BATH & SHOWER PRODUCTS

FMI has the expertise to manufacture and package your liquid bath and shower products. Working with you, our experienced product development chemists will formulate your bath and shower product. Your product is then manufactured by our skilled compounders in one of our many manufacturing vessels using cGMP protocols. Once the formula is made, we can package it how you want it—from bottles and tubes of all sizes to small sample package such as foil packettes.

Bath & Shower

Forms


  • Bath Salts
  • Bath Beads
  • Body Wash
  • Body Scrub
  • Shower Gel
  • In-shower Oils & Lotions

Applications


  • Body Wash
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Relaxation
  • Body Care
  • Moisturizing

BATH & SHOWER MARKET

The bath and shower market is segmented by shower products, liquid bath products, bath additives, and bar soaps. Shower products comprise the largest segment and includes shower gels, body washes, shower creams, exfoliators, and body shampoos. The liquid bath products category includes products that are formulated in liquid or gel form such as bubble bath, baby soaps, deodorizing soaps, intimate hygiene soaps, and medicated soaps. Bath additives include such products as bath salts, bath oils, bath gels, bath pearls, and other water-soluble forms of minerals.

ORGANIC AND NATURAL BATH & SHOWER PRODUCTS

As the demand for organic and natural bath and shower products increases, FMI has you covered. FMI is CCOF certified so you can be confident that we maintain the integrity of your organic product. CCOF stands for California Certified Organic Farmers which is a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) accredited organic certifying agency and trade association. CCOF is one of the first organic certifying agencies and their organic certification standards were used as the foundation for the USDA National Organic Program which made “certified organic” a federally regulated claim. Learn more about CCOF.

The Natural Products Association is the largest and oldest nonprofit organization representing the interests of manufacturers and retailers of the natural products market, which includes organic and health foods, dietary supplements, natural ingredient cosmetics, and other similar products. For more information on natural products, click here to go directly to the Natural Products Association or NPA website. For a set of guidelines for cosmetic personal care products regulated by the FDA that dictate if a product can be considered truly natural, go to the NPA Standard and Certification requirements for Personal Care Products.