UK Spa Association
How brand Kloris is making waves in 2023
Six Senses, Nobu, BVLGARI, Schloss Roxburge and many other revered global spas now feature KLORIS’ premium CBD treatments - a testament to the quality of this stand-out CBD brand, founded in 2018 by three friends on a mission to bring the benefits of plant-based wellness to the world.
“Let Nature Love You” is KLORIS’ mantra - one they deliver on through purposeful CBD products created with functional formulas that respect the planet.
Rigorous attention to detail has led to KLORIS receiving rave reviews and many accolades, including the Stamp of Excellence by the Medical Clinicians Cannabis Society, two Marie Claire Sustainability Awards and an Elle “Future of Beauty” award. Their flagship retail store opened in London’s Carnaby neighbourhood in April 2022.
So, how does KLORIS plan to continue evolving in 2023?
“With CBD being so new, we are focusing on education as much as product development and marketing,” said co-founder Pedram, “we spend a great deal of time engaging with experts to help demystify this sometimes confusing space and we’ll be releasing amazing content created with experts like Professor Mike Barnes, to help inform and entertain.”
Co-founder Kim Smith heads up the spa side of the business and ensures the KLORIS ethos of ethics, education and quality is weaved into the signature treatments, training sessions and professional line used in spa.
“Ensuring that the complete customer experience is amazing - wherever they interact with KLORIS, is also a critical part of our mission,” explains co-founder Matt.
“This touches everything, from our focus on efficacy-led products that produce real results (think better sleep, more calm, help with pain and recovery, menopause support and amazing skin), to crafting sensory experiences with our partners that incorporate bespoke sounds, scents and touch. We want to exceed expectations at every touchpoint.
All of this is underpinned by our deep-rooted commitment to tread lightly on the planet. We’re going even further with that in 2023. We’ve always avoided single-use and non-recyclable materials, but we can do even better and we’ve some exciting new developments launching this year.”