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Balancing and Hydrating ranges introduced by Artistry Skin Nutrition

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News Desk, News Nation 360: Advancing towards its philosophy of delivering nutrients for the skin, Amway India, one of the leading FMCG Direct Selling companies in the nation, has launched an exclusive range that transcends the skin care needs of all. The Balancing and Hydrating ranges introduced by Artistry Skin Nutrition showcase a distinctive blend of ingredients that collaborate to balance and hydrate the skin, providing a refreshing and youthful appearance. Enriched with plant-based botanicals from Nutrilite farms, the Hydrating and Balancing ranges are clinically tested vegan skincare lines, with no animal testing and free from parabens, phthalates, sulfate surfactants and animal-derived ingredients. Powered by cutting-edge skin science these ranges are infused with exclusive Skincare Complex that boosts skin’s natural defence system by 350% to help delay the visible signs of ageing. Ajay Khanna, CMO, of Amway India, stated that India is driven by a large and dynamic young population, with over 65% of

its populace comprising youths. Within this burgeoning demographic, skin care has emerged as a significant trend, with 87% of the population placing a strong emphasis on skin health. However, despite this, 43% of young people experience dry skin issues while 42% of oily-skin consumers continue to grapple with finding the ideal solution for achieving healthy skin. Taking these factors into consideration and leveraging their global expertise in nutrition with Nutrilite’s rich legacy of 90 years, they are excited to introduce the second phase of Artistry Skin Nutrition, Hydrating and Balancing ranges of seven products, with the powerful botanicals from their Nutrilite farms, formulated to address skin needs of youth and consumers at large. The new Hydrating and Balancing ranges complement their existing anti-ageing range, under Artistry Skin Nutrition to meet the diverse needs of all age groups and genders.

Report : Anustup Kundu

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