Nutrinorm Wellness launches new range of beauty & skin care products

Nutrinorm Wellness launches new range of beauty & skin care products

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Kolkata, Sep 10: Nutrinorm Wellness, the emerging herbal and natural products brand, based on Ayurveda has launched its new collection of beauty, skincare and haircare products under the categories - Evergreen, Recreate, Rekindle, Captivate, Resistance and Uplift.

The products are created from natural ingredients backed with extensive research to give a beautiful glow, healthy skin and luscious hair.

The products are launched to address the needs of dry, oily, sensitive and normal skin. Nutrinorm product range starts at Rs 199 onwards and is available on ecommerce portals like Amazon and Flipkart.

These products will also be available in 1000 retail stores across key metros and Tier II cities in India.

Indulge and experience holistic beauty and wellness with pure, natural ingredients & essential oils to nourish and reinvigorate face, skin and body with the Nutrinorm products. For face, the brand has launched face washes for anti-aging, oil control, acne and clear face, blemish control, face scrubs, under eye cream, face mask and night repair cream. For hair, it has found shampoos ranging across dandruff, revitalizing, hair volumizer and protein. On skin, it has created a revitalising body lotion.

Commenting on the launch of the product range, Mr. Dr. Ravi Sankar, Executive Director, Nutrinorm Wellness said, “Skincare and beauty retail is the fastest growing industry. There are many competitors in the market with different product and business propositions. Nutrinorm Wellness is happy to announce the range of products and promise to serve its customers with its unique products that provide great results. Our products are made of 100% herbal active ingredients based on scientific research. With a strong team & distribution channels, we are aiming to close total revenue of around 100 crores by end of 2022, and present across 1000 retail stores in key metros and Tier II cities in India by 2020.” (UNI)