Sheldon Pinnell, the lead scientist behind the formation of L’Oréal-owned skin-care brand SkinCeuticals, died on July 4 in Durham, N.C., after a 10-year battle with cancer.
With a focus on antioxidants, Pinnell, 76, was the first to patent a stable form of vitamin C. His work inspired the creation in 1994 by his son Alden Pinnell and Russell Moon of dermatological skin-care brand SkinCeuticals, which was purchased by L’Oréal in 2005.
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