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Bumble App Is Launching Skincare Products

Soon, You May Be Able to Swipe Right on Skin Care From Bumble

Cuffing season comes and goes, but the search for immaculate skin is never-ending — this much Bumble CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd knows.

Now, the dating app turned friendship finder turned job board wants to capitalize on this universal beauty truth come mid- to late-2019. Wolfe told Marie Claire that the company is working with dermatologists and psychotherapists to launch two face serums that address skin and "emotional" issues simultaneously. (In the same interview, she admitted to having "so much" anxiety, which may explain the focus on the mental health component.)

Like most modern-day love stories, unfortunately, the exact details of the Bumble skincare line are still shrouded in mystery. But Wolfe did allude to the name of the line's facial oil for acne-prone skin — Break Up With Bad, naturally — and that there will be more to come soon.

In the meantime, it might be worth preparing yourself for a new kind of love at first swipe.

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