New Skincare Brand Long Haul Spa Turns Dreaded International Flights Into Luxurious Me-Time
Over the last five years, Christine Keeling figures she’s taken over 70 international flights. As a Canadian living in Brisbane, Australia and working for North American companies, global travel is an occupational requirement for her. Unfortunately, it’s not a recommended beauty ritual. “If you do any long-haul flying, you understand how horrible it is ...
Butt Battle: Bawdy Beauty Alleges Yes To Copied Its Sheet Mask For The Backside
Bawdy Beauty, the brand behind colorful butt sheet masks sold at Ulta Beauty, Credo, Free People and Urban Outfitters, is accusing mass market skincare staple specialist Yes To of copying its signature derrière care. On Monday, Yes To revealed in a post on its Instagram account that it would be selling the ...
One Year In, New York Detox Destination Clean Market Cooks Up Plans To Add Two Locations
New Yorkers in the know wouldn’t peg Midtown as the nabe to find a healthy living oasis, but, in the year since it’s opened there, Clean Market has been consistently luring the city’s Lululemon-clad wellness warriors above 14th Street. Co-founded by cook, nutritional coach and blogger Lily Kunin with backing from Jack Terzi, a ...
How Indie Beauty Brands Identify The Right Contract Manufacturers For Them
In this edition of Beauty Independent’s ongoing series posing questions to beauty entrepreneurs, we ask 15 brand founders and executives: How did you choose your contract manufacturer?
What’s In A Brand Name? For Mineral Sunscreen Specialist Sconset, It Makes All The Difference
When Tera Washburn, her two sisters and mother (Tori, Jacqueline and Patricia, respectively) were developing their sunscreen brand three years ago, the name they selected, Clean, wasn’t a ubiquitous term. “It was before ‘clean’ was trendy and the description of a beauty section,” says Washburn. “We realized clean could also refer to everything from ...