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New Coconut &Vanilla shower cream from Rani

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Sri Lanka’s enduring national beauty brand, Rani has new ground with a brand new variant of shower cream.

The new product,Rani Coconut and Vanilla Shower Cream, is enriched with real coconut cream which has excellent moisturising properties that will keep your skin looking young, and feeling divine. The new Coconut Shower Cream will leave the skin soft and refreshed and the natural fragrance of Coconut & Vanillawill keep the skin fresh and deliciously fragranced for hours.

Rani Coconut & Vanilla Shower Cream is targeted at modern young consumers who look for innovations, variety and value added benefits, a spokesperson for the company said.

People have been indulging in milk baths for centuries. Whether it is for infants or brides, it is a commonly known fact that coconut cream moisturises our skin and makes it soft and supple. Use of coconut shower cream to your skin does more than just moisturising it. Coconut Cream combats dryness, itchiness, swelling, and redness, soothes the skin, and promotes a healthy, glowing skin.

A natural antibacterial, Vanilla can help reduce skin problems like pimples and acne, can soothe burns, and may even help slow the signs of aging.

“We are indeed very proud to launch this extension to the Rani Shower Cream range, with today’s fast paced lifestyle, for women to look for an easy way to pamper themselves as they unwind after a hectic day,” a spokesperson for the company said.

“The new Rani Coconut & Vanilla Shower Cream will provide a refreshing new bathing experience for modern day women.”

“Why pay more for any international branded shower gels when you can have an authentic therapeutic Rani Coconut & Vanilla shower Cream from Swadeshi, the makers of natural quality herbal ayurvedic products since 1941, available at only Rs. 375, a spokesperson for the company said.

Rani Coconut &Vanila Shower Cream comes in an exclusive transparent 250 ml PET bottle and now available in all leading supermarkets and mini supermarkets in the country.

Now Rani Shower Cream consists with four variants: Rani Sandalwood Shower Cream, Rani White Sandalwood Shower Cream with Honey, Rani Rose Essence Shower Cream and the newly launch Rani Coconut &Vanila Shower Cream. 

Sri Lanka’s heritage brand Rani Sandalwood Soap is exported to many international markets and is recognised for its quality and the natural goodness of sandalwood. RaniShower Creams are also expected to cater to export markets, the company said.

A company spokesperson said, that the Swadeshi has brought trusted best quality personal care products from nature for you to enjoy, since 1941 and we believe in 100% cruelty free – not tested on animals and 100% vegetarian products.

The Swadeshi Industrial Works PLC utilises, its state of the art facilities and modern research and development and manufacturing methodologies to innovate and bring new herbal personal care products to the market that delight the refined tastes of its customers. This emphasis is evident by the company’s investment in R&D. The company boasts of cutting edge technology laboratories and its processes have been certified to ISO 9001 – 2015 standard by the Sri Lanka Standards Institution (SLSI). 


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