On the back of a new Everyday range beauty launch, A-beauty brand Fank Body has introduced its new Get Personal Series.
Designed to open the conversation around traditionally taboo topics, including body, sex, race and women’s most intimate moments, the digital series, launching via the brand’s social channels, has kicked off in conversation with Fattily Ever Afater author and beauty influencer Stephanie Yeboah.
In the five minute Q&A video, Yeboah lifts the lid on names for her ‘private parts’, body positivity for plus-sized women and the body acceptance movement.
Yeboah is also a beauty blogger and advocate for body acceptance.
Frank Body’s Everyday collection was introduced in order to bring ‘afterthought’ personal care products to the fore.
The 5-strong line stars two deodorants, two body washes and a new face wash.
Marketed with ‘clean’ ingredients, the aluminium-free deodorants (£11.95 each) are available in a Cucumber & Green Tea variant or an unscented sku.
Both products are blended with rice bran oil to prevent odour and soothe skin.
Meanwhile, the body washes (£9.95 each), available in an unscented and Milk & Honey scented versions, are blended with kakadu plum, pomegranate extract and the brand’s hero ingredient, coffee seed extract.
Finally, the brand’s new Salicylic face wash (£9.95), made with active ingredients, is aimed at consumers with acne-prone and sensitive skin.