Buttah Skin Airs First Episode of “Beyond The Surface” Series


( ENSPIRE Feature ) Buttah Skin Releases New Series Focused on Highlighting Stories that Matter and Uplift Others

ENSPIRE Contributor: Naomi Stamps 

Buttah Skin is a skincare brand created by CEO, founder, and model Dorion Renaud. He created it in 2018 after realizing a lack of skincare products catered to those of color. Each product in this line targets common skin problems, such as blemishes and hyperpigmentation, to give customers fresh and glowing skin.

Buttah Skin states their vision is “to give you the confidence to look in the mirror and truly love the skin you’re in. Everyone needs a lil’ Buttah – baby!” The brand is committed to creating products that are cruelty-free and have organic ingredients. Besides a skincare line, Renaud’s career has led him to the catwalk and on TV shows such as “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” and Bounce sitcom “In the Cut.” 

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On February 3rd, Buttah Skin launched their first-ever digital series called “Beyond The Surface.” Natalie Manuel Lee hosted this series and explored various topics from the effects of the pandemic to inner beauty. In the first episode, Natalie interviewed veteran sports journalist Cari Champion, where she emphasized the importance of taking risks rather than playing it safe. HyperBae mentioned that Lee and Renaud, who are long-time friends, felt there was a need “to create purposeful content that would serve the culture.” While the brand offers products for skin issues, this series emphasizes the importance of inner beauty and confidence. 

“Beyond The Surface” will stream on all Buttah Skin platforms each week on Thursdays, including the brand’s website and Instagram page. Besides this, viewers can catch the audio version on Apple Podcast and Spotify. Make sure you check out the first episode and future installments! 

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View the first episode here.

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