Finance & Markets, Health
Medimix hand wash and hand sanitizers range with Lemon, Tulsi, Aloe Vera, Neem & Turmeric
Ayurvedic products company Cholayil Private Limited has now introduced hand washes and hand sanitizers owing to the rising demand due to COVID-19. The Medimix hand wash and hand sanitizers use innovative combinations of natural ingredients like Lemon, Tulsi, Aloe Vera, Neem and Turmeric to create invigorating blends that provide 99.9% germ protection and also ensures that they are gentle and soft on the skin, leaving the hand smelling fresh, soft and clean, said the company release.
The new Medimix Ayurvedic Hand Wash includes three variants Nature Fresh (with Lemon, Tulsi, Aloe Vera), Nature Soft (with Neem, Turmeric, Aloe Vera) and Nature Care (with Neem, Tulsi, Aloe Vera). They are priced at Rs. 85 for 190 ml, Rs. 90 for 175 ml pack of two refills and Rs.110 for 750 ml mega pack.
The new Medimix Ayurveda Hand Sanitizer includes two variants: Neem, Tulsi, Aloe Vera and Lemon, Tulsi, Aloe Vera. They are priced at Rs. 50 for 100 ml, Rs. 100 for 200 ml, Rs. 250 for 500 ml and Rs. 2500 for 5 litres.
“In line with recommendations from the World Health Organization, it helps in reducing the spread of the virus by killing 99.9 per cent of germs and bacteria without water,” said the release.
Cholayil Private Limited portfolio of brands include Medimix, Cuticura, Krishna Thulasi, Sadayush Ayurvedic Cure & Care, Dr Sidhan’s Herbal Formulation and Jullaaha (handcrafted exotic Ayurvedic products).
The company also exports its products to Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, China, France, Singapore, Germany, Cambodia, South Korea, Guatemala, Sweden, Yemen, U.S.A, Hong Kong, Mauritius and Japan.
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