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Amor Sui

Tiana King is the owner and founder of AMOR SUI, self-care products made from natural ingredients and botanical extracts with an ethos focussed on mind, body and soul. Tiana took some time out to talk to us about her brand and her residency at The Crossing.

What inspired you to start AMOR SUI? 

During lockdown people had more time at home to pay attention to self-care and look after themselves. I started the business as I wanted to create a unique brand that treated self-care as a ritual to leave people feeling relaxed and happy - as well as having great skin.

As an independent what is it about your brand that sets you apart from others?

I was very careful to ensure all (where possible) of the products ingredients and packaging come from the UK. They are also vegan, free from parabens, sulphates and made from natural ingredients. Essential Oils play a big part in the products, for their beauty, medicinal and spiritual benefits.

What are your current favourite products in the range?

The Inner Glow Body Polish has to be my favourite. When I developed it, I wanted to ensure it was as good as the high-end, luxury brands that I love to use, and the results are even better! It smells amazing and feels like a luxury spa treatment. There is also a matching body oil with CBD which has really helped my dry, winter skin.

How has the pop-up residency at The Crossing benefitted AMOR SUI?

I have made lot of new regular customers who I will continue to buy our products online. Also I was invited to have my products featured on the Bak of England’s Christmas online Bazaar.

What is your favourite thing to do at West Brompton Crossing? 

Getting an oat milk hot chocolate from the Hoarder or Over and Under. The coffee shops here really do great drinks.

What's next for AMOR SUI? 

AMOR SUI is now in four independent retailers, so the plan for the next six months is to build on retailers and add some exciting new products to the range, including hair oils and face serums.

 

Find out more at www.amor-sui.co.uk

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