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Nomarks enters herbal soap category

05-March-2005
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Nomarks enters herbal soap category

Nomarks has introduced skin-care solutions for both oily and dry skin types, with its Herbal Moisturising Soap and Herbal Oil-Control Soap.

The soaps are available in all retail stores across the country and they are priced at Rs 26 for a 75gm pack. The Nomarks Herbal Oil- Control Soap comes with a discount of Rs 7 on its 75 gm pack and is currently offered at Rs 19 only.

The two soaps are herbal moisturising soap containing aloe vera, kokum butter, olive and jojoba. The Nomarks Herbal Oil-Control Soap offers the combination of jambira and aloe vera in a skin-cleansing, sebum-control formulation.

"Nomarks has always pioneered the natural skin care category in India with products that are innovative and breakthrough concepts in themselves. We are now taking the Indian soap market onto the next level by introducing the first moisturising and oil-control soaps in the herbal category. With these value additions to the existing offerings, we intend to leverage on the growing popularity of herb-based soaps among consumers in India," said P S Sandhu, VP, Ozone Ayurvedics.

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