Get to Know G.M. Collin President Marc Sayer

Get to know Marc Sayer, president of G.M. Collin.

For the past 60 years, G.M. Collin has continued its tradition of excellence and innovation by developing superior skincare products, achieving unmatched results for all skin types and conditions. Marc Sayer leads as president of G.M. Collin and founder of the Lab Dermo-Cosmetik, which has developed G.M. Collin products since 1990 in North America.


What has been your greatest accomplishment in the industry?

I founded the Lab Dermo-Cosmetik in 1990 with a great team of scientists, comprised of chemists, dermatologists, and biologists, who conduct hundreds of studies in the development of new products. 

What about your job do you enjoy most?

I really enjoy seeing the incredible results of each G.M. Collin skincare solution we develop, which empowers our teams, our valued partners, and our consumers.

How does your company stand out from its competitors?

We challenge the status quo through continuous improvement by ensuring an incomparable 360-degree service and optimal results with extensive research and meticulous clinical evaluations.

How do you incorporate wellness into your daily life?

I believe that balance is key to a healthy lifestyle. I train regularly and promote positive relationships on a professional level while devoting time for my family, which is very important.

How do you stay passionate about what you do? 

I try to create a stimulating environment with passionate people. We constantly look for new goals and challenges to maintain a continuous improvement to satisfy our skincare professionals and consumers.


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