Space Wash, a gentle foaming cleanser that washes away oil and makeup without making skin feel tight or stripped, is the brand’s first non-sticker offering; there’s also a rainbow version of Hydro-Stars, with 100% of net proceeds going to the Black-Led Movement Fund and the Hetrick-Martin Institute for LGBTQ+ Youth. Moisture On Mars, a light, oil-free moisturizer, is set to launch soon. Prices are mid-range, starting from $16 for Space Wash or a sheet of 32 Hydro-Stars, and Schott notes that they’ve recently been able to bring prices down as the business has increased in scale. “I don’t like the idea of luxury pricing for the sake of it,” she says. Everything’s vegan, cruelty-free, pregnancy-safe, and formulated to meet US Credo Beauty’s “clean” beauty standards, which Schott explains were the strictest they could find.
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