Always Pure Organics become Patron of British Beauty Council

by | Sep 16, 2021

The British Beauty Council are pleased to announce Always Pure Organics have become a Patron, and to introduce them to you.

We spoke with Stephanie Cowan, Business Development Executive at Always Pure Organics, to find out more about the business, what they love about the British beauty industry and why they wanted to become a Patron.

 

Who are Always Pure Organics?

 

Always Pure Organics is a wholesale manufacturer and distributor of specialist cannabis based products. With a portfolio covering items such as bespoke cosmetics, flavoured gummies and unique terpene-blended CBD oils, our in-house formulation team have the experience and creativity to take on new and improve existing projects .

 

We are committed to providing only the highest quality products and ensure everything we do is fully legal – removing any uncertainty that working in the cannabis industry can often bring.

 

We were one of first UK companies to successfully register an EU CPNP approved CBD based cosmetic. From our two starting bases, a mobile lotion at 0.2% CBD and a firm lotion with 1.5% CBD, we can offer everything; from muscle balm or anti-ageing cream, to hair and nail maintainer or a tattoo relief balm.

 

All of our cosmetic options are fully registered on the European Cosmetic Product Registration portal and have undergone REACH testing. A variety of labelling, branding and packaging options allow us to tailor the final product to client specification to ensure total satisfaction when launching their product range.

 

What excites you most about the British beauty industry?

 

It excites me to see the shift in the attitudes of consumers, this new positive and industry-aware perspective is transforming the cosmetics and beauty industry for the better. Consumers are now, more than ever, making informed purchasing decisions with regards to ingredients used in cosmetics and sustainable product packaging. These emerging trends in buyer-behaviour demonstrate a distinct shift in the direction of clean beauty and illustrates a demand for cosmetics that do not have detrimental effects on the skin or the environment.

 

The skincare market totals 19% of the beauty industry and is increasing exponentially with the recent surge of consumers who are moving towards products that can offer healthier, revitalised skin, rather than simply hiding or covering damaged skin. This shift in attitude has seen the emergence of several new and exciting product ingredients such as CBD and mushroom which aim to work in harmony with skin to promote a healthy, natural glow.

 

Why did you want to become a Patron of the British Beauty Council? 

 

Our aim as a company is to accelerate the global acceptance of and access to cannabinoids; this is something I am passionate about, and I am keen to aid the growth of CBD within the beauty industry. Due to the fantastic results CBD is having on skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis and eczema, it is an ideal ingredient for skincare products.

 

We have been working with large beauty brands in the industry for several years now, but we are constantly looking for ways to help other brands incorporate CBD into their products. We also welcome spas and other service providers in the industry to learn how CBD treatments could benefit customers as I think more and more consumers are looking for CBD skincare solutions.

 

Our website https://www.alwayspureorganics.com/  has more information about how CBD can be used in cosmetics and we have lots of articles and report in the news section that are there to help inform both businesses and consumers about the benefits of CBD.

 

Don’t forget to follow Always Pure Organics on LinkedIn , YouTube and Instagram.

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