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Rovican International launched a range of hygiene and beauty care products to the Sri Lankan market at a media briefing and cocktails held at the Galle Face hotel.
Ifresh make up remover wipes, Ifresh nail polish remover wipes and Ifresh optical wipes are a unique set of products produced by DPL – Disposable Hygienic Products Ltd using the highest quality standards to give you convenience at your fingertips.
Ifresh make up removal wipes suitable for all skin types and dissolves all traces of makeup – even waterproof makeup, oil and dirt.
Dermatologic ally tested and hypoallergenic, they are suitable for daily use and those who have sensitive skin conditions.
Being specially formulated with Aloe Vera moisturisers, vitamin E and pro vitamin B5 it contains natural derivatives to cleanse and tone your skin while nourishing it.
Ifresh make up removal wipes keep your skin looking and feeling soft and refreshed. An alcohol free product, it comes in hygienic re-sealable packs of 25 wipes and is ideal for those on the go.
Ifresh nail polish remover wipes are convenient, easy to use and just one wipe can remove the nail polish from both your hands and feet.
It is ideal to store a few sachets in your hand bag or be kept in your desk at work to make changing your nail polish colour just one simple, non-messy easy procedure.
The Ifresh nail polish removal wipes contains vitamin E and pro-vitamin B5 to nourish your cuticles.
It is a mild formula with nourishing additives which can be used even on acrylic or gel nails.
An Acetone and oil free product, the wipes don’t run the risk of spilling or evaporating which minimises wastage.
The Ifresh optical cleansing wipes don’t necessarily come under the health and beauty but it is yet another product which is being introduced to the local market and one which has the similar characteristics of being safe, easy to use and convenient.
The optical wipes are suitable for a wide range of lenses (which includes spectacles with plastic or glass lenses, camera screens and mirrors).
As this product is smear-free it has anti-fog, anti-static properties and being fibre free, it eliminates any probability of scratching the lenses.
Ifresh optical wipes are quick drying and the perfect accessory for all your optical cleaning needs.
DPL – Disposable Hygienic Products Ltd – the manufacturing company was founded in 1994, and is an internationally recognised manufacturer of wet wipes for hygienic and cosmetic purposes, committed to the highest quality standards.
DPL – brand new construction facility located in the modern industrial park of Caesarea, is the hub for all its activities which are coordinated under one roof.
DPL operates a fully integrated facility, and production is fully automated along with a state-of-the-art fully automated flow pack line.
DPL’s experienced team of in-house product development and private label design experts assist customers every step of the way – from concept to final product.
DPL’s own brand Ifresh is also marketed and sold throughout the European community.
‘Ifresh” from Tel Aviv is marketed in Sri Lanka by Rovican international (Pvt) Ltd, which was formed in January 2002 as a service provider for environment friendly green products.
The company represents some of the world’s leading brands in air pollution, dust control systems and energy recovery products from reputed manufacturers in the UK and Germany.
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