Maple organics, the company behind maple organica shampoo, announced today that it’s rebranding its shampoo brand to Maple Organics, as the company tries to make itself a more relevant brand.
The rebrand is an attempt to make its products more relevant to consumers and the beauty industry.
“This is a very big deal,” the company said in a statement.
“We are excited to be a part of a long term relationship with a brand that embodies the essence of maple organic and who embodies the mission of the maple organiacs.”
The company also announced it’s making Maple Organic products available to other retailers as well.
The company is trying to make the brand more relevant by offering it as an ingredient in the cosmetics of other retailers and by launching the brand into other beauty categories.
The name Maple Organica means “organically-grown.”
The name was originally inspired by the organics used in maple sap and maple syrup, the product’s company said.
Maple organic shampoo, a spray containing organic ingredients, was announced in September as part of an ongoing partnership with the company.
It was initially available only at retail stores and as an organic shampoo in some grocery stores.
But the company launched the shampoo in November 2016, and it launched the spray to its online store in January 2017.
The company’s founder and chief executive, Matt Cogan, is the co-founder of organic hair and beauty products company Maple Organism.
The co-founders are now co-CEOs of the company and its board of directors.
Cogan previously co-founded organic hair products company Organic Barber Shop.
A maple sap is a type of sap found in maple trees.