Beekman 1802 farm-to-skin beauty line to debut on HSN

Lifestyle company Beekman 1802 will launch its new farm-to-skin beauty line on HSN later this month, with ranges including a Goat Milk Beauty collection of soap sets and creams.

Beekman Boys Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell to offer artisanal made and inspired products on HSN - Photo: HSN

Beekman 1802's Goat Milk Beauty collection will be sold in special curated sets for HSN. Hero products include a Whipped Body Cream Duo, Triple Milk Skin Brightening Facial four-piece set, and the Light as Air Goat Milk Day Cream and Eye Duo.

The Goat Milk Beauty collection was developed by Beekman founders Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Dr. Brent Ridge, along with local farmers seeking an additional income source to be able to keep their farms in business. 

Beekman 1802 makes and distributes products in the beauty, home, food, and garden categories. Kilmer-Purcell is a New York Times best-selling author and Ridge is a physician and the former vice president of Healthy Living at Martha Stewart Omnimedia.

"Beekman 1802 is our experiment in seasonal living, and HSN offers us the best platform to share our story. They've truly the mastered the art of storytelling," said Brent Ridge in a release. 

"We are excited to build upon the great success of Beekman 1802 by bringing the first farm-to-skin products to HSN consumers" commented Rob Robillard, vice president of integrated beauty for Qurate Retail Group.

In addition to the beauty collection, Beekman 1802 will also sell its Happy Place natural cleaning products on HSN.

The Goat Milk Beauty collection has a scheduled on-air date of July 31. Products range in price from $28 to $137 and will sell online as well as live on HSN.

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