After securing a new contract to supply Brown’s Hotel Spa in Mayfair, London, natural skincare company Spiezia Organics is planning to expand its manufacturing and production base.
The contract involves supplying the luxury hotel with a new range of toiletry products, comprising organic shampoos, conditioners and body wash products, the development of which has been supported by Jo Fairley, co-founder of Green & Black’s.
The new deal, along with the growing demand for its skincare products, has led Spiezia Organics to expand its base at the Health and Wellbeing Innovation Centre (HWIC) in Truro. The centre is operated by Plymouth University with the aim of supporting Cornish businesses to grow more quickly.
“Our skincare products have been used at the Brown’s Hotel Spa for some time and they love the brand there so they asked us to supply a bespoke luxury organic amenity range for the suites at the hotel,” explained Amanda Barlow, managing director of Spiezia Organics.
“This is very exciting news, and we are already in talks with other hotels and businesses as a result. We have further new products we hope to launch in the next 12 months, and we will be looking to expand our production facilities to manage this. The Innovation Centre is the perfect place for us to be as we can add space to grow, and I fully expect the company to develop rapidly over the next two years.
Spiezia Organics manufactures and sells over 35 different skincare and bodycare products made using 100% accredited organic ingredients.
Photo: the Spiezia Organics team, led by managing director Amanda Barlow (third from right)