MYKU makes room for hand sanitizer production
MYKU Biosciences is adding hand sanitizer to its private label production.
The Denver-based company is known for its high volume capacity for private brand dietary supplements, premium topicals and cosmetics, but it has now added contract manufacturing capabilities to produce hand sanitizers.
The company said it’s able to meet private label needs for large volume retail opportunities, with low lead times and continuity of supply. “We are an R&D leading and agile private label manufacturing partner, and recently upgraded our facilities to meet demand for high quality, American made hand sanitizer gels and sprays,” said Alex Sourry, vice president of sales.
Additionally, the hand sanitizers can be produced with value-added ingredients such as Vitamin E, herbal extracts, moisturizers, emollients, humectants and a range of premium fragrances that meet organic standards. The sanitizers can come in gels or sprays and a variety of packaging sizes.
"We are proud to be a market leader in R&D for formulations without the use of artificial fragrances, preservatives, thickeners, and GMOs. Our hand sanitizers are formulated for consumers who are increasingly looking for more natural and organic products, including grain-derived alcohols, without compromising on efficacy and performance," said Tim Drennan, chief science officer, MYKU Biosciences.