Jane Wurwand Featured In
Women’s Empowerment Ad Campaign

As a teenage girl, it is so important to have a role model in ones life who we aspire to be like and inspires us to fulfill our dreams. Jane Wurwand, founder and owner of Dermalogica, is one such person. She has served as inspiration for women for decades, and most recently, she has been chosen to participate in the 50 Years of the Pill: Bayer’s Celebration of Women’s Empowerment campaign, an online photo book that highlights such heroic women as Wurwand, Gloria Steinem, and others. The breathtaking black-and-white portraits were taken by legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz and also include winners of the Bayer’s Make Your Mark contest, a contest that honors women who have submitted unique ideas on how they plan to make a positive impact on their communities. Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals worked on this powerful retrospective with national nonprofit Step Up Women’s Network (SUWN) to highlight how far women have come in the past 50 years, since the introduction of the birth control pill. Wurwand serves as a mentor at SUWN, and Dermalogica helps to create fundraising events to benefit teen girls who are at risk. Says Wurwand, “I am dedicated to ensuring the next generation of women is empowered through our partnership with Step Up Women’s Networks, mentoring professional women and the girls who admire them is a value we share.”

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