Indonesia based Dermozone enters Indian Market

Dermozone, the renowned skin care products company, sets up office in Bengaluru

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Mr KS Dharshan, chairman and CEO of Dermozone

Dermozone, the renowned Indonesia based herbal skin care products company, has announced its entry into the Indian market. The company has set up its office in Bengaluru in the name of Indo-Dermozone Herbal.

Dermozone also announced the appointment of Mr Manjunatha KG as chief operation officer of Indo-Dermozone Herbal, who would lead and oversee the Indian operations. Mr Manjunatha has over 27 years experience in technology and management and brings together entrepreneurial drive and vision with exceptional technology know-how to launch new products, build new competencies and penetrate lucrative market niches.

Dermozone is globally recognized for its wide range of herbal skin care products especially its flagship brand- MedCare Ozonated Olive Oil, primarily used for the treatment of Acne, Fungal Infections, Dry Skin, Insect Bites, Athlete's Foot, Eczema, Blisters, Carbuncles, Diabetic Wounds, Burns, Cuts, Wounds and Vaginal Thrush.

"We are extremely excited about our plans to enter the Indian market and will be soon formally launching our flagship product MedCare Ozonated Olive Oil," said Mr KS Dharshan, chairman and CEO of Dermozone. He added, "After 14 years of extensive research, MedCare Ozonated Olive Oil has pioneered into a product that repairs, rejuvenates and refines your skin, keeping it in top condition. With the goodness of Mother Nature, used by people across the globe, MedCare heals wounds and solves your everyday skin problems."

Headquartered in Indonesia, Dermozone also has operations in UK, USA, Japan, Russia, Seoul and China.

 

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Prabhat 31 October 2015 at 09:24 AM

Sir, I am impressed with your products for skin care and the market and demand is good in India. Great future for your company. All the best. Manjunath,.

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