By  on August 30, 2019

Johnson & Johnson quietly shook up its beauty division earlier in the summer, WWD has learned.

Sebastien Guillon and Michelle Freyre, former global president of beauty and U.S. president of beauty, respectively, at Johnson & Johnson, have exited amidst a restructuring of the health-care giant’s beauty business, which has been streamlined to focus on areas where sales are growing — primarily skin care. The division is now run by Deeptha Khanna in the new position of global president, skin health and the office of marketing value. In the U.S., Duda Kertész has been named U.S. president of skin health. Khanna and Kertész’s roles took effect on July 1.

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