Portland startup Marin Skincare finds space on L.L.Bean shelves

Marin Skincare, a Portland startup that produces a skin cream using a lobster byproduct, has scored featured placement at L.L.Bean’s Home Store on its flagship campus in Freeport.

“When we developed Marin, the goal was to help as many people as possible with a product we knew could be a game changer,” Marin’s co-founder and CEO, Patrick Breeding, said in a news release. “Having our soothing hydration cream available to customers at L.L.Bean is an exciting step forward in our company’s growth that stays true to our roots.” Read more

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