French skincare brand Talm has recently received an investment from Mathilde and Bertrand Thomas, the founders of renowned brand Caudalie. Although the exact amount of the investment remains undisclosed, the Thomas’ have acquired a minority stake in Talm. The brand was founded by Kenza Keller, who previously held the position of international marketing director at perfume brand Byredo. Talm focuses primarily on premium dermocosmetics, with a special emphasis on maternity skincare.

Talm distinguishes itself by offering products made from 100% natural, vegan, and organic ingredients. Among its popular offerings are the Mega Oil skin oil and the Mega Serum, both designed to enhance skin elasticity during and after pregnancy. While Talm initially sold its products directly to consumers, it has now expanded its distribution network. The brand’s products can be found at selective cosmetics retailers such as Oh My Cream!, on the Smallable website, at the Grande Pharmacie Bailly, and at the Galeries Lafayette Haussmann department store in Paris.

In addition to its retail presence, Talm is also focusing on e-commerce to further broaden its reach. Currently, 50% of the brand’s revenue in Europe and the USA comes from online sales. This highlights the significance of online channels in Talm’s growth strategy.

Mathilde Thomas expressed her excitement for Talm, stating that she was immediately captivated by Kenza Keller’s project. Thomas firmly believes in the brand’s potential and is proud to support an innovative and new venture, drawing from her own experiences as an entrepreneur with Caudalie.

To promote its products and directly engage with customers, Talm will be launching a pop-up shop in the wellness section of the Galeries Lafayette Haussmann department store from May 29 to June 11.

With the backing of Caudalie’s founders and an expanding distribution network, Talm is well-positioned to become a leading authority in the maternity skincare market.

Useful links:
1. Talm Official Website
2. Caudalie Official Website