At London Drugs, we love to support brands that make a difference. For International Women’s Day 2023, we have rounded up a selection of brands founded and/or led by women, from global empires, to local products and projects built from the ground up.
Founded by Canadian business pioneer Lise Watier, this brand is now Canada’s largest beauty company and a foundation for empowering women and girls.
Founder Julie Clark took her struggles with eczema and created a whole new line of skincare products featuring organic ingredients from across Canada.
Lawyer Rachael Newton launched the Nixit made-in-Canada menstrual cup to reduce waste and change the conversation around menstruation.
Canadian sisters Jennifer Carlson and Jill Vos started Baby Gourmet at a Calgary Farmer’s Market and have grown it to become the number one organic baby food brand in Canada.
Founded by two Canadian friends (and moms) Lisa & Alexa, Good Juju offers high performance laundry cleaning while helping reduce plastic waste.
Kicking Horse Coffee
CEO and co-founder Elena Rosenfeld combined entrepreneurial spirit and quality coffee culture to launch this award-winning Rocky Mountain brand.
Veronica Garza is the President & Cofounder of Siete Family Foods. Together with her family of seven (siete!), they create delicious Mexican-American food.
Aya Kyogoku became the first woman to direct a video game at Nintendo and helped Animal Crossing New Horizons get voted ‘Most inclusive video game’.
Founder and CEO Deena Ghazarian brings her aesthetic approach to every aspect of Austere, to provide the pinnacle of customer technology experience.
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