Cofounders of the self-care product line for girls, Blume, have just snapped the coveted Forbes 30 under 30 spot in the Retail & Commerce category. 

Taran and Bunny Ghatrora started Blume in 2018, offering products geared toward teenage girls with changing bodies: organic pads and tampons as well as natural skin products: deodorant, face wash and acne treatment. 

The timing couldn’t be more perfect as “there was really no brand out there that was the go-to — the whole experience was fragmented from when you got your period to going shopping for your first products,” says Taran Ghatrora, CEO.

With $3.3 million of capital raised in 2019 and $7 million in projected sales for 2020, Blume is taking the self-care space by storm. “We want to be the one-stop shop for all girls,” says Bunny Ghatrora, COO.

The company’s mission, however, spans beyond commerce and into education with Blume University, a YouTube series focused on feminine wellness issues with simple explanations backed by medical experts — with a goal of helping girls through one of the most turbulent periods of their lives. Lots to be proud about!

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