The COVID-19 outbreak has upended beauty retail, manufacturing, product development and supply chains. Brands of every scale are learning in real time how to cope with the new reality and the long-term impacts that will come next. Codex Beauty founder Barb Paldus recently hopped on a video call with Jeb Gleason-Allured, content director of Global Cosmetic Industry, to discuss how her brand is adapting to the disruption.
Paldus explains that redundancies in the supply chain and e-commerce immersion have helped the brand remain competitive. At the same time, however, new product development has been delayed temporarily as various regions have shut down.
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About Codex Beauty
Bioscience-led, Codex Beauty offers organic luxury skin care with a clinical mindset. In addition to its Bia range, the brand recently launched its Limited-Edition Earth Day Soap as a gift with every purchase. The soap is zero-waste and was created with bar shavings collected from Bia soap production.
The botanical bars are cold-pressed, wrapped in soy wax paper, sealed with a sticker and placed in a PEFC carton, rendering all external packaging sustainable and biodegradable.
The company also engages in wild harvesting of organic raw materials and leverages biodegradable packaging elsewhere in its offerings.