Developing Feminine Hygiene Products

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Spotlight — episode 18

Propelled by millennials and members of gen Z, the beauty industry has pushed into the arena of sexual health and wellness, making it one of the buzziest and fastest-growing categories in the market. Startups offering elevated and sustainably crafted pleasure and feminine hygiene products have benefited greatly and more traditional beauty and wellness brands are looking to get in on the action. Join Nader Naeymi-Rad, Derme & Co.’s founder Manon Pilon, Beauty Independent’s Claire McCormack and SweetSpot Labs founder Julie Chamberlain as they discuss why the feminine hygiene segment has exploded over the last decade, discuss the challenges around developing safe and effective products in this space and what the next evolution of feminine hygiene and sexual health will be.


  • Nader Naeymi-Rad



  • Julie Chamberlain

    SweetSpot Labs
  • Claire McCormack

    Beauty Independent
  • Manon Pilon

    Derme & Co.

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