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Ingrid Jackel appointed CEO of Yes To

BY Lesley Thulin

SAN FRANCISCO — Ingrid Jackel was named CEO of Yes To Inc., a natural beauty product manufacturer and distributor, on Monday.

At Yes To, Jackel will oversee the company’s North American expansion and international distribution. Jackel comes to Yes To from Physicians Formula, where she served as CEO, president and chairwoman. Jackel brings 20 years of experience to the position.

"Ingrid's impressive track record as an innovator in the beauty category makes her the ideal leader for Yes To as we embark on the next phase of growth for the brand," Scott Potter, Yes To chairman and managing partner of San Francisco Equity Partners, said.

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Pharmabox deploys grass roots kiosk location strategy

BY Michael Johnsen

MIAMI — Pharmabox on Monday launched a grass roots retail location strategy by asking future potential customers where they'd like to see to OTC kiosk.
 
"We are building out our plan for where to locate these wonderful systems, but we don't want to miss any areas where the demand for these products may be high, but the ease of purchasing is low," stated Alejandro Rodriguez, CEO Pharmabox. "Accordingly, we are accepting suggestions from the general public on where to locate a Pharmabox."
 
The Pharmabox Kiosk carries more than 140 of the top selling health and beauty products. 
 
Anyone interested in requesting a Pharmabox system near email [email protected] with their name and the specific location where they think a Pharmabox would be useful.

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NutraStim introduces laser hair comb at Cosmoprof North America

BY Lesley Thulin

LAS VEGAS — NutraStim launched its FDA-approved hair restoration device, NutraStim Pro Laser Hair Comb, at this July’s Cosmoprof North America trade show.

The product, which is designed for both men and women, increases hair density and thickens hair, using 12 low-level lasers that increase blood circulation and redirect nutrients to stimulate dormant follicles. The device features a comb without teeth, eliminating the interference of plastic in the laser pathway.

“We recognize that hair loss is a common issue that many men and women face,” NutraStim founder Peter von Berg said. “Our goal is to help fill a need with a highly affordable product that delivers effective results and that consumers can use in the privacy of their own home.”

30 million women and 50 million men experience hereditary hair loss, according to the American Academy of Dermatology.

Requiring three sessions per week at eight minutes per session, NutraStim is available at half the cost of its leading competitors.

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