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Swadeshi Khomba celebrates 75 years of Sri Lankan natural beauty


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Pioneer herbal personal care products manufacturer Swadeshi has invited users of Sri Lanka’s No. 1 herbal beauty soap Khomba to participate in a new promotion, ‘Swadeshi Khomba Swarnabisheka Wasana’, and on a daily basis, win beautiful 22K gold pendants and monthly, environmentally-friendly electric scooters.

The company will present 22K gold pendants daily and environmentally-friendly electric scooters at the end of each month. Consumers who send in two wrappers of Swadeshi Khomba Herbal Soap/Khomba Deo Fresh Soap, or an empty pack of Swadeshi Khomba 4-in-1 Herbal Soap Economy pack, with their names and addresses to ‘Swadeshi Khomba Swarnabisheka Wasana’, P.O. Box 4, Kandana will be eligible to participate in draws to be conducted weekly. Last date of the entries will be 28 February. 

The winners will be announced in newspapers and on television and radio on a weekly basis.

A company spokesperson said, “Khomba Original Herbal Soap, launched in 1943, was the first herbal soap manufactured in Sri Lanka. The Khomba brand has the unique distinction of an unbroken leadership position in the herbal segment for more than seven decades, an achievement none of the local personal care brands can claim. Khomba contains natural kohomba oil which has been used for generations as an ayurvedic herbal therapy,” she added.

Swadeshi Khomba has been trusted for generations. Swadeshi Khomba herbal soap has natural margosa (kohomba) oil. It’s mild, yet cleans deep. Khomba soap enhances the natural beauty of the skin and gives a natural protection from germs. The Khomba range comprises of herbal beauty soap, herbal transparent soap, herbal baby range, herbal shampoo and herbal talc reinforcing a cleaner, soothing skin.

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).

Among the pioneer brands of Swadeshi are Khomba Herbal, Khomba Deo, Khomba Clear, Khomba Baby, Rani Sandalwood, Rani Rose, Apsara, Perlwite, Lak Bar, Lady, Black Eagle (Perfume & After Shave), Swadeshi shower gel range, the one and only kids range ‘Little Princess’, and the newly launched Rani Sandal gel bar.

The company recently introduced Khomba Deo Fresh Soap which contains natural margosa oil with lemongrass. The new Khomba Deo Fresh soap takes away body odour and makes you feel refreshed and energised. 

The company manufactures and markets the top herbal soap brand Khomba Herbal and heritage beauty soap brand Rani Sandalwood. 

 


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