For those of you looking to step up your wellness routine and discover new and hard-to-find products from luxury indie brands and the best clean beauty brands, the Conscious Beauty Collective popup is the perfect place to start.
Two-month engagement at Stonestown
The Conscious Beauty Collective’s first stop is San Francisco, at the freshly revitalized Stonestown Galleria.
Here for only two months — April 1 to May 31 — the wellness popup is located on the second level of the shopping center. It’s on the Target end of the mall in the former Aveda space next to H&M, across the way from Sephora.
Complimentary champagne on Opening Day
On opening day, Friday, April 1st, join the founders at the beauty popup for free samples, product demos, a $2,500 clean beauty gift basket raffle, and more. Green Bee Botanicals’ founders will be there from 4:00 to 6:00 PM on Friday. Come celebrate with us by raising a glass to clean beauty with a complimentary champagne toast from 5:00 to 6:00 PM!
Featuring 32 of the best clean beauty brands
Organized by Lynn Power and Kristyn Terpinas of MASAMI haircare and Isle de Nature, the upcoming beauty popup features 32 trailblazing indie brands. Together they offer over 230 wellness products, from clean skincare, sun care, hair care, bath and body, makeup and fragrance, to CBD, sexual wellness, beverages, supplements, beauty devices, a clean beauty subscription box, and even home decor. Come get your wellness fix during the popup’s limited engagement!
Ethically-produced wellness products
Thirty-one of the 32 brands are female-founded, and all were invited to join the Conscious Beauty Collective because their products are ethically produced. They’re also some combination of clean, vegan, cruelty-free, organic, sustainable, BIPOC-founded, LGBTQ+ founded, immigrant-founded, small batch, and made in the USA. Many of them are the best clean skincare brands on the market. The brands also give back to the community and support worthy causes.
Representing San Francisco, LA, Atlanta, New York, France, Korea and beyond
Six of the indie beauty brands are San Francisco-based, including the Clean Beauty Kit, Ellis Day Skin Science, Green Bee Botanicals CBD skincare, Melixir Korean skincare, OLITA sunscreen and sun care, and Puzzle Makeup.
And Rodolphe & Co haircare hails from France!
Special events every day
The two-month Conscious Beauty Collective popup has a different special event planned every day from April 1 to May 31. In-store demos, meet-the-founders, Sample Saturdays, Self-Care Sundays, Mother’s Day specials, and more. Follow on social media too, for TikTok Texture Tuesdays, Instagram Lives, and Facebook interviews, tours, and education. Talk Shop Live or Shop Lit Live
So mark your calendars and plan to head to Stonestown Galleria for some clean beauty shopping. And be sure to check out Green Bee Botanicals while you’re there — our award-winning CBD-infused skincare products are among the only on the market that are independently tested and proven clean, safe and effective. They make a great gift for yourself or for someone you love (hint hint: Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 8).
More good reasons to visit Stonestown Galleria
Here are some more great reasons to visit Stonestown Galleria in San Francisco for a fun night out:
- Chair massage just steps away from the popup shop
- How SF’s Stonestown Galleria became a foodie paradise
- SF’s New 12-Screen Movie Theater With Seat-Motion
- Is the Hottest Date Night Destination in San Francisco … the Mall?
And while there, the shopping is good:
- Stonestown Galleria’s long-anticipated Whole Foods opens
- SF’s Huge New ‘Sports Basement’ Opens
- Stonestown Galleria Apple retail store grand re-opening
- Target opens small-format store in S.F.’s Stonestown Galleria
Who, What, Where, When, Why
Who: You + 32 of the best clean beauty brands, including Green Bee Botanicals
What: Conscious Beauty Collective Popup
When: Exclusive engagement for only two months, Friday, April 1 to Tuesday, May 31
Where: Stonestown Galleria, 3251 20th Avenue, San Francisco. On the 2nd level next to H&M, across from Sephora (closer to the Target and Apple end of the mall than the Whole Foods and Sports Basement end)
Why: Level up your wellness routine and discover new and hard-to-find products from luxury indie brands
Come join us!