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Beauty Brand selects Pharmacopia as its first organic brand
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Apr '08
Pharmacopia announced the roll out of their luxurious, organic body care products in Beauty Brands stores, 50 salon, spa and beauty supply stores in eleven states, with eleven locations in Texas.

Pharmacopia products are the first organic products to be sold at Beauty Brands, making natural and organic body care more readily available in the beauty market, and securing Pharmacopia's position as an industry leader.

Pharmacopia's wholistic approach to personal care promotes health and wellness inside and out. Their products are detoxifying and relaxing, while nourishing, hydrating and protecting the skin and body.

Pharmacopia body care is also organic, pure, and vegan and so reduces exposure to toxins and harmful ingredients. Based on authentic aromatherapy and herbalism, the emotional and therapeutic benefits of their herbal blends help restore a healthy balance of body and mind.

"Beauty Brands is a great partner to bring our luxurious, rejuvenating, organic products to a broader market," says Lisa Levin, Pharmacopia founder and CEO. "We are pleased and proud that Beauty Brand's selected Pharmacopia as its first organic brand."

Each Beauty Brands location combines a full service salon and spa, with a 5,000 to 8,000 square foot retail environment.

They now stock Pharmacopia's therapeutic bath salts, body lotions, hand creams, soaps, lip balms and shower gels, in each of the company's four herbal blends of rosemary, ginger, citrus and lavender.

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