The second beauty brand to join Amazon Fashion’s Luxury Stores experience, behind Cle de Peau, is RéVive.
“Amazon’s new shopping experience to introduce luxury skin care to consumers perfectly aligns with our strategy to drive overall brand awareness, provide the highest level of customer experience, and expand our digital footprint with a limited number of partners who understand the quality of service that our customer expects,” said Elana Drell Szyfer, CEO of RéVive Skincare.
Kaila Lightner, Head of Luxury Stores at Amazon, said, “Beauty continues to be an important category for our customers, and we’re delighted to expand our assortment with the launch of RéVive and its revolutionary skin care for women and men. We look forward to welcoming even more brands who wish to tap into Amazon’s innovative, content-driven tools to reach and engage more customers.”
Luxury Stores offers a new destination for RéVive’s community and customers to experience revolutionary skin renewal. Eligible Prime members in the U.S. can shop RéVive Skincare in Luxury Stores via the Amazon app.
Since its re-acquisition by Founder Dr. Gregory Bays Brown and Tengram Capital in December 2017, RéVive has been experiencing exponential growth in new product development, international market expansion, increased e-commerce penetration and new dotcom-focused retail partners. The concept, which launched September 15, allows Prime Members to shop select prestige designers via the Amazon mobile app and have items delivered to their homes. Luxury Stores launched in fashion with Oscar de la Renta, but now sells brands including La Perla and Altuzarra.