Christine Chang is Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Glow Recipe, a clean, fruit-powered, cruelty-free beauty brand, inspired by Korean beauty.
Christine began her career at L’Oreal Korea where she was part of the team built Kiehl’s Since 1851 into a top brand in the prestige market. She was eventually tapped to join the business development team at Kiehl’s New York City headquarters, working with dozens of markets globally. Before she left L’Oreal, she was Assistant Vice President and head of global skincare marketing for Kiehl’s, spearheading key growth categories for the company.
Combining her passion for skincare with an extensive background in marketing, product development, branding and business development, Christine co-founded Glow Recipe at the end of 2014. Glow Recipe initially started as a destination and incubator for natural Korean beauty brands, eventually evolving to Glow Recipe Skincare in 2017, an award-winning skincare brand currently available at global retailers such as Sephora, Mecca and Douglas. At launch, the Watermelon Glow Sleeping Mask sold out over seven times on both glowrecipe.com and at Sephora, generating a waitlist that exceeded 8,000 people. The company has also tripled in growth, year on year, since its inception. Glow Recipe has received extensive press coverage and accolades for their market leadership and beauty content in global media outlets such as including Forbes, Vogue, Fortune and ABC’s Shark Tank and was part of CNBC’s Upstart 100 list.
Christine has been a featured speaker at WWD, CEW, Glossy, a commencement speaker at Stanford University, and a guest lecturer at NYU Stern and Purdue, among others. Christine earned her Master’s degree from Columbia University and graduated from Washington University in St. Louis. She currently lives in New York with her family.