Since Marie Drago launched Gallinée into the marketplace, it seems the entire industry has turned their attention to the microbiome. Well-known brands including La Roche-Posay (L'Oréal), Aveeno (Johnson & Johnson), and Elizabeth Arden (Revlon) have launched probiotic skin care products; and just this week, Unilever’s Dove brand posted an Introduction to the Skin Microbiome online. And there are plenty of startup brands getting in on this industry shift as well, perhaps most prominently, Gallinée, Tula, and Mother Dirt.
In this video interview, Drago explains how Gallinée products are carefully formulated and painstakingly manufactured “to help your skin help yourself;” her experience with Unilever Ventures; why she’s encouraging beauty consumers to “put vinegar on your face;” what she see “happening with the treatment of acne and eczema in the coming years;” and more!
Watch the full video interview between Marie Drago and Cosmetics Design editor Deanna Utroske to find out more.
Register HERE to learn more about the skin microbiome at the Cosmetics Design Summit 2019: Skin Microbiome Innovation, which is sponsored by DSM and Givaudan (Diamond sponsors); Solabia, BASF, and Sabinsa (Platinum sponsors); and Indena and Atlantia (Gold sponsors).
Deanna Utroske, CosmeticsDesign.com Editor, covers beauty business news in the Americas region and publishes the weekly Indie Beauty Profile column, showcasing the inspiring work of entrepreneurs and innovative brands.