STAMFORD, Conn. — Henkel has named David DiBernardino regional head, Consumer Beauty Care North America. In this role, DiBernardino will lead the Henkel Consumer Beauty business in the U.S. and Canada, with goals that include continuing the business‘ focus on building strong partnerships with retailers, meeting evolving consumer needs, advancing digitalization, and growing its eCommerce
STAMFORD, Conn.— Henkel’s Dial brand has launched its Clean + Gentle of body washes and antibacterial foaming hand washes. Besides being hypoallergenic, the products are dermatologist-tested and made without dyes, parabens, phthalates, and silicones. “With Clean + Gentle, Dial is appealing to the consumer who is seeking and using hypoallergenic products that are free from
ROCKY HILL, Conn. — Henkel has announced Steven Essick as president of the North America region. Essick, who also serves as the regional head of finance, is a 23-year Henkel veteran, who has served in global financial and commercial leadership roles with Henkel across Asia-Pacific, Europe and North America. “Our employees and our North American leadership team are well-positioned to
STAMFORD, Conn. — Henkel has launched in the U.S. Choicify, an online hair color consultancy tool. The new platform is available within the online user experience at Amazon and Walmart for all Henkel retail color brands, Schwarzkopf brands Simply Color, Color Ultime, Keratin Color and göt2b. Through artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality, Choicify offers
STAMFORD, Conn. — Henkel recently held ribbon cutting ceremonies at two new research and development facilities in Trumbull and Stamford. In Stamford, the 24,000 square foot facility employs about 40 people, and comprises a formulation lab, which develops Henkel Beauty Care products including Dial, Right Guard, Tone, Schwarzkopf and got2b, as well as Research Elm, a clinical testing lab.