-Health and Oral-B are promoting a four-step, at-home dental routine:

  1. Brush twice a day with a toothbrush with bristles that are able to surround each tooth to clean the entire tooth surface. It is highlighting the Oral-B Vitality Precision Clean Power Brush, which moves at nearly 8,000 times a minute to reduce up to two times more plaque than a regular manual brush.
  2. Next, use a specialized toothpaste to fight gingivitis, such as Crest Pro-Health toothpaste.
  3. Floss at least once a day to remove plaque and food particles between teeth at the gum line. For example, Crest’s Glide Deep Clean Floss is made with Gore-Tex, a micro-textured material resistant to shredding.
  4. The final step is to rinse with an anti-gingivitis mouthwash, such as Crest Pro-Health Oral Rinse, to remove leftover particles and kill the germs that cause plaque, gingivitis and bad breath.

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Lescoja launches three Matte for Men products

BY Antoinette Alexander

TUCSON, Ariz. Lescoja has announced the launch of three new Matte for Men skin care products—Matte for Men Complete Cleansing Cloths, Antioxidant Daily Facial Cleanser and Man Powder.

The pre-moistened cleansing cloths are designed to remove dirt, oil and environmental pollutants from the face and head. The cotton cloths are infused with vitamin A, Retinol and collagen.

The Matte for Men Antioxidant Daily Facial Cleanser helps to remove dirt, oil and other environmental impurities. The non-drying formula contains “micro spheres” that release antioxidants directly onto the skin to help leave it protected and conditioned.

In addition, the company has launched Matte For Men Man Powder. The naturally-based corn starch and baking soda formula helps to neutralize odor and absorbs excess moisture.

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