As everyone tries to fight for equality, brand placement is actually driving the sexes apart and giving them the wrong ideas and values through fashion, music and even skincare. So, in saying all of this, it is about time someone has come up with something that stands out among all of these annoying brands that push you to feel uncool unless you are using their brand...Curtains open....and in steps SAM FARMER CO !
Daisy Bridgewater writes about the SAMFARMER range in 'children's notebook'
Ruth was kind enough to mention the range
India Knight lays it down for teenage personal care.
I launched in Six SpaceNK stores last week!
U.K. father Sam Farmer went back to school to learn how to make personal care products with one key ingredient: equality.Posted in: stereotype, equality, Press
Writer Liz Dwyer has written about race, parenting, and social justice for several national publications. She was previously education editor at GOOD (USA)
The 'Women You Should Know' organisation in NYC kindly wrote about a Dad (me!)
Why not write with clarity and honesty. Stop making assumptions about our customers.
'Sam Farmer products make no elaborate, unsubstantiated claims and don't attempt to be down with the kids'Posted in: stereotype, Teenage, Press
It's 2016. Equality in personal care products couldn't be further from the truth.
A quick telephone interview with Yahoo in LA