Former Islander starts men’s skin care line

Andrew Hunt, who grew up on Mercer Island and graduated from Mercer Island High School, is part of the team that has developed a new skin care line for men, Taun USA.

Andrew Hunt, who grew up on Mercer Island and graduated from Mercer Island High School, is part of the team that has developed a new skin care line for men, Taun USA.

Hunt, who now lives in Seattle, helped create the skin care line with co-founder Tom Devine. Their products are designed specifically for men. The aim is to help the men of the United States take better care of their skin.

Taun USA currently has a facial repair formula product that they say helps men keep their skin looking young. The product, which is made entirely in the United States, is sold on the West Coast by Ward & Co. in Seattle and online at www.taunusa.com.

 

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