As the market demand for anti-aging beauty products continues to grow, Dynamis Skin Science now has a new president leading the company's expansion of its product lines and distribution channels.
Annette Tobia, founder and CEO Dynamis Skin Science, has named John Favreau president of the company, effective Sept. 1, 2016. Dynamis, which makes MEG 21 with Supplamine, is a science-based company specializing in skincare products for the face, neck, décolleté, and hands, which inactivates skin-damaging sugar from the skin.
This appointment marks an exciting new era in the history of Dynamis Skin Science and its MEG 21 with Supplamine line of anti-aging skin care products
"This appointment marks an exciting new era in the history of Dynamis Skin Science and its MEG 21 with Supplamine line of anti-aging skin care products," said Tobia. "The opportunities for us are limitless: We continue the basic scientific research that has made MEG 21 with Supplamine products the treatment of choice for many dermatologists, plastic surgeons, and estheticians in exclusive beauty salons."
The Road to Expansion
The company is making moves to both extend its current product line and expand into new distribution channels both in the United States and internationally.
To aid with these moves, the company said Favreau has extensive global experience, with broad P&L responsibility, along with a deep background in comprehensive strategic planning, brand management and marketing, and business operations.
Most recently, Favreau founded Little Lake Partners, a strategic advisory firm, where he led the start-up launches of The Sleep Shirt, Go Go Golosh, Lizworks, Julie's, and Let It Block. Favreau also pioneered company expansions, including Chrome Hearts, Dean & DeLuca, Sherry Cassin, Carlos Falchi, Staerk, Vera, Miguelina, Loomstate, BAB, and the Albright Fashion Library.