Good Molecules now available at Beautylish

Monday, February 25, 2019

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Good Molecules by Beautylish
Back in late January, I received my Lucky Bag from Beautylish and inside was a new product from a brand new line called Good Molecules. It was the first hint that Beautylish found a replacement company after Brandon Truaxe, then CEO of Deciem, dropped Beautylish.

From Beautylish:
The idea behind Good Molecules is simple: skincare that works at a fair price. Founded by a team of beauty industry veterans, Good Molecules creates skincare solutions with best-in-class ingredients, backed by research and formulated for effectiveness. By working directly with top labs, Good Molecules offers products that target skin issues—like acne, redness, and hyperpigmentation—without the traditional retail markup. See a difference in your skin, starting at just $6.
Good Molecules was created by the folks at Beautylish in September 2018 after Brandon Truaxe, then CEO and founder of Deciem, unexpectedly cut ties with Beautylish. Nicola, the current CEO of Deciem, recommended to Nils that he partner with Garden of Wisdom as an alternative to Deciem. I don't know if GoW is the manufacturer for Good Molecules but we do know that Beautylish owns Good Molecules and will be providing an affordable alternative to Deciem.

I’ve always loved shopping at Trader Joe’s. If you’re not familiar, Trader Joe’s is a chain of grocery stores with a unique range of merchandise from Mandarian Orange Chicken to Peanut Butter Filled Pretzels. Whenever you visit their store you can expect two things: great value for your money and new discoveries you’ll love. Shopping at Trader Joe’s puts a smile on your face and makes you feel like a smart shopper. How do they do it? By filling their stores with top quality goods sourced at the same places traditional brands use to make theirs. Instead of wasting money on advertising and promotions, Trader Joe’s delivers quality and value while surprising customers with fun new arrivals. The result is loyal shoppers. As a customer, I appreciate that approach to business. So why am I telling you all of this? Because now we’re taking a page out of the Trader Joe’s playbook. We’re doing so with the introduction of Good Molecules, a new skin care brand developed by the team at Beautylish incorporating our customer feedback, reviews and concerns. The brand is starting with a small selection of products using high quality oils and active ingredients that really work to improve your skin. And don’t worry. We’ve partnered with some of world’s best skin care labs to make sure all formulations do not include parabens, synthetic fragrances or mineral oil to name a few. Prices start at $6 in the spirit of Trader Joe’s! You can shop Good Molecules on (link in bio) and soon to be available directly on Look forward to hearing what you think! Best, Nils, Co-founder of Good Molecules Ps...I’d love to hear your feedback or suggestions -> Photo by @traderjoesobsessed
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So now that we know that it's indeed owned by Beautylish let's talk about the products! The following information is from Beautylish's website.

  • Overnight Exfoliating Treatment $6
    Blend of 10% alpha and beta hydroxy acids help to resurface and renew, smoothing away dead skin cells and unclogging pores to reveal visibly radiant skin.
  • Niacinamide Serum $6
    Helps to refine skin tone and texture for a brighter, healthier-looking complexion.
  • Hyaluronic Acid Serum $6
    This water-light serum draws moisture to the skin for long-lasting hydration.
  • Wake Up Eye Serum $8
    Brightens, firms, and reduces puffiness around your eyes with caffeine and pumpkin extract for a noticeably more energized appearance.
  • Squalane Oil $8
    100% plant-derived squalane to soften and seal in moisture for a healthy, hydrated complexion.
  • Ultra-Hydrating Facial Oil $10
    Lightweight blend of camellia oil and sea buckthorn oil relieves dryness and dehydration, leaving you with a smooth, dewy glow.
  • Super Peptide Serum $12
    A blend of peptides and copper tripeptides helps to hydrate, brighten, and smooth for a healthy, youthful-looking glow.
  • The Super Seven $56 - contains all seven items.

I've been using the Wake Up Eye Serum since the end of January and I like it. The downside to it is that it's a bit tingly under my eyes, possibly from the caffeine, but I have seen it help with my undereye bags. I've ordered the Super Seven (which will include another Wake Up Eye Serum) and am excited to try the rest of the products.


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