BEVEL (Walker & Co.)
Walker & Co.’s purpose is to make health and beauty simple for people of color. Their vision is to build the world’s most consumer-centric health and beauty products company, inspiring unprecedented consumer loyalty. The first brand under Walker & Co. is Bevel, a shaving line with sleek, vintage-inspired products that combat razor burn. Bevel is the first and only end to end shaving system designed to help reduce shaving irritation and razor bumps.
Walker & Co. want to completely reinvent the way our community learns about, purchases and enjoys health and beauty products. They’ll do this by developing, designing and testing products and services specifically tailored to our community’s needs and delivering on the promise of great customer service and a simple shopping experience.
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