Ron Robinson, a 20-year research and development executive for some of beauty’s leading firms — the Estée Lauder Cos. Inc., Avon Products Inc. and Revlon Inc., to name a few — had come to believe his role as a scientist and product developer was contributing to women’s confusion about skin care products.
“I was part of the problem,” he said about his past life, one where he concocted everything from antiaging serums to acne fighters for the industry’s best and brightest marketers.
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