Patterson, which has been around since 2005, is now adding private ordering for women.
It launched its app for female customers in May.
The company says it plans to have the app in 100 cities by the end of the year.
It plans to introduce the app to more cities by next month.
The app is available in a few countries like New Zealand, India, Brazil, and Canada.
Patterson’s private ordering service, called Pattersons Online, is available through Amazon Prime.
Customers can order up to four items from a single order and can use the app for free.
Patterson’s service will not be available to women on Amazon Prime memberships.
Patrons can also pay with cash or credit card for private orders, but not online.
“We are thrilled to be working with Amazon Prime and will be expanding our delivery service to Amazon Prime subscribers to provide an even more convenient way for customers to access our full line of products,” Pattersson CEO Jennifer Bekins told Business Insider.
Pattington is already the largest privately owned private ordering company in the U.S. with over 50 million customers.
The majority of Pattersions orders are made on the company’s own platform.
The brand also sells its own food delivery service and offers private delivery for certain items.
The new private ordering feature is part of Patterson plans to create a new brand of delivery and shipping services that will also be available on Amazon.
Patersons first foray into private ordering was with a line of beauty products called the Beauty Pack.
Pattsons online order service launched in June, but the company didn’t say when it would launch the first private ordering.
Paterson also partnered with a number of big brands including the cosmetics giant Lancome and the beauty brand Sephora to launch private ordering services.
The beauty brand, which launched its beauty products in March 2018, said that it plans on launching private ordering as a new product line in the future.