Skin Laundry is expanding its locations, services and in-house line of products, bridging the gap between beauty and medicine with personalized virtual assistance for prescription items and procedures

Skin Laundry, skin care company that offers premium products and laser facials, is expanding its business. In addition to its 22 international locations, the brand will be opening its first locations in Florida this March.

Along with growing its brick-and-mortar presence, Skin Laundry will also be adding to its Wash & Wear skin care line, which includes moisturizing mists, sheet masks and pillowcases, as well as its prescription line SLRx. The retailer is also testing out telemedicine programs for even more value-added service, hoping to take advantage of the gap it perceived in the crossover between medical and beauty, with today's consumers looking for accessible consultations and procedures for cosmetic concerns.

Yen Reis, founder of Skin Laundry, explains, “You will see a trend with brands blurring that line between beauty and medical more, and making ‘medical’ procedures more accessible and affordable. The consumer these days wants smart and instant results. They are bright enough to find information, so [the industry] can’t con them for much longer.” As it expends, Skin Laundry hopes to maintain a competitive edge by specializing in more advanced and upscale treatments and services while offering them at a manageable price point, ranging from $75-$250.

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Skin Laundry, skin care company that offers premium products and laser facials, is expanding its business. In addition to its 22 international locations, the brand will be opening its first locations in Florida this March.

Along with growing its brick-and-mortar presence, Skin Laundry will also be adding to its Wash & Wear skin care line, which includes moisturizing mists, sheet masks and pillowcases, as well as its prescription line SLRx. The retailer is also testing out telemedicine programs for even more value-added service, hoping to take advantage of the gap it perceived in the crossover between medical and beauty, with today's consumers looking for accessible consultations and procedures for cosmetic concerns.