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ReeBonn Cosmetics introduces ‘ReeBonn Fairness Body Lotion’ that enhances softness and glow of skin


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ReeBonn Cosmetics Ltd., a pioneering herbal cosmetic company operating in Sri Lanka unveiled its newest product, ‘ReeBonn Fairness Body Lotion’ that gives a bright, soft and glowing skin to the users. The product has special attributes that give the whole body this bright and glowing effect. 

‘ReeBonn Fairness Body Lotion’ is rich with herbal essence, vitamins E and B with many more ingredients that protect the skin from ultraviolet rays and gives the triple effect of brightness, softness and the glow.

Significance is the ability of the product to offer the same glowing nature it gives to the face, to the whole body of the user.

A rare herbal and fruit essence that goes into making of ‘ReeBonn Fairness Body Lotion’ helps maintain the skin’s wetness throughout the day. Hence this product is ideal for women who spend major part of their day outdoors and complain that the glow they try to maintain in their faces is not absorbed by the body.

Since the ‘ReeBonn Fairness Body Lotion’ is not thick and sticky, this product with a pleasant fragrance could be applied by women and stay outdoors throughout the day without any hassle and uneasiness. 

ReeBonn Cosmetics Ltd. has already bestowed Sri Lankans with an array of world class cosmetics that enhance women’s beauty, their skin tones and growth of hair and sustain these effects. 

ReeBonn Cosmetics Managing Director S. Sivarajah after introducing ‘ReeBonn Fairness Body Lotion’ to the Sri Lankan market said that ReeBonn Company produces and introduces cosmetics, by taking into consideration climatic and weather conditions in the country and after doing thorough research in regard to skin and hair conditions of Sri Lankan women. 

“Our company keeps trust only on Ayurvedic herbal and fruit essences that enhances beauty. Since ours is a tropical country, Sri Lankan women do not harp on cosmetics produced in European countries. They often request from us of products that give answers to their cosmetic problems. ‘ReeBonn Fairness Body Lotion’ was an answer to their query, as to how to get the glow in their faces to the whole body. Exposing themselves to heavy sunlight causes burning of the sensitive skin and ReeBonn Fairness Body Lotion is the remedy for this.”

He added, “Our Research and Development wing after years of research developed this product to counter heavy sunlight and safeguard sensitive skins.”

 


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