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Carter-Wallace Nair, Pearl Drops brand sales up in FY 1997; consumer product sales down.

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

CARTER-WALLACE NAIR FACIAL DEPILATORY "SUBSTANTIAL" SALES INCREASE follows the re-positioning of the company's line in 1995, Carter-Wallace's fiscal 1997 (ended March 31) annual report states. The sales increase for Nair Creme for the Face was part of a greater revenue growth within the Nair depilatory brand, Carter-Wallace noted. During the fiscal year, the firm introduced 3-in-1 lotion hair remover and a washable waxing gel under the Nair banner.



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