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Minimalist Jenni Kayne, the California-cool designer with boutiques in both New York and Los Angeles, has long been a go-to locale for dreamy linens and classic wardrobe staples—and recently simple, yet cozy home goods, too. Well, the designer’s been reading your shopping minds yet again and is introducing a darling of the clean beauty world to her stores: True Botanicals.

On January 15, select products from the skin-care line—including its beloved Renew collection, Vitamin C and Antioxidant Boosters, Deep Repair Eye Serum, and Resurfacing Mask—will be available in the various Kayne locations and online (score).

Kayne is no stranger to carrying cult fave skin-care products in her apothecary section, though. In addition to selling Aussie brand Grown Alchemist and L’Artisan fragrances, she’s collaborated with Earth Tu Face on lip balms and lotions. As a long-time fan of True Botanicals’ plant-based products, however, Kayne’s excited to bring one of her fave brands to her stores.

“We love that our relationship with Jenni Kayne developed organically as we were fans of her beautifully curated stores and she uses our products,” says True Botanicals founder Hillary Peterson. “Both of our brands are dedicated to clean, classic, beautifully made products, and we can’t think of a more fitting environment for our products.”

So there you have it—Jenni Kayne is now your one-stop shop for 360 degrees of wellness, from your healthy-home hygge essentials to your natural skin-care needs. If ya need me, I’ll be there.

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