FuZing the Creative with the Consumer
Featured Artisan 360 Skincare

By Handmade FuZion on 4:30 AM

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Where are you located? San Diego, California

How long have you been creating handmade items? We have been making Skin Care products for just shy of 8 years.

What type of products do you offer? We offer a wide spectrum of pampering natural skin care products for the face, body and feet.

How did you decide on your company’s name? We came up with the name after all the products in our line had been created. We covered everything from head to so we though we would be giving customer a full 360 experience. Hence the name 360 Skin Care.

What is your motivation? There are a lot of different motivations in my life, but by far my

biggest motivators are my Children. Showing them that it is possible to follow your dreams and not settle for a job because its easy or a pay check is a rewarding experience. Our family owned business allows me to instill a work ethic in my children that I never could working for someone else. They get to see everything the good and the bad.

What do you enjoy most about creating handmade items? The freedom to experiment. I love taking one ingredient and seeing how it reacts with another ingredient. Each new formulation has the potential to be a success or failure with just a minor modification.

Which items are your best sellers? Our Hydrating Body Scrubs are our number one seller, followed closely by Shea & Aloe Facial Cleanser and Alpha Hydroxy Acid Facial Crème.
How do you market your products? For wholesale we have independent sales representatives, attend spa trade shows and also a lot of direct marketing. For retail marketing we sale via our site www.360SkinCare.com, Handmade FuZion, and Amazon. We also advertise on blogs and in co-operative print ads.

What are your favorite features on Handmade FuZion? What new features would you like to see? My favorite feature is the scrolling images along the top. It keeps the page fresh and engaging. I don’t have any particular upgrade I would like to see at the moment except maybe the ability to see sold items.

Do you have any advice for other artisans? Have passion for what you do and keep trying to improve your craft. Whether it is with your actual products, images or your customer service, always strive for the next level.

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