Global Category Manager Amy Jargo Pulls Back The Curtain On Whole Foods’ Whole Body Department
For natural beauty brands, 487-unit Whole Foods Market has been one of the primary stages for gaining national exposure, building relationships with compatible consumers and generating sales on a broad scale. It’s been a standard-bearer for ingredient scrutiny – it doesn’t allow more than 400 ingredients of concern under its premium body care guidelines ...
Want To Know The Latest On Clean Beauty, Travel And Social Media? Blogger Libby Vilner Has You Covered
Libby Vilner, the Israeli-born blogger behind Life With Libby, is the quintessential maven described in Malcolm Gladwell’s “The Tipping Point.” She’s the first to know about cool goods like Abeego beeswax wraps, try beauty brands like Mama Glow, visit destinations like Kazan, the Russian city she traveled to recently for a World ...
Volition Beauty Allows Individual Consumers To Create Products With Major Mass Appeal
Former investor and self-professed data geek Patricia Santos wasn’t the most likely candidate to launch a next-generation beauty brand. “I don’t think I ever thought that I actually could do it,” she says. “It’s a nice, safe place to be an investor and to not actually have to run the companies yourself.” Santos stepped out ...
The Sunscreen Company Puts Sun Protection At The Center Of Self-Care Routines
Sunscreen is one of the most challenging products in the beauty industry. It’s more regulated than other merchandise. People have strong opinions about how it should look, feel and work. Not everyone wears it regularly, and it can be tough for retailers to communicate what distinguishes subpar sunscreens ...
Aisling Organic Cosmetics Gives Millennials Instagram-Worthy Clean Beauty Products
Krysta Lewis, the 23-year-old founder and CEO of Aisling Organic Cosmetics, regularly encounters doubters who jump to conclusions about her business based on her age, but she wins them over with entrepreneurial acumen and an intense drive to convert millennials to organic makeup with her brand’s high-performance products. “It comes down to getting ...
The Duo Behind Podcast That’s So Retrograde Brings Wellness Wisdom From LA To Listeners Around The World
Elizabeth Kott and Stephanie Simbari, the friends behind popular podcast That’s So Retrograde, have taken a growing group of listeners along on their sometimes circuitous and often hilarious health and spiritual-awareness journeys since 2015. The LA-based duo interviews various wellness world luminaries weekly, including hormone expert Alisa Vitti, Free and Native founder Lacy ...