Panda Baby offers Rs. 1 mn worth gifts and great prices at Sathosa

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Nature’s Beauty Creations Ltd introduced their Panda Baby Rathmal range to the Sathosa supermarket network at a festive ceremony held in Puttalam recently. 

Themed ‘Visit Sathosa today to win fabulous gifts from Panda Baby’, the event saw a host of invitees led by Rishard Badurdeen, Minister of Industry and Commerce. Dr. Rohantha Athukorala, Chairman of Sathosa, Nalaka Gunwardena, Director/General Manager of Nature’s Beauty Creations Ltd and Mr. Priyantha Perera, Sales Director of Nature’s Beauty Creations Ltd were also present at the event. 

‘Visit Sathosa today to win fabulous gifts from Panda Baby’ presents an opportunity for 50 families to win weekend getaways worth Rs. 1 million at a star class hotel. To enter the draw, customers can purchase any Panda Baby or Nature’s Secrets product at a Sathosa supermarket. 

In addition, attractive discounted prices await Sathosa customers at all 306 outlets as they can purchase 2 bars of Rathmal baby soap at a special promotional price and also gain a saving of Rs.25 on Rathmal Baby Cream 100ml. 

Rathmal extract has been trusted by mothers for generations to care for their baby’s skin. Nature’s Beauty Creations Ltd, pioneers of herbal extract research, has combined ancient wisdom with modern technology to introduce ‘Panda Baby’ products to the market. 

Panda Baby cream, wash and shampoo have been clinically tested for their mildness at an FDA approved research centre in New York, USA by dermatologists and pediatricians. Panda Baby is the first and only baby care brand in Sri Lanka with such prestigious accreditation. 

Further, Panda Baby is the only baby care range in Sri Lanka that does notcontain mineral oil, petroleum jelly or silicone. Instead, Panda Baby products use natural plant oils such as Virgin Coconut Oil, Olive Oil and Castor Oil to offer the best care for your baby.

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