Eon Aims To Be A Safe, Effective Alternative To CoolSculpting

Eon is out to unseat CoolSculpting as the preeminent body contouring treatment. Starting last year, the United States Food and Drug Administration-approved robotic laser device began entering a mix of

Commodity Changes The Language Of Fragrance To Democratize It, Readies For A Sephora Relaunch

Commodity is on a mission to become a standard-bearer for modern American perfumery. The brand is working to achieve that mission by changing the language of fragrance to make it more accessible to American consumers and reentering...

KraveBeauty Puts The Spotlight On Sustainable Sourcing With Its Newest Product

KraveBeauty founder and CEO Liah Yoo is an advocate for slowing down skincare, but she didn’t anticipate the process leading to her skincare brand’s latest launch, makeup remover Makeup Re-Wined, would be as slow as it turned...

Reusable Beauty Packaging Isn’t Mainstream, But Plaine Products Hopes To Be A Major Player In Getting It There

There have been strides toward the spread of reusable and refillable beauty packaging, including Lush’s installation of refill stations at its locations globally. However, any consumer shopping for beauty products at their local big-box chain store has...

As Consumers Grapple With Inflation, Badgley Mischka Bets On Affordable Fragrances From Mark And James

In an uncertain economy, Badgley Mischka is banking on consumers seeking out affordable luxuries. Mark Badgley and James Mischka, the designers behind the brand, are rolling out a trio of perfumes as part of their diffusion fragrance line...

“A Lot Of Opportunity”: How Upstart Menstrual Product Brands Are Benefiting From The Tampon Shortage

As large tampon makers struggle to fill retail shelves, consumers are flocking to alternative brands with available menstrual essentials.  Last week, The Flex Company, which sells menstrual cups and discs at...