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Irish luxury cosmetic brand ‘Bioreva’ enters Indian market


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New Delh: Bioreva Dublin, a brand of Bioreva Sciences Ltd, recognized for its unique skincare solutions, has entered the Indian market in collaboration with Zee Laboratories Ltd.

“It has launched products such as Eye Repair Cream with patented Mulitsal Delivery System, Retinol with Hyaluronic Acid Serum infused with Ashwagandha, Vitamin C Serum powered with Amazonian Buriti Oil, Brightening Serum with patented compounds, and SPF 50 with skin mimicking technology, are of its greatest and top-selling skincare products,” the brand said in a statement on Thursday.

“This also marks Zee Labs, a known name in pharmaceutical and affordable medicine, entry into the aesthetic dermatology segment in India, which in India is by far the fastest growing therapy segment,” it said.

Designed by dermatologists and German formulation experts, Bioreva Dublin is a skincare brand that strives to offer a scientifically proven, highly efficient range of skincare solutions, with an unrivalled concentration of active ingredients that are targeted to heal skin concerns like acne, pigmentation, eye puffiness, dark circle reduction, dry skin, and more.

“Bioreva Dublin brings you the world of smart ageing. The idea is simply to offer products that work on your key skin issues and to break the clutter by bringing in targeted and hyper-concentrated ingredients. We believe that it doesn’t matter what our age is, we humans age every day,” the statement further added.


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