How to Sell Your Idea for Beauty Products and Inventions

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and the beholder’s eye is constantly changing. New trends in beauty and fashion mean that innovators like you will always be able to come up with creative new beauty products. The companies listed below are good places to start if you have a beauty invention or product idea that you’d like to sell. Some are looking to buy patents outright, while others offer marketing or manufacturing services that can help an inventor get their beauty product line off the ground and into stores.

Audrey Morris provides manufacturing services for entrepreneurial inventors who want to DIY their own cosmetics line.

HSN (Home Shopping Network) offers inventors the opportunity to sell their products online and on TV. Categories that HSN favors include beauty products, jewelry, and home goods.

Newell Rubbermaid’s host of major brands include Goody, which creates hair accessories.

Philip’s beauty products include skincare, haircare, and hair removal products. The company is big on innovation, and has several ways for inventors to share their product ideas.

P&G have dozens, maybe even hundreds, of beauty products from all ranges of the spectrum. Their brands include Olay, Clairol, Pantene, and Herbal Essences.

Unilever’s home and personal care brands are used by 2 billion people daily. They include Axe, Dove, and Sun. The company strongly supports innovations by working with inventors and accepting submissions for new product ideas they can buy.

Depending on what kind of path you want to follow, and which company you are interested in, you may need to get a patent or prototype developed before contacting a business. in that case, don’t forget about the fantastic options available for rapid prototyping services available through CadCrowd. CadCrowd’s freelancers can also help with things like patent application and packaging design! And of course, use the community here at Invention Ideas if you have any questions or need advice on the process of selling your beauty product invention to a large company.

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  1. Judi

    Does P&G still own those brands ? 😉

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