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Cosmetic brand NATIO comes to India

Bangalore, Sep 19 : Entering the Indian market, Australian cosmetics company NATIO is set to inaugurate its first Indian boutique outlet here. It will offer products like cleansing cream, facial scrub and lip colours made with essential oils and botanical extracts.


NATIO, which delivers plant based, simple and gentle beauty treatments that are flexible and fit comfortably within today's diverse lifestyles, will be launched in the country through its sole distributor Belle Vous Pvt Ltd.

"Our first launch in the market, a brand offering products made with 100 percent essential oils and botanical extracts, NATIO, is just the first step towards the fulfilment of our promise. A promise to provide the best to the consumer market," Gaurav Gaba, managing director, Belle Vous Pvt Ltd India, said in a statement.



NATIO has around 260 products in skincare, men's range, body care, spa and many more.

Some of its products that will be available in the Indian market are gentle cleansing wipes, refreshing face mist, lip balm, eye definer, natural cover concealer, spa coconut and shea body butter and much more.

--IANS (Posted on 19-09-2013)

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