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Industry Expert Opens Regulatory, Technical Practice

October 3, 2007

Doug Schoon, scientist, educator, author and leading beauty industry expert, has opened a consulting practice specializing in global regulatory, scientific and chemical issues.

With many years of experience working with regulators in the U.S., European Union, Canada and Australia, Mr. Schoon is perfectly positioned to help cosmetic, beauty and personal care companies navigate the confusing maze of domestic and international regulatory requirements.

With 20 years product development experience, Mr. Schoon also provides high-level guidance in areas related to safety, testing and claim substantiation, labeling, warnings and is available as an expert witness in product related and salon practices litigation. Schoon’s unique experience and insights make him a valuable resource for companies dealing with these complex and highly technical issues.

More info: DSchoon@cox.net.
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