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Biocol Labs

Biocol Labs

Lisbon, Portugal
Posted on Friday, February 2, 2024

Overview - Building the Natural Pfizer.

Biocol labs is a healthcare company on a mission of making a superior medicine cabinet with a nature-first approach.

Biocol labs is disrupting healthcare by pioneering a new category - the natural OTC space. We innovate, research, develop, produce, design and sell directly to customers natural remedies which are clinically proven to be as effective as America's most consumed chemical OTCs - but without the chemicals, the side-effects, the confusion, the addiction, the self-serving pharmacy channels and all the other B.S.

Welcome to the post-chemical society. Feel free to stay forever.

The Job

Biocol Labs is a dynamic and innovative DTC eCommerce company committed to delivering exceptional online shopping experiences. We are looking for a creative and versatile Designer to join our fast-paced team. If you are passionate about designing compelling digital content and have a knack for e-commerce, we would love to hear from you.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Research and Design DTC Ads: Create engaging and effective advertisements for social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram. Understand target audiences and design ads that resonate and convert.
  • Email Campaigns and Automations: Design visually appealing and effective email marketing campaigns. Work with marketing teams to develop automation strategies that enhance customer engagement and retention.
  • Web Design: Enhance our website's user experience and conversion rates through innovative and responsive design. Implement design strategies that align with our brand and sales objectives.
  • Basic Web Programming: Utilize basic programming skills to assist in web design and functionality improvements. Familiarity with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript preferred.
  • Landing Page Design: Develop and design various landing pages including advertorials, listicles, and other promotional content that drives engagement and conversion.
  • Social Media Posts Design: Create compelling and brand-aligned designs for our social media posts, ensuring consistency and quality across all platforms.
  • Support Design Needs: Assist the team with various design needs such as flyers, event materials, product packaging, and other creative projects.


  • Moderate experience in graphic design, preferably in a DTC or eCommerce setting.
  • Proficiency in design software (e.g., Adobe Creative Suite).
  • Experience with social media advertising and email marketing design.
  • Basic understanding of web development and programming.
  • Strong portfolio showcasing a range of design skills, particularly in digital media.
  • Ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent communication and teamwork skills.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design or related field preferred.

History of Biocol - A start-up with 44 years of authority.

We're not made to take chemicals. So why do we take them to get better?

Biocol Labs is the post-chemical healthcare company, creating the new health essentials for modern men and women, which traditional healthcare doesn't dare or care to provide. The original laboratory was founded in 1977 in Lisbon, with the mission of making chemical medicine prescription minimal amongst the medical class. It has ever since been a family run business, developing new formulas and expanding their product line into more than 20 countries across all categories of healthcare (from kidscare to depression to petcare).

Nowadays, Biocol takes a new direction. As a seed stage startup, Biocol is growing to become the leading DTC brand in the natural healthcare space, taking on an aggressive online growth strategy. Backed by strategic and extremely successful angel investors and funds, Biocol is on the mission to make Pfizer redundant in the ailment space and become a must-have product in our modern day lives.

Biocol labs was considered the top most disruptives companies in the world by the likes of Forbes, Le Monde and Wallpaper.