derma e® Natural Bodycare Hires National Sales Director

SIMI VALLEY, CA ––derma e® Natural Bodycare, the second fastest growing company in the natural skincare industry has appointed Jeff Carducci to the newly created position of National Sales Director.

Previously, Carducci was the National Sales Director at Neutrogena, a Johnson & Johnson company with annual US sales of over $700 million. While at Neutrogena, Jeff held various sales positions with responsibility for field sales, trade funding and category management for the well-known personal care company. During his tenure with Neutrogena, the company grew from a small niche player to a US leader of skin, hair and suncare products.

As a member of derma e®’s executive team, Carducci will be responsible for building on derma e®’s strong equity by taking it to additional channels of distribution. He plans to accomplish this by leveraging his expertise in the skincare industry and his contacts in the traditional Food, Drug, Mass (FDM) category that he developed over 19 years at Neutrogena.

“With the increasing demand for natural and organic personal care products, there is a wealth of potential at derma e®, and I’m eager to play an active role in the company’s growth. I am also excited to partner with Gina Ferrato, the company’s North American Sales Manager, to leverage our current distribution model, ensuring the brand’s equity is appropriately positioned in the marketplace,” says Carducci.

For nearly 25 years, derma e® Natural Bodycare has been pioneering the development of high-performance antioxidant skincare solutions. The comprehensive line of natural products is paraben-free, cruelty-free, 100% vegetarian and includes over 90 SKUs. derma e® can be found in 5000+ retail locations across the U.S., with additional distribution internationally and on

derma e® is a family owned and operated company dedicated to serving the natural products retailer.


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