Good to Know - Volume 2, Manufacturing Process

When I first stepped foot into a skincare laboratory and manufacturing plant over 20 years ago, I was in awe. Until then, I really had no idea where skincare and beauty products came from - nor did I ever think about it. But once I laid eyes on the beakers, the scales, the raw materials, and the mixers, I realized that I had found my calling.

The process of making skincare is quite complex. The approach includes research, research, research. Like a chef writes a recipe from scratch, I hand-select every ingredient that goes into my products, including plant extracts, botanicals, aromas, as well as classic and modern discoveries. (Read more about those ingredients here!) Once I decide upon a formula that I love, we move into the testing phase. No testing on animals of course. Our testing is done with people in our office, friends, and of course family. Upon deciding on a final formula, we begin the batching, manufacturing, and filling process.

All of our products are made here in the USA. Our state of the art facilities adhere to the FDA’s CGMP, which are the guidelines for Current Good Manufacturing Practices. And with 20+ years in the business, I have extensive knowledge and experience in both U.S. and foreign regulatory practices.

Of course, quality is one of our top priorities. Our facilities here in the U.S. are compliant with the highest standards in the industry. Each and every batch that we make is tested in-house and in a third party test lab to ensure that every time a Radiant Cleansing Balm or Face Oil No. 9 reaches your doorstep, it’s the best darn product that we can make.

With the culmination of 20+ years development experience and the in-depth understanding of manufacturing fundamentals, it was my goal to develop a line of high-performance luxury skincare products, Colleen Rothschild Beauty.

I hope that the end result is giving women (and some men too!) healthy, beautiful skin no matter your age or skin condition.



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