PUBLISHED: 16:52 01 July 2014 | UPDATED: 13:19 30 August 2017



AFYNA is an organic range of skincare products created in Cornwall and sold in some of the county's top spas

AFYNA is a brand new organic skincare range developed by Sara Young, a highly experienced spa therapist and spa owner based in Cornwall. Sara was frustrated with the organic skincare ranges on offer, finding many left an oily residue that took time to be absorbed into the skin, time that her clients simply didn’t have.

One of the most anticipated products in the range is the Firming Eye Serum’, a light, cooling serum to firm the eye area, formulated with Siberian Ginseng, that lifts the skin while naturally derived vitamin A combats the appearance of wrinkles.

The full result of Sara’s efforts is AFYNA, organic skincare products that penetrate quickly into the skin whilst delivering maximum results. The groundbreaking product formulations use certified organic ingredients combined with powerful bio-extracts such as hyaluronic acid and lupine peptides.

There are a total of 25 products in the range with 16 for the face and 9 for the body, with a price range from £17 - £45, providing a head to toe solution to organic and high quality skincare, each hand blended in Cornwall and certified organic by the Organic Farmers and Growers society.

The full range of products and treatments are currently available in a selection of spas in Cornwall including River Spa in Wadebridge, River Spa at The Metropole Hotel in Padstow and The Spa at St Endodoc in Rock.

Despite only launching AFYNA in May 2014, Sara is already in talks with a leading spa salon chain in central London with a view to officially launching the full product range and treatment menu in store there later this year. She is also aiming to target spas across the UK with her extensive range of products and treatments and has a highly trained team of therapists attending events and shows across the country over the next few months.

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"AFYNA is hosting a variety of pop-up spas across Cornwall, and soon into London, as part of these events it promises to donate 15% of all proceeds to the RNLI who help keep our coastlines safe."

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