High Beauty Sees 1,581% Sales Growth From January to December

High beauty continues to expand its distribution, seeing a 1581% sales growth from January 2019 to December 2019.
High beauty continues to expand its distribution, seeing a 1581% sales growth from January 2019 to December 2019.
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Cannabis sativa seed oil powered skin care brand, high, has grown its global retailers in the United States, Canada and Europe, leading to a 1,581% growth in sales from January 2019 to December 2019.

Related: High Beauty Launches Exclusively at Sephora

The brand’s products are formulated with Cannabis sativa seed oil in combination with certified organic plant oils, high-potency antioxidants and pure plant essential oils. The products are also free of psychoactive substances, including THC and CBD.

High beauty is the first cannabis brand in Macy’s, with other U.S. retailers like Sephora, Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, Terrain, Amazon and Beauty Collection. It is also available internationally through European retailers Douglas and Amazon. Canadian distributors currently include Indigo, Hudson’s Bay, The Shopping Choice, Shoppers Drug Mart, Health Hut, Jacob & Sebastion and Heal Flow Wellness Centre.

Additionally, high beauty products are available online through highbeauty.com, Amazon,Revolve, Phorbe, THG Ideas With Momentum including Skinstore.com and Lookfantastic.com.

Current high beauty products include:

  • High Expectations: cannabis facial oil
  • High Five: cannabis facial moisturizer
  • High Eye-Q: cannabis eye gel
  • High Priority: cannabis cleansing foam
  • High Maintenance: cannabis peeling mask

“The chemistry of cannabis fascinated me. Cannabis sativa is a plant, essentially a weed, that has endurance and longevity,” high beauty founder and CEO Melissa Jochim said. “I believe this leads to cannabis' abundant benefits–it is an ingredient that is only just beginning to have its true potential understood. I'm excited top retailers from around the world embrace high beauty and our positioning in the cannabis skincare market.”

Jochim continued, “I wanted to capture cannabis' endurance, the plant's innate chemistry, when I formulated our high skincare compositions. The skin can absorb these ingredients, allowing it to thrive. The definition of high to me is feeling beautiful in the skin you are in at any age.”

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