Leading entertainment and lifestyle retailer HSN has debuted the Beekman 1802 collection of farm-to-skin beauty and Happy Place home products on its website HSN.com. Beekman Boys, Dr. Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell, made their first HSN on-air appearance on Tuesday, July 31 where they launched the collection.
The Goat Milk Beauty collection was featured during their broadcast on Tuesday (along with some cute goats). The collection, which retails from $28 to $137, is comprised of soap sets, face towelettes, Whipped Body Cream Duo, Triple Milk Skin Brightening Facial four-piece set, and the Light as Air Goat Milk Day Cream and Eye Duo. Several special kits have been curated exclusively for HSN. Happy Place home cleaning products will be available online and introduced on-air in August.
Beekman 1802, a multi-platform lifestyle company, invites ‘neighbors,’ otherwise known as customers, to “cultivate a better life” through their products. The brand, inspired by the goat milk products they created with local artisans to save their farm, has since amassed a loyal following of over 300,000 ‘neighbors.’ Beekman 1802 brings to HSN a coveted multi-category product offering proven successful in mass and luxury retail, appealing to the generations of both millennials and their parents.
“We are excited to build upon the great success of Beekman 1802 by bringing the first farm-to-skin products to HSN consumers,” said Rob Robillard, vice president of integrated beauty for Qurate Retail Group. “The HSN shopping experience enhances the Beekman 1802 brand as they offer the rare mix between lifestyle content and distinctive product backed with a story and community that is both compelling and authentic.”
“Beekman 1802 is our experiment in seasonal living, and HSN offers us the best platform to share our story,” added Brent Ridge, co-founder of Beekman 1802. “They’ve truly the mastered the art of storytelling, and have established a strong, trusting relationship with their viewers. We’re looking forward to meeting new neighbors, and ultimately supporting the local artisans and craftspeople of New York State through HSN’s national reach.”