The Mad Rabbit brand continues to gain steam in the tattoo after care space with its recent release of the Tattoo Repair Patch to offer consumers a sustainable and effective option to heal and protect tattooed skin.
Consisting of several products designed to moisturize and soothe skin and aching muscles, the Will Perform collection is currently available online and will be available in stores by the end of this month.
Through the recent launch, the manufacturer has directly addressed a specific consumer demand for cost-effective cosmetic brushes that perform well with solid stick cosmetic formulations without sacrificing performance results.
Soapbox recently released its latest collection of collagen-based bond-builder products online and in Walmart locations across the US, satisfying consumer demand for naturally formulated restorative hair care options.
The clean beauty brand originally launched with upcycled-cannabis-root derivatives as the hero ingredients. Now, nearly one year later, empyri is working with a more familiar part of the cannabis plant.
The beauty brand incubator, owned by LVMH, bought remaining stake and ownership of Kat Von D Beauty at the start of the year, renamed the brand, and is now launching new product and a new marketing campaign.
Late last week the brand, made popular worldwide by its oil-infused hair care, announced a new line of products: Moroccanoil Color Depositing Masks. The multitasking hair treatment masks seek to address current hair color trends and deliver on the brand’s...