Beautycounter in the Press



…created a line of luxuries skin-care products (starting at $18) that are not only free of paragons but also free of other toxins. The company won’t put anything in its products that hasn’t been tested, and bans 1,500 plus contested chemicals.”


allure AM MOISTURIZER. “Pure and simple, this lightweight moisturiser with coconut oil, safflower oil, and aloe rescues sun-ravaged skin with zero grease.”



The Dirty on Getting Clean. Today, we go hardcore on the subject with Gregg Renfrew, founder of one of my favourite new lines, Beautycounter.”


lucky magazineBody Oil & Pouches. ” New Line We Love: Beautycounter!”



VOGUELUSTRO FACE OIL. “Arriving in minimalist black-and-buff packaging, Beautycounter’s moisturisers feel luxurious and indulgent but are streamlined to eliminate anything potentially harmful…”



“Beautycounter is as much about what’s out of its products and distribution as what is in them.”



Refinery29Beautycounter’s formulas are free of all 1,300 ingredients banned by the EU, those restricted in the States, and a list of other chemicals—dubbed the Never List—that may be carcinogenic, irritating, or others damaging to health.


business of fashion“She wanted the products to look, feel and perform as well as anything one would find at a luxury department store kiosk. But as crucial as those two elements were to the building of Beautycounter, which launched in March 2013, there was a third crucial factor at play: safety.”


fast company

“Beautycounter, a registered B Corp, counts spreading the word as its mission just as much as making a profit.”



LUSTRO FACE OIL. “I’m a huge believer in face oils, and these light, floral numbers are among the best.”


the new york times

“Drink, Mingle, and Talk Ingredients.”


Los Angeles Times“With Santa Monica-based Beautycounter, Gregg Renfrew aims to build a skincare empire that puts safety front and center.”


the huffington post

“Beautycounter reveals truth about your cosmetics…”