Research committed to exploring local raw materials
The Indian R&I Hub encompasses 90 researchers in Mumbai and 25 in Bangalore. There, the teams are exploring Indian skin and hair and honing their understanding of consumers and local raw materials. The goal is to develop formulations founded on eco-design and biodiversity promotion that satisfy the local specificities and needs of this key market.
MULTIPLE PRODUCTS POISED FOR LAUNCH
"Ultimately, the products we develop will contain local ingredients that are already well-known in Ayurvedic medicine and are already being explored at our advanced research centre in Bangalore," explains François Pradier, Director of the Indian R&I Hub. One of the team in Bangalore are phytochemistry specialists and are working extensively to collect and analyse millions of data, applying their expertise in bioinformatics. They are also running clinical studies to demonstrate efficacy of our extracts. Several patent applications have been filed over the past year and a number of products are poised for launch.Back to « Innovating »
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