WHY do we make small batches on a regular basis at CELL INFUSE Australia?
When comparing skincare brands you may think “What’s the difference between our brand or A & B Brand?”
Well other than the obvious: price, packaging, ingredients, one of the big differences is the manufacturing. It can be unknown for consumers to get transparency on this, as it happens behind the scenes and many companies don’t share these details. But we will always help you understand our beliefs.
Although it’s more costly, at CELL INFUSE Australia we manufacture small product batches (rather than large volume/mass production), as we know that ultimately it will result in a better/fresher product for our customers.
Small batches enables us better control of the quality of the finished product and ensures freshness. This is particularly important for CELL INFUSE Australia products as we only use plant based formulas. You won’t find any harsh synthetic preservatives, only naturally derived preservatives. Similar to fresh produce, authentic natural skincare usually has a shorter shelf life than synthetic based products.
And just like the saying “fresh is best” with the food you eat, we believe the same applies to skincare.
As part of the process of manufacturing small batches, we individually test each batch to confirm the freshness and make sure the natural preservatives are working to ensure the product will remain free of bacteria and be safe for use. Individual batch testing is a costly process but it’s worth it in the long run.
It’s interesting to note there is no industry standard or requirements for this and not all brands batch test. We always stability test etc.
Also, small batches means products are not sitting in our warehouse for months at a time before it reaches the customers. Because we only manufacture small batches, this guarantees our customers get only the freshest produce possible.
I hope you have found this insight into how we make our products helpful.
You can view our range of natural and organic skincare products by clicking here.