Tammy Yaiser and Mindy Goldstein, PhD, will join the R&D team of Atlantic Coast Media Group (ACMG), maker of Hydroxatone.
Yaiser has been named the vice president of the company's R&D department. She comes to ACMG from Fusion Brands where she drove product development for the Fusion Beauty, CLEAN and Veripur brands R&D to launch. She will helm product development for ACMG’s luxury beauty lines Keranique, DNA, Luminique, Sarah McNamara Beauty New York and Hydroxatone.
Goldstein joins ACMG from Estée Lauder, where she served as executive director of R&D. She has been president of the National Society of Cosmetic Chemists and serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine. Goldstein earned her doctorate in studying UV and gamma radiation damage to DNA and DNA repair.