The skincare brand got $3 million in seed funding led by New York’s Lerer Hippeau Ventures

While facials and high-end skincare are all the rage, it makes sense that a market for high quality but moderately priced products has opened up. Beauty chain Heyday garnered $3 million in seed funding led by New York’s Lerer Hippeau Ventures. Heyday is a New York chain that looks to provide personalizedl facials and spa skincare without the steep spa prices. The company also has an online store that stocks products for customers looking to have a spa day at home.

“Heyday’s success has been driven by a deep commitment to using data to inform what a truly great customer experience looks like in a space that’s growing and has huge opportunity for new consumer brands to emerge,” Lerer states in a statement. “The founders are brand first and care about their team and customer in a way that we’ve seen again and again in our most successful investments.”

Heyday

While facials and high-end skincare are all the rage, it makes sense that a market for high quality but moderately priced products has opened up. Beauty chain Heyday garnered $3 million in seed funding led by New York’s Lerer Hippeau Ventures. Heyday is a New York chain that looks to provide personalizedl facials and spa skincare without the steep spa prices. The company also has an online store that stocks products for customers looking to have a spa day at home.

“Heyday’s success has been driven by a deep commitment to using data to inform what a truly great customer experience looks like in a space that’s growing and has huge opportunity for new consumer brands to emerge,” Lerer states in a statement. “The founders are brand first and care about their team and customer in a way that we’ve seen again and again in our most successful investments.”