Trilogy skincare is set to soar to new heights thanks to major new distribution deals in Australia and the UK, which will see its products sold at John Lewis department stores across England, Scotland and Wales, and in Australian pharmacies owned by Sigma Group.
Trilogy’s Certified Organic Rosehip Oil and Rosehip Oil Antioxidant+ launched in all John Lewis stores last year, and following the "outstanding performance" of the hero products, a capsule collection of Trilogy skincare products will be made available in every store.
Meanwhile, Sigma owns Amcal Max, Amcal and Guardian. The group has more than 450 stores across Australia.
Sisters Sarah Gibbs, chartered accountant, and Catherine De Groot, co-founded Trilogy in a shed back in 2002 and later sold the company to Ecoya for $20 million.
Trilogy Ecoya chief executive Stephen Sinclair, said it was a fantastic result for Trilogy.
“While we continue to see significant growth in New Zealand, the opportunities for growth in Australia are massive, and extending our distribution like this is a great result. There is also plenty of room for growth in Asia and the United Kingdom, making this is an exciting time for our business.”
Corinne Morley, Trilogy global sales and marketing manager, added that the rapid growth of distribution opportunities in the UK, Japan and Australia "shows that there is growing demand globally for natural beauty products".
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