By  on June 18, 2018

More U.S. consumers are turning to ingredients from Australia to get this season’s coveted skin-care glow. In fact, with the growth of logos such as Frank Body and Crop Natural, Australia is emerging as a hotbed of activity.

The latest brand gaining traction is Generation Clay, sister skin-care brand to Blaq (an activated charcoal skin-care line), which has already secured physical space in Barney’s, Space NK, Riley Rose, Anthropologie, Credo, Neiman Marcus and a number of independent retailers nationwide. The Australian clay-based products are sold online at sites including Revolve, Net-a-porter, Goop, Luckyscent and Dermstore. While physical stores are not in the immediate future, company founder Ryan Channing doesn’t rule out pop-ups.

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