November 27, 2020

MyChelle Dermaceuticals to Enter Kohl’s

Natural skin-care brand MyChelle Dermaceuticals is moving from the natural channel to mainstream retail.
MyChelle, which makes prestige-priced natural skin care and color cosmetics, has primarily been sold through natural grocers such as Whole Foods (now owned by Amazon) — until September, when it will enter Kohl’s stores and This is the brand’s first major brick-and-mortar retailer outside the natural channel.
“We really see consumer demand for premium natural skin care that’s also efficacious,” said Maggie Joslyn, director of communications and digital strategy for MyChelle. “Kohl’s will introduce MyChelle to a broader customer segment who is seeking clean skin care but may not be shopping the conventional natural channels.”
An assortment of 17 stockkeeping units will launch in 324 Kohl’s doors and online next month. Joslyn noted that the brand is not concerned about the retailer’s recent announcement that it is downsizing stores, as the primary focus of the MyChelle launch at Kohl’s is e-commerce.
Included in the Kohl’s assortment are two of MyChelle’s hero antiaging lines, Remarkable Retinal and Perfect C Radiance, both of which offer natural alternatives to traditional Vitamin A and C treatments.
“We’re seeing ourselves finding more opportunity in less traditional avenues because our brand is such a hybrid —

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