Who Creates Our Natural Body Care Products?
I’m happy to introduce our skincare formulator and manufacturer, Kevin Parker. Even though he’s my husband, it’s been so much fun working with him to create my natural body care products. I help with formulas and production but Kevin has been formulating personal care products for most of his career. He knows the science, regulations, packaging options, and ingredient suppliers. Phew! He’s really been there to help me implement my vision.
What’s he like? He’s the athletic one in the family. A natural athlete, he moved from rugby to compete in triathlons. He started with short sprint races and gradually moved up to the Ironman level. Wow. I love to go out and support him at the shorter races BUT I’ve had breakfast, lunch, and dinner while he’s still doing an all-day Ironman race!
Kevin is a great dad to two beautiful daughters who both tower over me. What can I say? It’s a tall family! And they are ALL athletic. Where they have the natural ability, I have sheer will. Hah!
He’s also really fun and we have a great time together. A sense of humor is a big part of how we live. There is also a huge amount of mutual respect. I wouldn’t want to be on this journey with anyone else. Thank you Kevin!
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