Live from the American Spa CBD Summit with Wholemade Bath Co.

One of Wholemade's top hemp products is the face and body cream. // Photo courtesy of Wholemade Bath Co.

According to Pamela Orth, director of business development and partner of Wholemade Bath Co., a lot of natural products are created out of necessity. She says this from experience, as the handcrafted hemp bath and body care company she oversees was born out of need. Wholemade was created by Elissa and Jerell Klaver in 2004 after their family suffered a great tragedy. Looking to ground and center themselves again, the couple began searching for a project they could launch here in the United States that would not only build people up but help the local economy. The duo launched Salus, a natural bath and body care company, in their home state of Colorado. After opening their brick and mortar store as well as their online platform, Salus began reaching consumers and professionals across the globe. In 2017, the pair decided to take their business to the next level and launched Wholemade, a new, premiere family brand of products that combined their knowledge in personal care with the benefits of pure full spectrum hemp extract.

Here, get to know more about Wholemade Bath Co., how it got its start, what sets them apart from other products in the saturated CBD market, and what is next for the brand live from the inaugural American Spa CBD Summit.

 

 

Don't miss the next evolution of the American Spa CBD Summit, the Impact CBD Expo taking place in San Diego the summer of 2020. Learn more about the conference and the latest in the CBD industry on the Impact CBD Expo Chronicles website.

 

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