DERMAFLASH Dual-Benefit Device Maker Targets $10M In First-Year Sales
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Designed both for facial exfoliation and “peach fuzz” removal, DD Karma’s $189 DERMAFLASH system provides a smooth canvas that facilitates skin-care and makeup application. The company is focused on educating sales personnel and teaming with traditional beauty brands while continuing to roll out to luxury and specialty retailers around the US.
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