Applying SPF To Your Assortment

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Roundtable — 57

After years of being thought of as a seasonal product, SPF is becoming a major commercial bright spot for beauty brands. But creating effective formulations that are clean and/or inclusive comes with its challenges. Join Nader Naeymi-Rad, Kevin Cureton, Chief Operating Officer of product developer and manufacturer Solésence, Bluemercury’s Tracy Kline and Vanessa Motley Coleman, Vice President of Digital at the brand KINLÒ as they reveal what’s driving the growth and consumer interest in the category, and the new technologies helping bring better, more inclusive options to market.


  • Nader Naeymi-Rad



  • Kevin Cureton

    Chief Operating Officer,
  • Tracy Kline

    Senior VP of Merchandising & Supply Chain,
  • Vanessa Motley Coleman

    VP Digital,

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Solésence Beauty Science is a beauty product developer and manufacturer of finished goods at the forefront of skin health. Solésence partners with global and indie brands to bring award-winning, patent-protected, clean, and inclusive environmental protection products to market via over a dozen market-ready offerings across skin care and makeup categories, as well as custom development, with turnkey options available across all paths to market.