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Sun & Skin Care Research Buys No-Ad Sun Care Brand

October 7, 2008

Sun & Skin Care Research, Inc. the Cocoa, FL-based maker of Ocean Potion sun care, has acquired No-Ad sun care products and its facility.

“The addition of the No-Ad brand combined with the Ocean Potion product catalog will strengthen the combined brand’s position in the sun care category nationally,” states Gary DeAngelo, CEO and founder of Sun & Skin Care Research. “Combining these two great brands will provide Sun & Skin Care Research with increased economies of scale, and will enhance our ability to develop new and unique break-through products in the sun protection category.”

No-Ad, created in 1960, built its current franchise by offering double the product volume for the same cost as other national brands. The No-Ad Maximum SPF 45 sunscreen is listed by Consumer Reports as the CR Best Buy for value in overall performance score. No-Ad products are currently sold in 35 countries.
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