Ella Baché

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Ella Baché
Private
Industry Cosmetics
Founded 1936
Founder Madame Baché
Headquarters Paris, France
Area served
Worldwide
Number of employees
over 200
Website ellebache.com

Ella Baché is a skin care brand created in France by pharmacist Madame Baché in 1936.[citation needed] It is one of the oldest family-owned skincare companies in the world.[citation needed] It began with a few handmade formulations and a salon located at 8 Rue de la Paix in Paris. The Ella Baché brand has since grown to include a range of products available in over forty countries worldwide.

Ella Baché launched the first hot wax in Europe in 1930.[citation needed] The company pioneered the use of Alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) with the introduction of the 'Crème Tomate' beauty cream in 1935. In 1952 they introduced the world's first 'cold wax strips' and in 1994 they were first to use Quinoa plant extracts for cosmetology.[citation needed] In 2001 the company won several international beauty awards.[citation needed]

Ella Baché is currently headed by Pippa Hallas, third generation descendent of Madame Baché.[1]

PR Sponsorship[edit]

Ella Baché was the official sponsor of Australian teenager Jessica Watson's non-stop and unassisted around the world sailing trip on Ella's Pink Lady.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Behind The Brand: Pippa Hallas of Ella Bache". The Lens. Retrieved 31 August 2016. 

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