NEW YORK — There is more "Good Stuff" to come from Lauren Hutton. Themodel and now businesswoman plans to launch a skin care line to supplement her Good Stuff makeup line in the first quarter.
The line consists of six products, including the Day and Night System, which includes a day cream, a night cream and an intensified serum. Youth Peel is also in the mix.
"Lauren wants an easy regimen to follow in everything she does," said Douglas Cooper, executive vice president and partner of Lauren Hutton Good Stuff LLC.
The skin care products have been formulated by a Paris-based doctor, who is a former model and friend of Hutton’s. "My friend was badly burned in an accident and stopped modeling," noted Hutton. "She went into chemistry and is now doing my line."
The skin care line is formulated for older, dry skin. Prices for the skin care products have not been finalized, but will be sold along with other Good Stuff items on the Home Shopping Network and laurenhutton.com.
The company will also be launching hair care in the second quarter and a line of vitamins and supplements in the fourth quarter.
As previously reported, Hutton launched her Good Stuff color collection Sept. 25.Executives declined to comment on first-year sales, but industry sources estimate that the cosmetics line could generate as much as $1 million in its first year.
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