Health and lifestyle

Kansha Alchemy – Premium Health Supplements For Both Men And Women

Kansha Alchemy launched their first product in September 2017 (their 'Good Hair Nutrient Complex'), and now, the brand owns an extended range of health supplements that include some for your skin.

Kansha Alchemy launched their first product in September 2017 (their ‘Good Hair Nutrient Complex’), and now, the brand owns an extended range of health supplements that include some for your skin.

On the whole, as a business, Kansha Alchemy provides premium quality hair, nail and skin complexes for both men and women, and the business was launched by two women, who vowed to bring health supplements that would be both inclusive, and of high quality to the market.

Founders, Ann-Louise Holland and Carol Harrison created Kansha Alchemy together, after they both experienced hair-loss in their 40s and 50s, and they sought to do something about it. 

In particular, Ann-Louise started to experiencing hair thinning after leaving a senior PR role at Nivea, and no matter what she tried (from painful treatments, to expensive creams), nothing seemed to work. 

She quickly became tired of the unsuccessful and unclear market offerings, and around the same time, her business partner Carol developed breast cancer and lost all of her hair. 

In response, the pair decided to launch Kansha Alchemy with the aim of developing products that would not only work for them, but also for other men and women going through the same process. After extensive research, they developed a range of products that instead of using complicated ingredients and synthetic fillers, would use natural herbs, vitamins and minerals. 

The results were remarkable for both of them, and now, the business has gone from strength to strength, offering products for men too, as well as vitamin supplements for healthy skin.

Previously, Ann-Louise worked in PR and marketing for renowned companies such as Nivea, La Prairie and Eucerin, whilst Carol was head of Global / European marketing for Reebok brands such as Rockport and then Nautica where she lived in Spain, and was also the image rights’ manager for the Beckham’s.

We have been very single minded about what we want our brand to represent and also very focused on creating products that had a point of difference, so working with Amazon Launchpad gave us the lift we needed to expand successfully and appropriately, beyond our own skill set – it was the missing link we needed,” they said.

Find out more here: https://kanshaalchemy.co.uk