We’re so excited to be crowdfunding and offer everyone a chance to be part of our journey
Hi, we are Pippa Harman and Catherine Nisson, co-founders of Renude and we’re so excited to be able to announce that we’re crowdfunding.
Firstly, Renude’s whole reason for being is transparency, transparency in skincare and transparency in business: so we must start by saying that with any investment, your capital is at risk and at the bottom of this post, we’ve written a disclaimer and we do invite you to give it a read.
So because you, our friends, followers and incredible Renudists, are at the heart of our business and have so many requests, suggestions and amazing ideas, we want to give you the opportunity to jump onboard and share this journey with us.
It's always been our hope to be able to give people the chance to own part of Renude and we feel now is a great time to let you share and shape our future by investing alongside top tech funds and beauty industry veterans.
This is your opportunity to join us and own shares in a fast growing, award-winning UK beauty tech startup.
We are now live as of 1st August 2022 and started the public raise at 82% funded at over £268K
Use the link below to indicate if you'd be interested in investing from as little as £16.38.
So far we've seen amazing success and that’s thanks to our amazing Renudists:
🧖♀️ We’re democratising great skin
💎 89% see visible results within weeks
💰 We’re backed by beauty veterans and world-class funds
💁♀️ We’ve created over 9,000 skincare routines
📰 Loved by The FT, Harper’s Bazaar, Get The Gloss & Women’s Health
❤️ 87% members have stayed with us after 12 months
We have a lot planned as we move forward and aim to make the absolute most out of every penny we raise during this crowdfunding campaign:
💊 Exploring skin prescriptions
🎯 Personalised content based on your skin
💬 More upgrades to our messaging
🤖 AI to help us better understand your skin
⭐️ Build exciting partnerships
✅ Unlocking new brands and products
Together, we want to give everyone the skin they deserve and we really hope you consider joining us on the next stage of our adventure.
We're using a platform called Seedrs to run our campaign, and we're delighted to have so many people supporting us. But we know that not everyone is familiar with equity-based crowdfunding, so we thought we'd take this opportunity to explain a little bit about how it works.
Basically, when you invest in a company through equity-based crowdfunding, you're buying shares in that company. These shares give you a stake in the business, and if the company does well then your investment could be worth a lot more in the future.
Of course, there's always a risk involved when you invest in a start-up, and you should only ever invest money that you can afford to lose. We believe that Renude has huge potential, as do our current investors, and we're excited to have so many people on board as we continue to grow.
So there you have it! If you're thinking about investing in our company, then equity-based crowdfunding is a great way to do it. We're grateful for all the support we've received so far, and we can't wait to see what the future holds.
Investing involves risks, including loss of capital, illiquidity, lack of dividends and dilution, and should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. Please read the Risk Warnings before investing. Investments should only be made by investors who understand these risks.
Tax treatment depends on individual circumstances and is subject to change in future. Renude or Seedrs do not make investment recommendations to you and any investment decision should be made on the basis of the full campaign. No communications from Renude or Seedrs, through email or any other medium, should be construed as an investment recommendation.
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