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Beauty therapist behind Tribe Skincare makes $10,000 within an HOUR of launching hydrating spritzes

Beauty therapist, 30, makes $10,000 in an HOUR after launching a ‘miracle’ $55 face spritz – and it promises glowing skin in seconds

  • A 30-year-old beauty therapist from Geelong has made $10,000 in one hour
  • Kayla Houlihan saw the Tribe Skincare brand website crash within an hour
  • The 30-year-old’s Hydrating Spritzes are designed for over and under makeup
  • Kayla has enjoyed huge success and made $1.3million in the past 12 months  

A 30-year-old beauty therapist who launched her own business just two years ago has made a staggering $10,000 within an hour after launching a $55 hydrating mist.

Kayla Houlihan, 30, from Geelong, Victoria, saw the website for her Tribe Skincare brand crash within seven minutes of uploading her new skin spritzes to the website, with one selling roughly every 15 seconds since it launched just hours ago.

‘It’s a real relief to launch them and have success,’ Kayla told FEMAIL.

‘We were due to bring out the Hydrating Spritzes in March, but had to postpone due to COVID-19, so it’s really exciting to give our customers the chance to try them.’ 

The 30-year-old beauty therapist Kayla Houlihan (pictured) has made a staggering $10,000 within an hour after launching a $55 hydrating mist 

Kayla saw the website for her Tribe Skincare brand crash within seven minutes of uploading her new skin spritzes (pictured) to the website

Kayla saw the website for her Tribe Skincare brand crash within seven minutes of uploading her new skin spritzes (pictured) to the website

The Hydrating Spritzes ($55 each) come in two flavour combinations designed to do different things. 

The ‘Peachy Rose’ Hydrating Spritz is designed to get rid of redness and calm your skin, while the ‘Citrus Burst’ Hydrating Spritz is all about reducing breakouts and clearing your complexion.

Both products are vegan, Australian-made and cruelty-free, and they feature skin-boosting natural ingredients like aloe vera, oatmeal, rose oil and radish root.

The spritzes are designed to be sprayed onto skin under makeup for added glow or over the top of your makeup for a luminous look. 

All Tribe products are vegan, Australian-made and cruelty-free, and they feature skin-boosting natural ingredients like aloe vera, oatmeal, rose oil and radish root (pictured: before and after using other Tribe products)

All Tribe products are vegan, Australian-made and cruelty-free, and they feature skin-boosting natural ingredients like aloe vera, oatmeal, rose oil and radish root (pictured: before and after using other Tribe products)

The 'Peachy Rose' Hydrating Spritz is designed to get rid of redness and calm skin, while the 'Citrus Burst' Spritz is about reducing breakouts and clearing your complexion (both pictured)

The ‘Peachy Rose’ Hydrating Spritz is designed to get rid of redness and calm skin, while the ‘Citrus Burst’ Spritz is about reducing breakouts and clearing your complexion (both pictured)

Kayla Houlihan founded cruelty-free brand Tribe Skincare two years ago, and has since seen her business enjoy a meteoric rise to the top, making a staggering $1.3million in the past 12 months alone.

Her previous offering, Protect Me! Day Moisturiser with SPF30, launched exclusively via social media late last year and swiftly shifted more than 465 bottles in a single business day at $58 each. 

Made with natural ingredients including zinc oxide, which protects against harmful solar rays that burn and age skin, the moisturiser claims to leave your face hydrated and silky with a non-greasy, matte finish, making it perfect for use as a makeup base.

Kayla Houlihan founded cruelty-free brand Tribe Skincare two years ago, and has since seen her business enjoy a meteoric rise to the top, making a staggering $1.3million in the past 12 months alone (her products pictured with Tully Smyth)

Kayla Houlihan founded cruelty-free brand Tribe Skincare two years ago, and has since seen her business enjoy a meteoric rise to the top, making a staggering $1.3million in the past 12 months alone (her products pictured with Tully Smyth)

Kayla previously told FEMAIL that she counts herself as lucky that during the global pandemic, she has managed to continue in business (pictured before and after using Tribe)

Kayla previously told FEMAIL that she counts herself as lucky that during the global pandemic, she has managed to continue in business (pictured before and after using Tribe)

Kayla previously told FEMAIL that she counts herself as lucky that during the global pandemic, she has managed to continue in business:

‘I have seen a lot of businesses struggling at the moment with all the changes caused by COVID-19. Fortunately for e-commerce brands, online sales are thriving,’ she said. 

‘A lot of people are choosing to stay home, even if they aren’t locked down.

‘We are in a very fortunate position to be able to take their orders online and send them directly to their front doors.’ 

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