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Ambi Skincare

July 14, 2008

Ambi Skincare, a division of Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc., recently sponsored “America’s Ethnic Skin: An Al Roker Health Special,” which aired on NBC stations in 10 major U.S. cities on May 24. The half-hour special, produced by Al Roker Entertainment, addressed the unique needs, challenges and issues facing women and men with melanin-rich skin tones and included medical expertise provided by several members of the Women’s Dermatologic Society (WDS).

“With more than four decades of success at delivering efficacious skin care solutions to women with skin of color, Ambi is proud to sponsor this very important health special,” said Michael Marquis, marketing director for the Ambi Brand. “We know there is a need in the marketplace for better understanding of the special needs for ethnic skin and believe that dermatologists play a critical role in educating consumers on this topic.” More info: www.ambiskincare.com
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