Women Owned Wednesday -


Company Name: Olen Cosmetics
Founded: 2012
WEConnect International Certified: 2013
HQ: East St. Paul, MB, Canada
Website: olencosmetics.combabybutz.comwww.sunblocz.com 
Slogan: “Safe for you, Safe for your children” 
Retail: Jean Coutu, Loblaws, Mariano’s (Illinois), Metro, Overwaitea Foods, Rexall, Safeway, Shoppers Drug Mart, Sobeys, Superstore, Vita Health, West Coast Kids, McKesson
Online: http://olencosmetics.com/our-products/, amazon.com  


Majda started Olen Cosmetics to formulate and manufacture all-natural products for babies and children. Her most notable product is the multi-award winning Baby Butz cream which she developed to care for her severely disabled child. The formulation heals a multitude of skin conditions and a large number of adults were purchasing the product side brand under the name of Supraderm. Building on their success, Olen is expanding to include a full line of all-natural skin care products for global consumers. Olen products have no synthetic or chemical ingredients, no artificial fragrances, and no dyes. None of the products have been tested on animals and each comes with a complete description of its contents.


Olen Cosmetics is a Canadian company that manufactures and distributes all-natural, high quality hair and body care products for babies, children and adults. Their products are licensed NPN by Health Canada and FDA Registered. Made for safety and quality conscious global consumers, Olen’s product formulations are Safe, Simple and Effective. Their manufacturing processes adhere to the most stringent quality standards allowing them to deliver the highest quality all-natural products that are not only safe to use but also deliver supreme results

Quote on being a Women Owned business:

“Being a woman business owner is not easy, the struggle is in the juggle, between taking care of family and running a business. I am like many women business owners, who are passionate about their products or services and want to expand and share them, not only to enrich their lives but also benefit their communities and beyond. Obtaining a women-owned certification was an important first step as it provides opportunities to connect and do business with large corporations that can help me reach my goals.”
— Majda Ficko
Posted on March 1, 2017 .