LYNOSLIFE appoints new Commercial Director 

LYNOSLIFE, the leading Irish manufacturer of cosmetics, beauty and health & wellbeing products has today announced the appointment of Phil O’Sullivan as Commercial Director 

LYNOSLIFE employs a team of over 120 across their Cork and Mayo campuses. The company offers a diverse range of services including formulation, sourcing, bulk manufacturing, filling and packing for the global beauty and personal care markets. Mr O’Sullivan joins LYNOSLIFE from his recent role as Commercial Director for an international distribution business to the pharma and life sciences industries. He has previously held roles in indigenous and multinational companies including Kepak Group, H J Heinz, Boots, Gillette and Anderco. With over 20 years industry experience, Phil brings insights from the pharma, food, drinks, seafood, agri and FMCG sectors to the team.    

Commenting on the appointment, LYNOSLIFE CEO Aiden Corcoran said:The last five years have been a period of tremendous growth for LYNOSLIFE. We have expanded from a team of 22 to a team of over 120, opened our second site in Cork and invested in our R&D formulation facility and output capacity. We are delighted to now welcome Phil to the team as Commercial Director. He brings a wealth of end-to-end experience knowledge across ideation, global sourcing, product development, branding, marketing, and sales. He will play a pivotal role in our plans for global growth and expansion as we further diversify our offering.”  

Mr O’Sullivan is a guest lecturer in University College Cork for their Ignite entrepreneur programme and a guest lecturer for FITU (Food Industry Training Unit) also based out of UCC. He is also a board member of the FITU advisory board in UCC.  

Mr O’Sullivan said, “I am delighted to have joined the team at LYNOSLIFE at such an exciting time for the company. The last year has been a significant one for business, and LYNOSLIFE’s capacity, expertise and agility has meant we have consistently delivered large-scale projects that meet the requirements of our customers and the needs of consumer around the world  

I look forward to developing strong commercial opportunities, as we continue to build on our reputation as a global brand that drives innovation in the health, well-being and beauty sectors.”  

After three years of sustained growth for the company, in November 2020, LYNOSLIFE rebranded from Cosmetic Creations. In March 2020, the company launched Airmedica, a range of personal care products, in direct response to the growing demand for hand sanitiser and other protective and safe products. In the last 12 months, the company has manufactured and delivered over eight million units of hand sanitiser in total to sectors including retail, hospitality and healthcare. By mid-2021, the company will also have invested a total of €1.5million over 18 months into the Mayo and Cork sites, further increasing adherence to cGMP and enhancing output capacity, commercial marketing and ecommerce capabilities. Shipping to more than 15 countries globally, clients include brand leaders as well as house hold private label brand names for the Irish, UK and European retail markets