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Listerine teams with Olympians to support Right to Play program

BY Alaric DeArment

NEW YORK Two Olympians are working with Johnson & Johnson’s Listerine subsidiary to teach healthy behavior and team values to disadvantaged children in developing countries.

In a program sponsored by subsidiary Listerine and endorsed by Olympic Medalists Paul and Morgan Hamm, J&J will donate up to $100,000 to the Right to Play Red Ball Child Play program, which improves the lives of children through play and sports, until the end of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. The company will donate $1 for every person who clicks on a link on www.listerine.com.

Right to Play works with 500,000 children in 23 countries affected by poverty, disease and war.

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Allergan announces intent to file eyelash stimulant with FDA

BY Drew Buono

IRVINE, Calif. Allergan announced today that it intends to file an application with the Food and Drug Administration for bimatoprost, a synthetic prostaglandin analog, as a treatment to stimulate eyelash growth, by end of the third quarter of 2008 after receiving promising results from a clinical trial.

“Our exploration of bimatoprost as an eyelash growth enhancer reflects our continuing commitment to offer innovative medical aesthetic treatments that are science-based, with the clinically proven safety and efficacy that consumers have come to trust Allergan to provide,” said Scott Whitcup, Allergan’s executive vice president, research and development. “We are pleased with the results of our clinical program and believe this innovative product, if approved, could meet a significant and currently unmet demand in the medical aesthetic marketplace.”

According to Allergan, the global mascara market is presently estimated to be $3.7 billion annually. Allergan currently anticipates the product to be approved by the FDA in 2009 and to have annual sales that exceed $500 million.

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Jane Lauder to head up Estee Lauder Origins

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK The Estee Lauder Cos. has named Jane Lauder senior vice president and general manager of Origins, effective July 1.

Lauder will report to Jane Hertzmark Hudis, president, who oversees BeautyBank and Ojon, and who will now add Origins to her portfolio.

Since July 2006, Lauder has been senior vice president of global marketing for Clinique. In this role, she has been responsible for the brand’s overall strategic marketing and positioning, including developing products and expanding the brand into new channels and categories globally.

Prior to joining Clinique, Lauder was vice president of marketing for BeautyBank, where she spearheaded the creation and launch of the American Beauty and Flirt! Brands. She oversaw their positioning, product development and creative direction.

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