LONDON — Since 2013, the British brand Revolution has gaining traction in the beauty market with its affordable price points and weekly product launches. It has also taken a unique approach with deliveries and, most recently, has launched a skin-care line and a 24-shade foundation collection in sync with the brand’s cruelty-free ethos.
The skin-care line consists of a quinoa night peeling serum, a rosehip seed oil and a CBD oil with products ranging in price from six pounds to 10 pounds. The skin care is already the second-biggest category on the brand’s web site, according to the company, with an estimated sales projection of $100 million at retail by 2020.
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