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Spice Island launches local eCommerce store

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Spice Island announces the launch of its local e-Store. Customers could now simply visit www.spiceislandbeauty.com and order their products and have it delivered to their doorstep with a click of a button. 

“Globally we have seen a steady incline towards e commerce stores and it is interesting to note that many global beauty brands and cosmetic companies taking the lead in creating this trend. Online ordering has always been available for international customers on the Spice Island website. However, based on our customer feedback, we have now opened out this feature to our local customers as well, giving them greater convenience and flexibility to get the products right to their doorstep anywhere in Sri Lanka and overseas,” said Shehara Meadows, Head of Sales and Marketing at Spice Island Ltd.

The e-store is easy to navigate, user-friendly and mobile agnostic. Spice Island partnered with Global Payments Asia- Pacific Lanka Ltd., a leading worldwide provider of payment technology services enabling customers to make their payments through Visa and Mastercard credit and debits cards quickly, securely and conveniently. 

City Pak powered by IML will be providing the delivery service and the customer pays based on the weight of the package and not on the distance of the delivery, which is very convenient and also a great way for customers living out of Colombo to experience Spice Island. 

Spice Island will continue to be available at all Barefoot outlets and the Cotton Collection flagship store in Colombo and will be relaunched at LUV SL at Odel in the near future.  Inspired by the ancient wisdom of Hela Weda and Ayurveda, Spice Island is a holistic approach to personal skin and hair care. The Spice Island philosophy revolves around improving natural health and beauty of humanity, through the life science known as Ayurveda. It is a brand catered to the health-conscious consumer, who embraces and desires a lifestyle of wellbeing. Using 100% natural key ingredients of spices, herbs, botanicals and super fruits sourced directly from the spice trade of Sri Lanka, Spice Island offers the benefits of ancient healing through its range of personal care products.


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