Valeant Consumer Products, a division of Valeant Pharmaceuticals North America LLC, has recognized the size and growth of the U.S. Hispanic Market as a primary pillar for success for its recently acquired over-the-counter lotion Caladryl. The brand ranks as the number one outdoor itch brand for Hispanics in the U.S. and number one Pharmacists recommended brand for poison ivy/ oak remedies.
Recognizing an emerging minority-majority market in key markets like Los Angeles, Houston, New York, Miami, among others, Caladryl’s new management team has made a strategic decision to focus more clearly on the Hispanic community with the former Johnson & Johnson product.
“We are excited to speak to the Latino consumer in their language about a product they grew up with. Caladryl is a familiar product to the Hispanic community, and we want to foster and embrace that connection through communications developed specifically for this audience, regional Spanish TV, and social media initiatives that will engage our key consumers and drive them to purchase,” states Katherine Salazar, Associate Director of Consumer Products at Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
Following a successful agency track record delivering double digit growth for another Valeant Pharmaceutical brand, Caladryl has New York and Denver based cultural agency XL Alliance as its Hispanic marketing partner.
“We are delighted to continue to expand our multicultural marketing support of Valeant’s portfolio of brands. We are confident that our go-to-market approach and in culture, in context and in market planning methodologies are ideal to accelerate Caladryl’s plan for growth” said Liliana Gil Valletta, Cofounder and Managing Partner of XL Alliance.