The supermodel’s skin-care line — that she develops with Dr. Jean-Louis Sebagh — is rolling out new packaging and formulations, including one containing a blue light filter.
Brands are pumping their products full of ingredients to protect skin from light emitted from smartphone screens.
The plan is to get skin-care products in the hands of more makeup artists and their celebrity clients.
Now positioned as a standalone brand apart from Valmont, L’Elixir des Glaciers’ new collection pays homage to honeybees.
Banking on the global sheet mask trend, the brand is making inroads in the market here.
A pioneer in the U.S. for Korean beauty, TonyMoly eyes opening its own flagship.
Industry sources estimated the product could do $10 million in sales in its first year.
The doctor is adding a luxe treatment to his existing line and launching a new venture with Seacrest.
The Wellery lends proof to the synergy between looking and feeling good, as consumers who come for workouts stay for beauty experiences.