Seattle shampoo startup Gemma Labs raises $2.75M to grow custom haircare kit service

Gemma Labs CEO Allison Harr. (Gemma Labs Photo)

Gemma Labs is raising cash to support increasing demand for its Gemmist custom shampoo service.

The Seattle startup reeled in a $2.75 million round from PSL Ventures and other investors.

Gemma Labs spun out of Pioneer Square Labs’ startup studio more than two years ago and raised $3.5 million in April. The company reached $1.5 million in annualized sales last year.

Gemma Labs uses in-house scientists to concoct special shampoos for individual customers, based on surveys they take that assess individual hair and scalp needs, in addition to seasonal

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