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If you ever find yourself worried about those pesky wrinkles or the fact your skin is starting to look, well, a little lackluster, P&G Beauty senior scientist Dr. Rolanda Johnson has got you covered. Her impressive background in science (she has a Ph.D. in organic chemistry) and many years of experience with the P&G family benefit Dr. Johnsons research work with top-notch dermatologists, clinicians and other P&G Beauty scientists to help come up with the latest in hair, skin and scalp care technologies and products.
Dr. Johnson comes by her beauty science role naturally. With parents who both worked in the field, not only was she surrounded by science her whole life, but she also grew up as a bona fide beauty junkie fascinated by everything to do with makeup and hair.
Even though beauty science is what Dr. Johnson enjoys the most, shes not all lab coats and beakers! She loves getting out of the lab to teach others about groundbreaking beauty technology, the benefits of ingredients, and new products. Spreading the word means lecturing at professional gatherings, but shes also been known to speak to grade-school students and conduct workshops for science teachers on the importance of science and the impact it has on our lives.
No argument here! Dr. Johnsons work has included helping bring about exciting breakthroughs that improve at-home hair-coloring kits, as well as making it easier for P&G to measure the effectiveness of scalp care products. You can think of her next time youre applying that innovative skin care product that helps make your skin glow!