University Medical Pharmaceuticals appoints SVP international sales
IRVINE, Calif. University Medical Pharmaceuticals, which makes skin and beauty products for the mass market, such as its AcneFree line, has appointed Jeffrey Ten as SVP international sales.
Ten, who has 28 years of international senior management marketing and sales experience, will report to Raymond Francis, president and CEO.
Prior to joining University Medical Pharmaceuticals, Ten was president of ck Calvin Klein beauty, where he negotiated a long-term agreement from Calvin Klein and initiated global marketing and sales strategy. In addition, Ten supervised new products, merchandising, training, promotions and distribution strategy. He also managed the U.S. launch, which included overseeing sales team management and store execution.
Ten has launched and developed both proprietary and licensed brands, such as Hugo Boss, Giorgio Beverly Hills, Estee Lauder, Calvin Klein, Sally Hansen and Del Pharmaceuticals in more than 40 countries.
Physicians Formula announces Board member
AZUSA, Calif. Beauty company Physicians Formula has appointed former Del Laboratories executive, Charles Hinkaty, to its board of directors. Hinkaty replaces Jeff Berry, who resigned as a director in May to become interim CFO of Physicians Formula.
The board determined that Hinkaty qualifies as an independent director under the Nasdaq listing rules. In addition to his general appointment to the board, Hinkaty will join the company’s audit, compensation, and nominating and corporate governance committees of the board of directors.
Hinkaty served as the president and CEO of Del Labs from August 2005 through his retirement in January 2008. Prior to that, Hinkaty was the COO of Del Labs from January 2005 to August 2005, and VP of Del Labs and president of its subsidiary Del Pharmaceuticals from 1985 to January 2005. Hinkaty served as a director of Del Labs until December 2007 and has also been a member of the board of directors of FGX International since September 2008. He also led the Consumer Healthcare Products Association from 1999 to 2001.
Hain Celestial launching new hand sanitizer
NEW YORK Hain Celestial will launch in February the new Jason Family hand sanitizer to help keep children and parents germ-free and prevent infections.
The sanitizer features a safer-for-children, naturally effective formula that has 8% organic aloe vera, the company stated. It is hypoallergenic and incorporates natural alcohol to break down germ cell walls, kill dangerous microbes instantly and evaporates in seconds. In addition, the sanitizer is made without parabens and fragrances.
The Jason brand recently celebrated its 50th anniversary and offers more than 250 products, including items for face, body and hair.