A Dayton business woman was spotlighted Friday on a nationally syndicated radio show.
Shawon Brown-Gullette, the owner of Dayton Trichology Hair Loss Control Center and Infinitee Salon & Spa, appeared on the Tom Joyner Morning Show to talk about her involvement with Pantene Gold Series.
Tom Joyner airs weekday mornings on 92.1 WROU.
Gullette, a certified trichologist, helped test and develop the recently-released line designed by Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble for African Americans.
“Moisture retention is one of the number one problems that we have,” Gullette said.
The line tackles that concern, she said.
Gullette was the only trichologist on a team that included chemists and a dermatologist.
Trichology is the study of disorders of the hair and scalp.
A hairstylist for 25 more than years, Gullette began to explore trichology after seeing clients for years battling hair loss.