5 celebrities with successful skin-care lines

5 celebrities with successful skin-care lines

Here, you'll find celebrities who currently have amazing beauty brands. Wanna know 5 of the most successful skin-care lines?  

It seems every celebrity is launching their own beauty brand these days. It doesn't matter if they are singers, actresses or maybe both. 

While some are a little more popular than others, there’s no doubt that the market for eyeshadows, perfumes and facial serums has grown a lot in the last couple of years.

Let's take a look at 5 celebrities who entered the skin-care business and succeed:
 

1-  Rihanna: Fenty Beauty

Rihanna created Fenty Beauty in 2017.

Rihanna completely changed the beauty game overnight with her skin-care line.

Rihanna created Fenty Beauty in 2017. The brand features a wide range of shades (50).

Her collection of 100-percent cruelty-free.

Her commitment to diversity and inclusivity resonated with customers, with the brand earning sales north of $100 million during its first few weeks on the market. The industry also took note, with major brands expanding their own shade ranges.

2- Alicia Keys: Keys Soulcare 

The soul singer launched her skin-care line earlier this year and it was a total success.

The line consists of elevated skin-care basics including cleanser, moisturizer, balm, mask, exfoliant, and mist; as well as a scented candle and obsidian roller to enhance your skin-care rituals.

“We talk about skin care, hair care, nail care, and all those cares—but we never talk about soul care,” Keys previously told Glamour about the line. “We never actually talk about how to go deeper with yourself and to be unafraid to sit with yourself.” 

3- Selena Gomez: Rare Beauty

Selena was heavily involved in the creation and development of each product. She wanted the line to “challenge the beauty myth of physical perfection.” 

Rare Beauty is a line dedicated to acceptance and self-love that one percent of all product sales will be donated to the Rare Impact Fund, which provides mental health services with a focus on those in underserved communities. 

Gomez has always been very open about her mental health. In an interview with WSJ Magazine, Selena said, “I had low self-esteem, and that’s something I work on continuously. But I feel so empowered because I’ve gained so much knowledge about what was going on mentally. My highs were really high, and my lows would take me out for weeks at a time. I found out I do suffer from mental health issues. And, honestly, that was such a relief. I realized that there was a way to get help and to find people that you trust. I got on the right medication, and my life has been completely changed.”

4- Lady Gaga: Haus Laboratories

$1 from each purchase is donated to the Born This Way Foundation, a nonprofit co-founded by Lady Gaga in 2012 to provide mental health resources. 

Pop superstar Lady Gaga launched her extensive beauty line in September 2019. 

"I believe almost all skin problems are cause by disruption of skin barrier and microbiome," she wrote. "My trick is to use solutions that balance my skin by interrupting any inflammation caused by free-radicals or products."

$1 from each purchase is donated to the Born This Way Foundation, a nonprofit co-founded by Lady Gaga in 2012 to provide mental health resources. 

5- Jessica Alba: Honest Beauty

Jessica Alba proudly considers herself a “pioneer of clean beauty.”

The company was created back in 2011 when not to many celebrities were into that.

The Honest Company started with household products and baby items with an emphasis on clean ingredients.

Honest Beauty skincare products include cleansers, creams, mists, moisturizers, serums, facial oils, eye creams and gels, and masks. 

Honest, she says, “is the brand for everyone,” and was founded with the goal of “democratizing clean beauty.”

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