NEW YORK — Under the cavernous ceilings of Cipriani 42nd Street, some 550 beauty industry executives gathered Tuesday for the 2003 Skin Sense Award Gala, to honor Procter & Gamble’s Susan Arnold and Allure editor Linda Wells. The annual event raised $775,000 in support of skin cancer awareness programs.

Arnold, president of global beauty, personal care and feminine care at P&G, said that despite detection programs, sophisticated products and editorials discouraging tanning, “millions have not heard the message.”

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