Sales: $130 million
$130 million (estimated)
Jane Wurwand and Ray Wurwand, founders; Jerald J. Wenker, president and chief operating officer; Loretta Stanley, chief financial officer; Weslie Rau, vice president; Rob Steere, vice president, operations; Diana Howard, vice president, research and development; Dawn Blackstone, vice president, global marketing; Ivor Gordon, vice president, international sales; Mike Larrain, vice president, domestic sales; Mary Allan, vice president, global education, The International Dermal Institute; Mathew Divaris, vice president,branding and creative; Jodi Burke, vice president, human resources; Nathalie Banker, public relations manager
Skin care products including cleansers, toners, exfoliants, moisturizers, masks, boosters, shave products, sun and body care and targeted treatments marketed under the Dermalogica brand name.
Ultra calming relief masque, serum concentrate and mist; Clean Start teen skin care line
Dermalogica is expanding its educational and training programs with the Dermalogica Academy, its first undergraduate curriculum to train licensed skin therapists. Located in New York City, the academy expands upon the brand’s original postgraduate education facility, The International Dermal Institute (IDI). With a maximum of 12 students per class and “highly personalized teaching in an optimum learning environment” students will be able to complete the New York State licensing requirements of 600 hours in less than 18 weeks.
The academy is located in a 6,000-sq. ft. space in the Chelsea section of New York City. The space is built to comply with strict Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) eco-requirements, making it the only LEED-certified trade school in New York City. The classrooms are virtually paperless, with interactive smartboard technology and iTouch, iPhone and iPad decks.