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Arch Personal Care Products: Dana Smith, Judith Bernabe and Michelle Maison

June 23, 2008

Arch Personal Care Products:
announced that Dana Smith and Judith Bernabe have joined the technical marketing department. Ms. Smith has worked at L’Oréal USA as a senior chemist for the SkinCeuticals, Maybelline and Kiehl’s brands. She has also held formulation positions with Inolex Chemical Company and the Revlon Research Center.

Ms. Bernabe hails from Silab, where she was a technical sales representative; prior to that, she worked at Estée Lauder as an analytical chemist.

Michelle Maison has joined the Arch Personal Care Products’ Applications Lab. Prior to this, she worked as a formulation chemist for Johnson & Johnson. Vito Cataldo has also joined Arch in R&D as research chemist. He comes to the company from Colgate-Palmolive Company, where he worked as formulation chemist in oral product development.
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