As part of effort in correcting the anomalies and guarantee a nourished, healthy and beautiful lifestyle, a new brand of skin care products, Topicrem has berthed in Nigerian market.
The product, which according to the sole distributor, Joseph Udeh Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Jauf Health and Beauty International, will not only help in addressing all kinds of skin related problems but also ensure Nigerians avoid harmful substances capable of destroying the skin.
Following a renewed call from the Nigeria government on the dangers of whitening or bleaching creams, the new product will no doubt come as a welcome relief for Albinos , and those suffering from bleaching cream reactions.
Topicrem which was made in France, according to Udeh has been carefully formulated to address all kinds of skin related problems, while also boasting of the product’s ability to take care of skins of new born babies.
Addressing journalist recently in Lagos, Udeh described the brand as an effective, simple and safe product that is very gentle, convenient and a particularly well-tolerated formula fluid and non-oily emulsion with a high moisturizing and lipid-replenishing power that instantly penetrates the skin without feeling sticky.
“Present in over 40 countries, Topicrem is a genuine revolution that has taken into cognizance safety, effectiveness and comfort to ensure skincare and gentle hygiene for the whole family’s sensitive skin, for an affordable price” he stated.
He further noted that the product has been tested and certified by international dermatologist across the globe, saying that as the sole distributor in Nigeria, his mission is to take the quality brand to all leading supermarkets and pharmacies in Nigeria and the West African markets.
“Our flagship product which is the ultra-moisturizing body milk takes care of unwanted dry cells and it is our goal to make this brand the number one preparation in Nigeria and the entire West Africa. It helps to ensure 24 hour hydration. We also have the massage oil for babies to ensure penetration and softness of the skin. We also have products that can be used to repair damaged skin and many more are all available in the stable of Topicrem,” he said.
He also said plans are underway to exhibit the products during the 25th anniversary of the Government regulatory Agency, National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control [NAFDAC] which he said would also serve as an endorsement by the regulatory body to declare the brand fit for the Nigerian market.
“We are going to be visiting beauty Spas as part of our launch strategy in ensuring that we have this brand in every supermarket across the country and in all leading pharmacies in Nigeria and with time, we are going to have our own share of the market. We also have other brands which take care of people that exhibit albinism and we have gone the extra mile to ensure that everybody is covered,” he added