Do you love learning about the faces behind your favorite brands? Wish you could find out how they got their start? Then, read on. We’ve interviewed the best in the business, from brand creators to top beauty professionals, to find out why they got involved in the beauty industry, what inspired them to develop their amazing skin care, hair care or cosmetic products, and what sets them apart from their competitors.
Featured Interview: Kelly Teegarden Organics
Q: How was Kelly Teegarden Organics started? What were the brand's main objectives upon setting out?
A: Kelly Teegarden Organics was founded by Stage III thyroid cancer survivor Kelly Teegarden (pictured above) after she discovered cancer-causing and endocrine-disrupting ingredients in the skin care products she used daily. This alone was so alarming that it inspired her to create KTO. Kelly’s goal was to formulate a luxurious, instantly hydrating anti-aging skin care line...
Recently, DermStore was able to sit down with RevitaLash—we hope you'll love the story behind this amazing brand as much as we do! Read Full Interview »
Interview: Nick Chavez Beverly Hills
Nick Chavez's eponymous hair care line offers solutions to transform any type of hair into a shiny, healthy, gorgeous mane. DermStore recently caught up with the brand to discuss its roots, its objectives, and what makes it different. Read Full Interview »
By delivering concentrated oxygen into your complexion, Dermacyte is breathing new life into modern skin care. We recently sat down with the brand to discuss how their history, as well as the philosophy behind their unique products. Read on to learn everything there is to know about this innovative line. Read Full Interview »
Interview: DermStore Q&A with Personal Microderm
Q: How was Personal Microderm started?
A: Two partners from the Atlanta area who sell, renovate and market microdermabrasion and laser equipment to Doctors felt that there was a need to offer this service to the general public. They were driven to find a simple hand held tool that would give similar results to what their very expensive machines did.. Read Full Interview »