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Cheltenham grooming brand celebrates big win with Boots

Hawkins & Brimble, the Cheltenham-based men's skincare and grooming brand is launching eight of its products into selected Boots stores this month.

The products on the shelves include Daily Energising Moisturiser, Oil Control Moisturiser, Eye Cream and Aftershave Balm.

Stephen Shortt, CEO of Hawkins & Brimble, said: "This is a major win for the brand, as Boots is the number 1 men's grooming destination in the UK and it is a testament to all the hard work my team has done, especially during the coronavirus outbreak."

Hawkins & Brimble employs six people and expects turnover to hit £3 million in 2021.

Hawkins & Brimble products are made in the UK with natural ingredients, free from SLS, parabens and harsh chemicals. The company also has a strict anti-animal testing policy.

The company was started in 2016 and its products are now sold in over 1,000 stores across the UK and over 5,000 stores in 25 countries across the globe.

Product photo credit: Faydit Photography

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