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Neutrogena Names Kerry Washington Creative Consultant

October 18, 2013

Actress is also a spokesperson for the brand.

Neutrogena welcomed Emmy-nominated actress Kerry Washington has joined the brand’s current roster of talent. Not only will she be one of the faces for Neutrogena, but for the first time ever, she will also serve as a “creative consultant” to the brand, sharing her valuable insights with the marketing, scientific and retail teams.

“The more I learned about the company’s values, guiding principles, and commitment to quality, the more I realized that Neutrogena is so much more than your average beauty company.   I knew I wanted to be a part of a company that is helping to make a difference in people’s lives.  As a creative consultant, I will be able to have a real voice inside this amazing company, which is a tremendously exciting endeavor,” said Washington.  

“Neutrogena is about making a difference in women’s lives. We partnered with Kerry because she’s an inspiration to women everywhere and shares this same value system.  Her work ethic, charity commitments and, of course, her ability to balance it all while also having beautiful, healthy skin, made this an obvious fit.  She is truly aspirational to everyone,” said Michelle Freyre, general manager, Neutrogena.

Washington joins beauty icons Jennifer Garner, Julie Bowen, Gabrielle Union, Hayden Panettiere, Emma Roberts, Diane Lane and Sandra Echeverria as a member of the Neutrogena team.
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