The new website will allow customers to purchase the San Diego-based company’s organic products, including serums and capsules. It follows the introduction of its Australia e-commerce store in January 2022, which marked the brand’s first venture outside North America.
Bioavailable absorption technology
The products use advanced bioavailable absorption technology in a bid to help brain performance, increase energy and boost the immune system, among other benefits.
Cymbiotika’s CEO and Managing Partner, Shahab Elmi, said: “Our bioavailable absorption technology combines the purest ingredients with liposomal delivery.
“Liposomal delivery enhances the body’s ability to absorb every single nutrient in a product, leaving nothing to waste and providing a longer and stronger impact on an individual’s overall health. We are excited for UK consumers to try this unique technology with our premium-quality plant-based products!”
A global strategy
In the UK, the company’s e-commerce store will offer in-depth product descriptions, a health quiz to enable personal product recommendations, blogs and recipes, as well additional content from its team of scientists and doctors.
Customers will also have the chance to sign up to a rewards programme, bulk-buy options and save on international shipping charges and customs fees.
Elmi said: “Our business is driven by the goal of empowering as many people as possible worldwide to reclaim their health and live long, happy lives. While we are still at the start of the new year, 2022 has already kicked off with an unprecedented level of growth for us toward this objective.
“We are beyond elated to announce this next step in our global strategy, providing a new way for Cymbiotika's top-quality products to reach customers in the UK market.”
Vitality and longevity
Founded in 2017, wellness brand Cymbiotika products use plant-based nutrients to combat specific nutritional deficiencies and support detoxification, healthy ageing and longevity.
The company aims to help people build stronger bodies without the use of synthetics, GMOS, fillers, chemicals, preservatives, additives, or sugars.