• Cosmetic Creations has increased the production of its newly launched hand sanitiser by almost 100% due to the continued demand created by Covid-19.

    The Claremorris-based company has taken on 20 more staff and 20 new contractors in its Cork and Mayo offices and has redeveloped its sites to meet the demand for Airmedica, which was launched three weeks ago.

    Initially planning to produce up to 80,000 units a week, the company this week produced 150,000 units, with output to increase to a maximum capacity of 200,000 units per week.

    As well as formulating and manufacturing Airmedica on site, the company is also shipping and distributing the hand sanitiser to customers in the public and private sector, including frontline healthcare staff and retail outlets nationally.

    Aiden Corcoran, Owner and CEO of Cosmetic Creations, says they are keeping a limited supply of the product on their online shop

  • As fears grow over the spread of Coronavirus, a Mayo-based company has launched a new hand sanitiser, in response to increasing demand.

    Cosmetic Creations, based in Mayo and Cork, has formulated and tested a new hand sanitiser called Airmedica, following requests from the public and private sectors, and will producing 80,000 units per week.

    The company has, to date, been a manufacturer of skincare and cosmetic products but is expanding into the pharmaceutical market.

    Late last year, the company announced 30 additional jobs at its headquarters in Claremorris.

    Owner and CEO of Cosmetic Creations Aiden Corcoran said they intend to produce 2.5 million units of the Airmedica sanitiser, and orders have already been confirmed for 40% of the potential units.