Glowing & Growing with Glow Recipe Virtual Event

Thursday, July 22nd



Join us for an exclusive fireside chat with Christine Chang, co-founder and co-CEO of Glow Recipe, and Eliza Blank, founder and CEO of The Sill, on Thursday, July 22nd at 5 PM EST. Tune in to learn expert tips on how to keep your skin and plants happy during summer months with us!

All you need is internet access to join – instructions on how to join the class will be provided in your order confirmation email.

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Virtual Event: Glowing & Growing with Glow Recipe

As the seasons change – so do your plant’s and skin’s needs. Luckily, we know exactly how to face summer — pun intended — head on. Join us and Glow Recipe to learn about best summer skin & plant care advice.

In this exclusive 1-hour fireside chat, we’re talking about all things summer and how you should care for your plants and skin now that the temperatures have risen and the days are longer. We will share the effects of seasonal changes and expert tips on keeping you and the plants glowing and growing. We will finish off the event by addressing any summer skin and plant care issues. After the chat, you will have the opportunity to ask all your burning questions.  

This is a free event to participate in, but space is extremely limited.  We recommend reserving your tickets ASAP. Bonus: receive a video recording and exclusive promotions for both brands after the event. 

About the partner: Glow Recipe is a clean, fruit-forward, K-Beauty-inspired skincare brand that creates formulas with antioxidant-rich fruit extracts and clinically proven activities for glowing skin. Christine Chang is the co-founder and co-CEO of Glow Recipe. With years of experience in the global beauty industry, working in both Korea and the U.S. at L'Oreal, Christine has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to international beauty.  Christine's expertise in skincare formulations paired with her strategic experience in launching and growing brands led her to co-creating Glow Recipe skincare in 2017. 

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