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Custom Manufacturing

Custom Manufacturing

Prima Fleur has been a recognized luxury personal care manufacturer since 1990. Our full-service contract manufacturing facility specializes in the production of custom natural products using superior ingredients from suppliers worldwide who share our belief in the benefits of botanicals. Today, we create and manufacture skin care, body care, hair care, and aromatherapy products for some of the most prestigious, forward-thinking brands in the world. From retail products and professional lines to spa back bar and hotel amenity programs, we offer complete customization to fit your unique needs.

Our formulations feature nature's most precious therapeutic ingredients and essential oils, many of which are exclusive to Prima Fleur. Derived from plant material according to the most advanced technological methods, these ingredients revitalize, repair, replenish, moisturize, soothe, nourish, detoxify, soften, penetrate, protect, and transform the skin and hair—naturally. We do not use parabens, sulfates, petrochemicals, synthetic fragrances, synthetic colors, or other harsh ingredients in our formulas. We do not test on animals.

Our clients’ proprietary formulations have been profiled as cutting-edge in prominent magazines including Vogue, W, Elle, InStyle, Cosmopolitan, Town and Country, Marie Claire, Allure, and Redbook. We manufacture for companies that sell products in Barney’s, Henri Bendel, Fred Segal, Sephora, Whole Foods Market, and the boutiques of world-renowned destination spas, as well as online retailers such as Saffron Rouge. Our customer base spans the globe, and our clients export worldwide, to Asia, Canada, the European Union, and beyond.

We assist our custom manufacturing clients every step of the way, from planning to final product, from one product to a complete line. Please contact us at sales@primafleur.com for more information regarding this program or download our Custom Product Development Information.

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