CINCINNATI -- Procter & Gamble predicts a further blurring of the lines between health and beauty products, company executives said during a recent media briefing here. "We have developed a core appreciation for the inner relationship between health and beauty," said Scott Mautz, associate director, health care, North American market strategy and planning. One example is skin care products that integrate health and beauty components. Another is oral care products, such as whitening ...

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