This Schitt's Creek Beauty Collection Is an Ode to Rose Apothecary, and We Want It All
David Rose may be notoriously unimpressed and sarcastic in most episodes of Schitt's Creek, but one thing's for sure: he'd be unexpectedly enthusiastic about this new beauty collection from Beekman 1802. The lifestyle brand's founders are Schitt's Creek superfans, and they developed a line of products inspired by David and Patrick Brewer's general store, Rose Apothecary — just in time for the Canadian sitcom's sixth and final season.
The capsule includes a goat milk soap bar, whipped body cream, tinted lip balm, hand-poured candle, and perfume, all of which come in minimalist black-and-white packaging that would earn David's seal of approval. Oh, and there's also a tote bag that reads "Simply the Best," as a nod to that time Patrick famously serenaded David with the Tina Turner hit.
After first debuting at a Rose Apothecary pop-up shop in upstate New York, the products were released on Beekman 1802's website on Jan. 22. Not so surprisingly, a few of the items, including the candle and tote bag bundle, sold out in the first 24 hours, thanks to the rabid Schitt's Creek fandom. While you patiently wait for the items to restock, scope out the collection below, and you'll certainly react a little something like this:
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