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White and Private Labelling

White and Private Labelling

White Labelling, the pure collection, organic skincare,

Did you know you could literally purchase exactly the same product, one perhaps from a pound shop, and the other from a high end beauty boutique for a lot more money, both products made in mass, with exactly the same ingredients and contents made in the same factory, with just a different label added with the different brand name?

It may be surprising to learn that many skin care products, from both niche and corporate brands, are sourced from the same factory and contain exactly the same ingredients.

One brand could sell this formulation at a mass market low price in the pound shop for example, whilst the same formulation could be sold by another brand as a high-end luxury product at a premium price. (With no justification other than profit greed).

The skincare industry has prayed on peoples insecurities getting them to buy the expensive products to solve all their self-esteem woes, and the higher the price, supposedly the better the results.

When it comes to marketing skincare, confidence is the major battle. What people are buying is not magic in a bottle, it is confidence.

White Labelling:

When white labelling, a brand is not able to change the formula in any way, what differentiates one brand from another is the brand’s image as portrayed through their story, packaging and marketing.

It does allow a brand to sell cheap and fast, although the cost savings may not necessarily be borne by the customer.

However, questions could be raised about the brands transparency and their credibility, as well as the quality of the final product.

Private Labelling:

…is a product sourced and formulated to a brand’s own specifications, in large volumes, and sold by that brand for exclusive sale.

Here, a brand can modify the product, the size, colouring, ingredients etc. as it is their own formulations that are being manufactured.

The difference between private labelling and in-house production is the lack of manufacturing control as well as quality control that the brand has on the final product.

It is an easy, simple and often fast way for brands to come to the market, and is of course the route that the majority of celebrity brands take, as well as many general ‘wellness’ brands who sell a multitude of products under their name.

With both White and Private labelling, a brand does not necessarily have to undertake the trials and tribulations of manufacturing their own products.

It may be possible to find out if your favourite brand is outsourcing, but it is highly unlikely a brand will admit to it, particularly white labelling. (Google may be your friend with the correct search words).

‘White Labelling in the cosmetics industry is also known as ‘dupes’

We at The PÜRE Collection enjoy creating our own formulas and can vouch for them being made in-house by us, and of course all of our products undergo strict tests with both outside independent certified product safety and regulatory affair laboratories, testing centres and Ecocert to ensure all our ingredients are organic, all protocol and safety and governmental regulations are adhered to.

We are proud to be transparent and credible, we prefer to keep a rein on our quality and freshness.

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New Technology Horrors

New Technology Horrors

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After having worked most of our working life in an age when humans ruled the office, and common daily use of computers were still in their infancy, it was quite a challenge to start anew, not only a new career forming The PÜRE Collection, but also with new computer technology, that seemed to be advancing far quicker than we were!

Would we be embracing  all this technology if it were not for our business, other than maybe Facebook for our own personal use?  Almost certainly not.  

Social Media

As for technological software programmes, online gaming and even social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Pinterest… and the list goes on with new ones added, what appears to be overnight, these are a whole world unto themselves with their, language, social etiquettes and structures.

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Our office library used to consist of rows of tomes, not chips.

Physically, we are not nearly as old as computer technology makes us feel.

 Seeing young children playing videos and learning games with as much knowledge and gusto as we had did with board games and abacus (remember those?), instantly makes us feel both ancient and shame, now we quickly hide the pen and notepad we still carry around in our pocket.

Our  salvation is that I doubt the kids of today know they are, let alone know how to use them.

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Having leapt head first into the 21st century, we have taken on board all this technology, embracing, (albeit grudgingly)  what needs to be learnt and doing so with much yelling, screaming and at times hair pulling, however we are getting there and learning new things every day.


Who would have known that Chaps are not necessarily my friends, but Challenge-Handshake Authentication Protocol, WEP is not to be done with tissue in hand when frustrated or very happy, but Wide-area network, DAM is not a word spouted in frustration, but Database activity monitoring.

So, as each day comes we embrace computer technology and become more and more proficient.

We are no longer petrified of it, but slowly easing away from being afraid and accepting it as our friend.

We are determined not to let technology beat us and it will not.

It’s all about the size

Now when we are hear the phrase “we need more RAM”, we do not run in panic.

We now know it is time to increase our computer memory and “spreadsheets” assigned to Excel.

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Was Cleopatra so Extravagant after all?

Was Cleopatra so extravagant after all?


Did Cleopatra really bathe daily in Donkey’s Milk?

If so, more than 700 donkeys would have to have been milked daily, just to provide the quantity of milk necessary for her.

However, was this really so extravagant?

In today’s market Cleopatra’s bath in Donkey’s milk would cost around £1,800, however had she bathed in Prickly Pear Seed Oil the cost at would be around £480,000*

Our Prickly Pear Seed Oil, is certified organic and unadulterated for application directly to your face, and of course is completely suitable  for bathing in too should you wish.

Our PhytoHealthRevitalising Serum also contains Prickly Pear Seed Oil, along with our PhytoHealth Intense serum,  and our best selling PhytoHealth Beard Oil


* We can arrange a small discount if you order £480,000 worth of goods daily from us.

Prickly Pear Seed Oil 30ml
Revitalising Serum 30ml
Intense Serum 30ml packaging and logos
Beard oil large with three logos
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Fragrance in Skincare

Fragrance in Skincare


What is a Fragrance or Perfume?

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Adding a fragrance or perfume into a skincare product is not actually making it perform any better, it is just giving you the perception that it is.

A fragrance or perfume can be made with 100’s of synthetic ingredients containing undisclosed chemicals which could harm health.


Why are Fragrances and Perfumes in Skincare a problem?

Skincare brands list ‘Fragrance’ and ‘Perfume’ as their ingredients, and some list them as from a ‘Natural Source’, very few name the ingredients used to create these ‘Fragrances’ or ‘Perfumes’

Customers believe that both are safe, which is exactly what a brand wants you to think.

The ‘International Fragrance Association‘ (IFRA) states there are currently 3,000+ ingredients available to use in fragrance and perfumes.

One such ingredient, Phthalate, is a dangerous synthetic chemical that is frequently added to fragrance formulations to help a scent last longer, and it is almost always undisclosed.

The health risks for phthalate include cancer, human reproductive and developmental toxicity, endocrine disruption, birth defects and respiratory problems.

Chemicals produced in the manufacture of a fragrance are absorbed into the skin and find their way into the bloodstream.

Up to 11% of the population experience skin allergies to Fragrance.

Exposure to fragrances and perfumes are known to trigger symptoms of asthma and migraines, many suffering unnecessarily.

Rashes and breathing problems are prime examples.

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Hiding Ingredients on Labels

A manufacturer will often take advantage of a loophole allowing them to use the word ‘fragrance’ or ‘perfume’ as an ingredient and classify it as a ‘trade secret’, whereby allowing avoidance of fully disclosing all of the true ingredients in the product.

The failure of manufacturers to disclose full fragrance ingredient information results in many people suffering unnecessarily.


Self Regulation

The IFRA self regulates the safety of fragrances through the establishment of their own guidelines.

How to Avoid Fragrances and Perfumes in your Skincare

Avoid products that list the words ‘fragrance’ or ‘perfume’ as part of their ingredients.

Be aware that ‘Natural’ fragrance can be just as toxic as a synthetic fragrance as there are no legal definitions on cosmetic labelling as to what the word ‘Natural’ means.

Overuse of Fragrances in Beauty Products

Estimate percentage of fragrance/perfumes in products:

96% of Shampoos
98% of Conditioners
97% of Hair Styling products
91% of Anti-perspirants
95% of Shaving products
83% of Moisturisers
63% of Sunscreens
91% of Lip Moisturisers
71% of Lipsticks
50% of Foundations
33% of Blushes and Eyeliners

The PÜRE Collection Ingredients

There are no Fragrances or Perfumes in our Skincare

You will not see ‘Fragrance’ ‘Scent’ or ‘Perfume’/’Parfum’ as an ingredient in any of our products for the simple reason, we do not use any, any aroma you derive will be from the organic oils themselves.

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The Creation of PÜRE

We have spent the better part of the past three years researching the finest organic ingredients on the planet to make your skin ‘purely’ incredible. Our research has combined great minds in order to bring you the best wholly organic skin care products available.

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Award Winners

Skincare Award Winners

We were proud to have been Pure Beauty Global Award winners in 2018 for our PhytoHealth Revitalising Serum and the Pure Beauty Awards winners for our PhytohHealth Intense Serum.

Who are Pure Beauty?

Pure Beauty are the UK’s top Beauty and Cosmetic magazine that brings news, views and in-depth features covering product launches, retail trends and innovation in the British Beauty Market they allocate prestigious awards for innovation and creativity within the beauty industry.

Pure Beauty receives hundreds of entries from brands spanning 29 countries, the shortlist features 27 categories ranging from niche fragrance to personal care and packaging design including the category ‘Best New Organic Product’ in which our two products were shortlisted.


In 2019 we were finalists with our PhytoHealth Private Blend Beard Oil and our Detox Face Mask with Rose Otto from The Beauty Awards, and Editor’s Choice for our PhytoHealth Revitalising Serum.

About The Beauty Awards

The Beauty Awards were launched in 2001 by Beauty Magazine, bringing the industry, consumers and celebrities together for an annual celebration of the best in the beauty world to celebrate the latest and greatest products in UK retail beauty

In 2019 we were shortlisted for the Free from Skincare award for our PhytoHealth Intense Serum.

Who are ‘Free From Skincare’?

Free from Skincare focus on natural, organic and ‘free from’ skincare, free from some, or all of the chemicals and additives which concern consumers for health or ethical reasons

Truly Honoured And Humbled

We are humbled with such awards and will continue to add more unique, sustainable products containing only the uncommon, but sustainable, cruelty free, vegan and organic ingredients


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