Nature at the doorstep

BANGALORE: ‘Bringing nature to your doorstep’ was launched by The Nature’s company on Wednesday in the city. The brand drew the strength from the goodness of nature its first store in th

Published: 12th January 2012 12:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:13 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: ‘Bringing nature to your doorstep’ was launched by The Nature’s company on Wednesday in the city.

The brand drew the strength from the goodness of nature its first store in the city at the Phoenix Marketcity Mall. The company has also imbibed natural and eco-friendly beauty products extracted from nature. Natasha Shah, Founder of The Nature’s Company said, “Today we are living in a world where we are all going back to doing things in a natural way. The Nature’s Company is the perfect solution for the customer of today who not only wants to look good and feel pampered, but is increasingly looking out for natural and eco-friendly beauty products. The brand was conceptualised as an endeavour dedicated to natural way of beauty, pampering and indulgence and we have been continuing to deliver contemporary conventional beauty solutions for our customers through our unique innovations. It brings me immense pleasure to launch a brand like ours in a global city that truly understands and appreciates nature.” The company through its products highlight the five dominating elements of the brand and influenced from the products themselves.

“We believe in the philosophy that natural products have healing, beautifying, and enriching qualities that cannot be found in synthetic products,” added Natasha.

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