4 Beauty Brands That Shut Down In 2022

2022 was a difficult 12 months for the sweetness trade, from the lingering pandemic to hovering inflation and provide chain points. As a consequence, many magnificence manufacturers didn’t make it to the tip of the 12 months.
 
Some manufacturers had been shut down with the intention to relaunch underneath new names, whereas others suffered from dwindling gross sales. Whatever the explanation, these 4 manufacturers didn’t survive the 12 months:

1. KKW (*4*)
Kim Kardashian shut down her perfume model KKW (*4*) at midnight on May 1, in order that she may relaunch the model sooner or later underneath a brand new model title—and underneath a brand new internet retailer.
 
Kim Okay posted on Instagram: “(*4*) as lots of you realize is deeply private for me. I put my coronary heart and soul into each bottle, and I’m so extremely happy with each KKW (*4*) product and collaboration that now we have launched since Crystal Gardenia in 2017.”
 
“Thank you from the underside of my coronary heart on your loyalty and love these previous couple of years. I can not wait to introduce you to the following chapter of my perfume journey—I promise I gained’t be gone for too lengthy.”

2. Bite Beauty
In May, Bite Beauty, a portfolio model of LVMH-owned magnificence incubator, Kendo, introduced that it might shut by the tip of the 12 months.
 
The model shared the information in a submit on Instagram:
 
“We are unhappy to share that Bite Beauty can be closing later this 12 months. Thank you for the previous 10 years of affection, progress and enjoyable. You have all the time been our final inspiration.”
 
While Bite Beauty has exited the market, related Lip Lab places, the place consumers can acquire customized make-up merchandise, will stay open and broaden. There are at the moment 9 Lip Lab places.

3. H2O+
H2O+, often called the corporate that made the entire bathtub and physique merchandise that had been supplied in Disney resorts and cruises, additionally shut down on the finish of 2022.
 
Founded by Cindy Melk in 1989, H2O+ was acquired by funding companies Cordova, Smart & Williams LLC and Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group in 2008. By 2011, H2O+ had 2,000 factors of retail distribution in 22 international locations, and Pola Orbis acquired it.
 
Since becoming a member of the group, H2O+ was engaged within the manufacture and sale of cosmetics primarily within the U.S. However, the enterprise atmosphere surrounding the sweetness model grew to become “extraordinarily tough,” with gross sales falling wanting expectations.

4. Lilah B.
In October, indie magnificence model Lilah B. introduced that it might shut by the tip of the 12 months.
 
In submit on Instagram, founder Cheryl Yannoti Foland stated: “My labor of affection has run its course. I’m so grateful for our Lilah B. group of associates. Your love and help over the previous seven years is what continues to encourage me and what has stored us going even via difficult instances. I thanks all.”
 
Lilah B. was an early entrant within the clear magnificence channel, with a give attention to conscious substances and considerate formulations. The packaging was minimalistic, encouraging a motion to declutter, decrease and simplify.

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