STAMFORD, Conn. Lornamead, a marketer of personal care brands whose portfolio includes Aqua Net, Finesse and Yardley, has appointed former Del Pharmaceuticals executive Randy Sloan as president, Drug Store News has learned.
Sloan, who sits on the board of the Consumer Healthcare Products Association, previously worked for Del Pharmaceuticals as executive vice president and general manager.
In 1998, the company began focusing on acquiring and investing in “orphaned” consumer brands. It currently has about 30 brands globally. For example, in 2006, it acquired the Finesse and Aqua Net Hair Care brands from Unilever. In 2005, Lornamead acquired Yardley from Procter & Gamble. The brand, established in 1770, is perhaps best known for its traditional bath luxuries, including Yardley English Lavender.