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Dayton businesswoman lands on national radio show

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.

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Gullette, a certified trichologist, helped test and develop the recently-released line designed by Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble for African Americans.

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“Moisture retention is one of the number one problems that we have,” Gullette said.

The line tackles that concern, she said.  

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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.

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