Lannion.  Endro cosmetics stops selling online to support small sellers

Lannion. Endro cosmetics stops selling online to support small sellers

Marion Le Goualher and Boris Le Goffic founders of Endro cosmetics © Christophe GANNE

On the company’s website Lannion Endro Cosmetics, all products are marked “sold out”. The reason: to avoid selling on the Internet and favor small sellers who trust the young company from the start.

“On the occasion of the launch of our new cleaning range, we want to hit hard to show the urgency of the situation.”

Marion Le Goualher and Boris Le Goffic, founder of Endro

3000 points of sale

Since its inception in 2019, the beauty products company has sold both online and at more than 3,000 points of sale, including the entire biocoop network.

“Every time we did offers and promotions online, the stores sounded the alarm. We decided to help them in this way.

After the incarceration, small grocery stores and local retailers face greater economic hardship.

“It seems that with the crisis, the digital business is doing well. However, it is these physical sales points that have contributed to our development, we want to give back to you.”

New assortment

The company has 40 employees based in the agglomeration area in the area of ​​Pégas in Lannion.
The company has 40 employees based in the agglomeration area in the area of ​​Pégas in Lannion. © Christophe GANNE

Starting Monday, September 26, the two new products, the Cleansing Cleanser and the Green Clay Face Mask, will be available in-store only.

A map indicating the reference points of sale will remain on the website.

“We will definitely open the site again, but we don’t know when”

No travel to Australia

For three years, Endro cosmetics has been a real success. From two employees, there are now 40 of them and they are installed in premises rented by the agglomeration in the Pegasus zone in Lannion.

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Minister Olivier Becht celebrated their success by coming to visit them at the end of August. The Minister of Foreign Trade even invited them on a business trip Australia.

“In the end, we won’t make the trip. It was expensive and we have a lot of work to do. Definitely another time,” explain the two young entrepreneurs.

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