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Essence Fiji to launch new packaging next month

Essence of Fiji will change its packaging in March. This has been confirmed by Essence of Fiji director Debra Sadranu who said the rebranding of packages would make the products
03 Feb 2018 09:00
Essence Fiji to launch new packaging next month
Old packaging products of Essence of Fiji. Photo: Essence of Fiji

Essence of Fiji will change its packaging in March.

This has been confirmed by Essence of Fiji director Debra Sadranu who said the rebranding of packages would make the products lucrative and competitive at the export market.

“The launch of the rebrand packaging will be done in Nadi next month,” said Ms Sadranu.

“The reason of rebranding the packages is to more competitive the foreign market.

She said at the upcoming launch they would also reveal two new health products.

“We launched our skincare line Essence of Fiji in 2004. The range was developed to use in our beauty and spa training institute and Senikai Spa chain throughout Fiji’s Hotels and Resorts.

“Manufactured at the companies Essence of Fiji Rejuvenation Centre by our highly qualified formulation chemist, both ranges have produced outstanding results and are now exported internationally.

“This is a milestone achievement for the company as we are rebranding our packaging,” she said.

She said the company has also introduced a second skincare line, Nama Fiji.

“Nama of Fiji, pure hydration is all natural and does not contain any synthetic fragrance or parabens,” she said.

“This premium facial range contains organic sea grapes from the Pristine Blue Lagoon waters of Fiji.

“Sea Grapes provide the ultimate level of hydration plumping the cells and minimising fine lines.

“Suitable for all skin types, Nama also reduces diffused redness and calms Rosacea. An alternative hydration to Hyaluronic Acid, however in the purest organic form,” she said.

Ms Sadranu said with the new line of skin care product they have employed women and men in the Yasawa and Mamanucas Islands.

“We pride ourselves on working closely with local villages in the Yasawa and Mamanuca islands to produce virgin coconut oil, ground coconut shells and plant and marine extracts used in our face and body care products.

“Therefore providing much needed revenue and village enterprise,” she said.

“We pride ourselves on working closely with local villages in the Yasawa region to produce our Nama sea grapes for our Nama of Fiji product range.”

 

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