From high-end holistic skincare brands to billion-dollar celebrity makeup companies we round up nine cosmetics websites using the Shopify platform.
An early pioneer of the natural beauty industry, skincare brand Susanne Kaufmann uses active ingredients from the Alpine regions of Austria and Switzerland to formulate its products.
The company champions conscious production, sourcing and packaging thanks to its deep respect for the environment and the people who live in it.
Former Glamour magazine editor Nicola Elliott founded Neom Organics in 2005 having retrained as an aromatherapist and nutritionist.
The brand creates pure blends that address the effects of modern life – helping you to destress, sleep, boost your mood, calm your mind and energise your body.
Reality TV personality Kylie Jenner started selling Kylie Lip Kits, a liquid lipstick and lip liner set, in 2015. Following huge success, 51 per cent of the company was sold to Coty, Inc. in 2019 for $600 million.
Known today as Kylie Cosmetics, the brand sells a range of beauty products including lipsticks, blushes, bronzers, highlighters, brow essentials and eyeliners.
In response to demand for the treatments used at his revolutionary skin clinic in Sussex, England, doctor of Chinese medicine Mazin Al-Khafaji launched Dermatology M in 2020.
The brand remedies skin conditions such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, and rosacea, using creams, ointments, lotions and tinctures formulated using raw herbs and natural ingredients.
London brand Pixi Beauty was born in Soho in 1999. Its founder Petra Strand has over 20 years of experience as a makeup artist and is passionate about skincare.
The brand has since grown a loyal and global following thanks to the success of its youth-enhancing multipurpose products that are infused with botanicals and beneficial ingredients.
Jennifer Aniston is well known for her glossy hair, so it’s little wonder that the actress and producer would want to create her own haircare brand, LolaVie.
Aiming to combine the best of science and nature, LolaVie products are made with plant-based, naturally-derived ingredients that don’t include parabens, silicones, sulfates, phthalates, or gluten. They’re also cruelty-free.
Kuldeep Knox created haircare company Chämpo in 2019 having been inspired by the ancient Indian practices her grandmother used on her enduringly thick, lustrous hair.
Chämpo marries these Indian practices with naturally derived botanicals that have been meticulously considered, researched and tested to create its range of shampoos, conditioners, oils, creams and serums.
Pop singer Ariana Grande created her beauty brand REM to, “empower you with the tools you need to bring your most vivid, limitless, and creative dreams to life.”
The company’s target audience is “absolutely everybody and anybody who wants to wear makeup and feel incredible.” And like a lot of brands today, its products are vegan, cruelty-free, paraben-free and in recyclable packaging.
Kylie Jenner’s big sister Kim Kardashian’s company SKKN – formally known as KKW Beauty – was valued at US$1 billion when Kardashian sold 20 per cent of the company to Coty in 2020.
The brand’s high-end skincare collection boasts a nine-product ritual that aims to “bridge the gap between the world's most renowned dermatological experts and people at home seeking high-quality skincare.”
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