Glow Recipe co-founders and Shark Tank alums Christine Chang and Sarah Lee had no idea their little online store, offering a curated assortment of Korean beauty products, would explode into the multi-million dollar business it is today. Now, Glow Recipe is a Korean skincare company in its own right, selling out at Sephora on the regular. Today, we’ve got Christine Chang in the studio to tell us the inside story behind Glow Recipe’s massive success and what it’s like to go from L’Oréal marketing interns to beauty moguls – with their sights set on Australian expansion next.
Find out the origin story behind the best-selling Watermelon Glow Sleeping Mask (a jar is sold every 3 minutes in over 33 countries around the world) that’s as precious in pastel pink packaging as it is effective at coaxing that covetable glass skin glow. The New York-based Mom and entrepreneur also launched a diffusion line, called Sweet Chef, exclusively at Target stores earlier this year. You’ll hear all the scoop on two follow up products hitting store shelves this month.
Keep your ears perked as Christine tells us which Korean beauty influencers she follows herself, where to eat the best Korean food in New York City, and finally, you won’t want to miss her personal #christineglowtips for eliciting the very best glow yourself—Glow Recipe style.
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Products mentioned in this episode: Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Sleeping Mask; Glow Recipe Watermelon Glow Ultra-Fine Mist; Sweet Chef Ginger Kombucha + Vitamin D Chill Mist; Sweet Chef Superfood + Vitamins Moisture Boost; Atopalm Real Barrier Intense Moisture Cream; Blithe Tundra Chaga Pressed Serum; MAKEP:REM UV Defense Me Blue Ray Sun Gel SPF 50