Beauty, Health & Wellness
|Press Contact||Margot Matouk|
Hēladerm provides products for women in their 40s, 50s and beyond, with ingredients recommended by skincare professionals, to restore healthy looking, vibrant and radiant skin. Hēladerm products are formulated specifically for the changing skin needs during perimenopause, menopause and post-menopause, addressing specific problems such as hyperpigmentation, loss of collagen, and thinning skin.
Hēladerm believes what we put on our skin is as important as what we put in our bodies. Hēladerm products never contain parabens, phthalates, GMOs, sodium lauryl sulfates, petroleum, mineral oil, artificial colors and fragrances or other toxins. Always cruelty free, made in the U.S.A., and proudly woman owned and operated.
As Margot entered into her 40s, she noticed a recurring conversation among her friends about their changing skin, and searching for right products to address their newly emerging needs. When it became clear there was no go-to brand that put together an effective and easy-to-follow skincare practice, she decided to create her own.
Hēladerm is committed to understanding and addressing the changing needs of women's skin entering the stages of peri-menopause, menopause and beyond. What began with a shared problem among friends, evolved into a skincare solution that is so easy you will stick to it everyday, and so effective you will never want to go a day without it.
Margot joined Hēladerm in 2020 as Co-founder and CEO, after falling in love with the product and recognizing the needs of middle-aged women are overlooked in skincare. Margot's background brings marketing and consumer expertise, along with a strategic understanding of women's health and wellness. Margot is an active investor, mentor and advisor to women-led ventures. She is a founding member, Investment Co-Chair and Treasurer of Next Act Fund, the only angel fund in Pittsburgh focused on investing in women-led early-stage ventures. Margot has met with hundreds of entrepreneurs and early-stage companies, educated other women on investing in venture capital, and is a speaker and writer about the gender funding gap in venture capital. Margot began her career in retail where she held various senior merchandising positions at Old Navy, Banana Republic and American Eagle Outfitters. Margot holds a BA from Stanford University and an MBA from The Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University. She is a mom of twins, senior dog lover, yoga enthusiast, and passionate about addressing the underserved needs of women.