Mankind Pharma, one of the top pharmaceutical companies in India, announces the debut of 'Acnestar', an anti-acne range of gel and soap suitable for mild to moderate skin types.
Shruti Hassan, the heartthrob of Indian Gen Y, endorses Acnestar and finds it the ultimate solution for the acne problems.
Although, teens suffer the most, acne can develop at any age and needs to be treated with proper medication. Unlike other face gels, Acnestar is easily absorbed by the skin, thereby keeping it moisturized, soft and supple.
Its unique three-way action works efficiently and effectively, leaving clear and acne free skin. First step is to wash face with Acnestar soap which contains benzoyl peroxide that attacks bacteria on skin. Upon rinsing the foam, it gradually liberates oxygen in the presence of water, which helps in reducing acne. It also removes dirt and excess oil from the skin. Further, the application of Acnestar Gel helps in treating existing acne and leaves nothing but a clear skin. Acnestar gel contains Clindamycin which acts as an anti-bacterial & Nicotinamide which prevents swelling and redness caused due to pimples and acne.
Acnestar is available in the market, priced at Acnestar gel 15 gm pack for Rs 70 and 75 gm Acnestar soap for Rs 59.89.
About Mankind Pharma
Mankind is one of the top 5 leading pharmaceutical companies in India. With 11,000 employees strong workforce, the company is heading towards a turnover of INR 50,000 million.
Mankind operates in 11 overseas destinations across Asia, Africa, South-East Asia and Gulf countries.
Mankind takes great pride in the success of its products ranging from Pharma, OTC and FMCG brands like Manforce Condoms, PregaNews, Adiction, Gas-O-Fast, Kaloree 1, Heal-O-Kind, Unwanted-21 Days and the latest offering Acnestar.
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