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Amanda Chantal Bacon on How Green Juice Went Mainstream

"All of a sudden, beauty editors were starting to call."

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Amanda Chantal Bacon, she of the Moon Juice and Sex Dust, may have been just as surprised as you were when a few years back, the beauty industry got weird. Weird in a good way, that is, because fashion's embrace of organic coconut oils and green juice paved the way for Bacon to be the Goop-beloved brand she is today. Here, she retells the story of the day when beauty editors started to call, and the rest is history.

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