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Jurlique Names New Technical Manager

June 5, 2013

Lim to manage global product development.

Jurlique appointed Connie Lim as technical manager of global product development. In her new role, Lim will drive innovative formula development, provide technical support and monitor performance and key milestones in global new product development efforts.


Lim comes to Jurlique with more than 20 years of experience in the beauty and personal care industry, having gotten her start in the research and development department of L’Oréal. After eight years helping to create professional salon products for stylists at L’Oréal, she joined the Neutrogena Corp., where she spent 13 years overseeing the development of skin, acne, body and sun care products.
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