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Self Magazine Interviews BeautyStat.com Founder, Ron Robinson

Beauty Stats Monday, February 9, 2009 at 2:44 PM | posted by Elaine D’Farley As I’ve mentioned we’ve been working on our 2009 Healthy Beauty Awards which are predicated on the idea that you know what’s best when you see it, use it, and feel it. You know and we

WWD Announces the Launch of BeautyStat.com

Info Site Beautystat.com Launches by Andrea Nagel Posted Friday January 23, 2009 From WWD Issue 01/23/2008 Photo By Courtesy Photo Ron Robinson, a 20-year research and development executive for some of beauty’s leading firms — the Estée Lauder Cos. Inc., Avon Products Inc. and Revlon Inc., to name a few

WWD Announces The Launch of BeautyStat.com

Info Site Beautystat.com Launches by Andrea Nagel Posted Friday January 23, 2009 Photo By Courtesy Photo Ron Robinson, a 20-year research and development executive for some of beauty’s leading firms — the Estée Lauder Cos. Inc., Avon Products Inc. and Revlon Inc., to name a few — had come to

Self Magazine – “Beauty Stats” – BeautyStat.com Founder Ron Robinson Sits Down For an Interview with Self Magazine

See all blog posts » Beauty Stats Monday, February 9, 2009 at 2:44 PM | posted by Elaine D’Farley As I’ve mentioned we’ve been working on our 2009 Healthy Beauty Awards which are predicated on the idea that you know what’s best when you see it, use it, and feel

BeautyStat.com featured in LA Times “Weird Ingredients in Hair Care Products”

latimes.com BEAUTY Weird ingredients in hair products Do beer, hemp and placenta really help hair? We ask two cosmetic chemists. By Alene Dawson October 25, 2009 When it comes to beauty products, sometimes ignorance is bliss. Snake venom, bird droppings, snail serum, cow dung and whale vomit are but a

GCI Magazine

Connecting Connecting By: Josh Salés Posted: September 4, 2009, from the September 2009 issue of GCI Magazine. Ron Robinson, Founder, Beautystat.com Winning loyal repeat consumers is not getting any easier. Consider that there is an incredible number of products on both real and virtual shelves, and, as claims elevate to