Organic Skin Care Brand Comes to City

Published: 27th November 2014 06:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th November 2014 06:01 AM   |  A+A-


HYDERABAD: There is lot of confusion among the populace regarding the kind of products one can pick up which can make them feel good and at the same time also doesn’t harm their skin. The answer is “organic products” says, Manisha Chopra, beauty expert who launched her brand SeaSoul in Hyderabad on Wednesday. “Products other than organic contain chemicals which can spoil skin. One has to make sure that they use organic products,” she says while validating her answer. Actress Simer Motiani unveiled the product.

Mentioning about the unique selling proposition of SeaSoul she says, “The product contains dead sea minerals, plant stem cells, noni fruit, moroccan argan and goji berries which all contribute to making a healthy mixture suitable for skin.” Before picking up any cosmetic, one needs to consult a skin specialist who will analyse their skin and suggest them products accordingly.

Adding that while many other organic products seem to have some or the other chemicals in them, SeaSoul is 100 per cent organic she claims while adding that they are the pioneers in making cosmetic candles. “The benefit of having candle products is that when the candle is lit, the product melts, thereby giving the maximum benefit.”

The product which is manufactured in Israel. Mentioning about the formulation, she says, “Chemists from Australia, Israel and French have come together and decided upon the content of the product.”

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