Posted: Tue 19th Mar 2024

New face joins growing team at North Wales-based organic beauty brand

Business, in Wales.

THERE’S a new face at an award-winning organic beauty range.

Skincare expert Louise Evripidou has joined the team at Rhug Wild Beauty, the popular collection based at Rhug Estate, near Corwen in North Wales.

With more than 25 years’ experience in the sector, Louise is well placed to help take the brand – which is produced using ingredients foraged on the 12,500-acre Denbighshire site – to the next level.

Now living on the picturesque farm estate with partner Mike, the mum-of-two, who hails from Wirral, is thrilled to be helping drive sales via the farm shop while also holding beauty therapy consultation and education sessions in the evenings.

With plans for a pop-up spa and wellness centre on site, Rhug Wild Beauty is looking to build further on its reputation for quality, sustainability, and care, having achieved seven medals, including two golds and three silver, at last year’s Free From Skincare Awards.

“I am so pleased to be here, I really believe in the products and the success of the range so far speaks for itself,” said Louise.

“I’ve worked in five-star spas, hotels and the aesthetics industry for more than 25 years and this collection is up there with the best I’ve come across, so I’m privileged to now be part of the Wild Beauty journey.”


Skin consultations will take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays this month, and there will be an evening consultation and mini facials session on Wednesday March 27 from 6pm-8pm.

As well as offering tips and guidance, Louise can create bespoke skincare routines for customers, and there will be product trials, arm and hand massages, and more.


“This is the perfect place inside and out for people to come and receive a treatment or even sit and talk through our range of products in a warm, welcoming environment,” she added.

“Rhug Wild Beauty is renowned in the UK and globally for its commitment to naturally sourced ingredients and sustainable practices, so I’m going to incorporate that same approach into our personal pampering rituals.

“I look forward to welcoming new and existing customers and being able to share my expertise as the brand continues to grow and go from strength to strength.

“Rhug Estate is so idyllic; we are loving being part of the fabric of this amazing destination and are excited for the future.”


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