6 March, 2020 1:54 pm

Sri Lanka’s leading hair and baby care brands launch in Nepal


Published on : 6 March, 2020 1:54 pm

Kathmandu . Kumarika and Baby Cheramy, Sri Lanka’s leading hair and baby care brands were officially launched in Nepal this Friday. The brands were launched on 6th March 2020 at an event held inkathmandu nepal.

The event was graced by the former Prime Minister of Nepal H.E Jhala Nath Khanal, Mr. Roy Joseph- Managing Director of Hemas Manufacturing Pvt Ltd., Mr. Tara Bahadur Kunwar the Chairman of Hajurlai Namaste Trade Link pvt Ltd, who are also the exclusive distributor for the brands in Nepal. Besides, many celebrities, business partners and other distinguish guests also attended the event.

Kumarika and Baby Cheramy have reached to millions of consumers around the world having their products exported to India, Malaysia, Maldives, Pakistan, Lebanon, Bangladesh, UK, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and The Middle East and now Nepal. Hajurlai Namaste Trade Link pvt Ltd ,director melina kunwar says “Kumarika and baby cheramy will be leading brand in Nepal”

Kumarika , being one of the leading hair care brand of Srilanka, has been providing it’s consumers with a wide range of products like nourishing hair oil, shampoo variants with new conditioners and a totally new hair serum taking care of all women’s aspirations for the ultimate beautiful hair. Likewise, with nearly 6 decade long history of service, Baby Cheramy  is fulfilling all the duties towards the little one by manufacturing cologne, cream, lotion, shampoo, soap, talc and all baby accessories

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