Nature Volve Magazine, vol 4 12.08.2019
“Handmade creams influenced by science stay true to nature. Organic chemistry provides the knowledge required to develop various health products, such as creams that keep our skin healthy.
From a small lab in Bulgaria, Maia Mitreva takes her knowledge from her organic chemistry studies and blends it with artistic creativity to create a diverse range of natural skincare products through the Handmaids brand. Maia Mitreva shares more about the inspiration behind the development of Handmaids, and the company’s natural botanical creations.”
SO WOW Magazine, 21.05.2019
Never forget your under-eye area! Handmaids also produce this miraculous Carrot Eye Cream that helps to restore the natural skin balance hydrating, rejuvenating and refreshing it thanks to jojoba oil, carrot seed essential oil and the Bulgarian Rose Water. “
Ana Goes Green, 23.08.2017
Brand to watch: Handmaids
“…Handmaids are an example of how, if you search out a niche, less well-known brands you can find some gorgeous products at really good prices. The brand has lovely ingredients, formulas and a fun approach to their branding and packaging that makes them stand out, in what has become a very dull sea of samey looking packaging and brands.”
Galia Simeonova, 11.07.2017
Handmaids – The Good Choice!
„…I use these 3 products altogether and my skin is now deeply hydrated and very soft to touch. These lovely “ointments” do their work excellently without containing artificial scents, colours, parabens etc. These are simply a healthy dose of care for the skin.’
View Sofia, 16.09.2015
The Good Small Business: All natural, handmade and personal by Handmaids
“Handmaids start with the idea of something good. They are convinced that the market has a strong need for a good Bulgarian product and they take on the challenge – they start formulating skincare – naturally, handmade and personally.”
With Hands & Heart
“We love seeing people who follow their dreams. Sometimes we meet them in a bakery for hand made bread, or in crafter beer shops – and sometimes we find them in a little laboratory at the far end of Sofia.”