Courteney Cox Is Now Making Home Products — Here’s What You Need to Know
“We decided to make a beauty line for the home,” she told the site. “I’m obsessed with design and my home, and I wanted the home to smell like something that I’d want to wear,”
Homecourt’s inaugural range features three products—hand wash, dish soap, and surface cleaner—developed alongside co-founders Nécessaire’s Nick Axelrod-Welk and former Viktor & Rolf head of marketing Sarah Jahnke. Each product comes in four different scents: “Neroli Leaf,” “Cipres Mint,” “Steeped Rose,” and “Cece,” with the latter being Cox’s signature scent, featuring a blend of “two oils and one perfume”.
“We have an incredible perfumery, Givaudan and Robertet. They came up with exactly what we sent them as samples and it was great we could accomplish that because how do you know that there are three different perfumes and oils that have so many other things inside of them? They did a great job recreating my personal scent,” she explained to Beauty Inc.
Not only is the range aesthetically pleasing, presented in sophisticated black packaging that you’ll actually want to display in your home, but Cox’s dish soap and hand soap also put skincare at the forefront, using nourishing ingredients that make the range enjoyable to use. The dish soap is blended with glycerin to help hydrate the skin while the hand wash incorporates Argan oil and Australian hibiscus flower extract.
Homecourt’s introductory products range from $20 to $50, with a hand lotion, room deodorant, and candle set to launch over the coming months.
Visit homecourt.co to shop the range.