MILAN — Before Davide Bollati, founder and chairman of Davines SpA, embarked on his career in the beauty industry, he studied pharmacy in his native Parma, Italy — writing his thesis on cosmetics solutions to skin inflammation and the production of free radicals — and got a master’s degree in cosmetic science from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Now, Bollati’s interest in skin care has come full circle, as he prepares to launch a new Comfort Zone product line, Skin Regimen, and a book, “Skin Regimen: The Essential Lifestyle Guide for Skin Longevity and Beauty,” in the U.S. this month.
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