Melano CC Extreme Anti-Spot Essence serum, made with anti-inflammatory and antibacterial components as well as vitamins C and E, has been introduced to the Kenyan market.
The serum aids in the treatment and prevention of acne, pimples, dark spots, and hyperpigmentation. The new product is intended for those with skin problems, according to Mr. Masaaki Ushiyama, managing director of Rohto Mentholatum (Kenya) Limited, who spoke during the event.
Rohto Melano CC, he added, “kills the bacteria that forms acne while also reducing redness and irritation.” The Melano CC essence, the most well-liked item in the Melano skincare line, readily penetrates into the skin and leaves no traces behind, claims Mr. Ushiyama.
The Melano CC Anti Spot Essence is a potent serum that addresses a variety of skin issues, including dark spots and acne scars that were specifically brought on by UV radiation.
By inhibiting the synthesis of melanin, the activated derivatives of Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) and Vitamin E (Tocopheryl Acetate) help lessen hyperpigmentation brought on by acne scars. After each use, this product would also leave the skin feeling supple and beautiful. A Japanese corporation called Rohto Pharmaceutical creates and manufactures a wide variety of goods, from medications to cosmetics.
Spot Essence, Rich Moisturizer, and Vitamin C Mask were also introduced.
The market for skin care products is made up of companies that sell items that are used to hydrate, clean, and enhance the texture and look of the skin on the face, hands, and body.
According to data from Datamonitor, the beauty and personal care market in Africa is predicted to increase by $1.26 billion (Sh144.9 billion) between 2021 and 2025. According to the figures, global sales reached $170 billion in 2011, with skincare items accounting for between 27 and 31 percent of those sales. Hair care and fragrance are some more.