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Amway aims strong performance in herbal skincare market in next 4 years

Amway aims strong performance in herbal skincare market in next 4 years
The company aims to garner sales of Rs 45 crore in the next three years, an Amway India statement said. (Image Credit: Twitter)

FMCG direct selling firm Amway India Friday said it has entered the Rs 2,000 crore herbal skincare market with the launch of the "Attitude Be Bright Herbals" range and has set a target of Rs 45 crore sales by 2022. The company said the Rs 2,000 crore herbal skincare market is growing at a double-digit rate and that this launch follows the introduction of the Nutrilite traditional herbal range of products in 2018.

The company aims to garner sales of Rs 45 crore in the next three years, an Amway India statement said. "The Indian herbals segment offers a huge potential and we are focusing on tapping it by developing and introducing innovative and distinctive quality products with our existing categories. The launch of Attitude Be Bright Herbals is our latest innovation in the beauty segment that is set to revolutionise the market," company CEO, Anshu Budhraja said.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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