The Himalaya Drug Company, a leading homegrown wellness brand, launched a new product under their BabyCare range – Himalaya Total Care baby pants. It contains Aloe Vera and Yashada Bhasma that offers a protective anti-rash shield to reduce the activity of harmful enzymes and prevent diaper rash. Himalaya Total Care baby pants is a one-step diaper solution, specially designed for comfort, protection and total care of baby’s skin.
Speaking at the launch, Mr. N.V Chakravarthi, General Manager Himalaya BabyCare said “The Indian diaper market is growing at a rate of 20% CAGR over the past few years. Pant style diapers are becoming popular as a large segment of Indian parents are looking for convenient diaper solutions. While we already have launched regular diapers, Total Care baby pants offer different comfort options that cater to the necessities of baby. Baby pants are also infused with power of herbs and come with anti-rash shield to prevent diaper rash, wetness indicator to show when the diaper is wet, and leak-proof silky soft inner layer.”
Himalaya BabyCare range is infused with the power of 21 herbs that offer products for babies which are pure, gentle, and safe.
The Himalaya Drug Company was founded in 1930 by Mr. M. Manal with a clear vision to bring Ayurveda to the society in a contemporary form and to demystify the 5,000-year-old system of medicine.
Today with over 200 products spanning pharmaceuticals, personal care, baby care and animal health, Himalaya has reinterpreted Ayurveda, offering head-to-heel herbal healthcare for every member of the family. Products like Liv.52, Septilin, Bonnisan from the pharmaceutical stable have acquired blockbuster status today. In the personal care portfolio, Himalaya is the maker of the no. 1 face wash in India – Purifying Neem Face Wash.
Over the years, the company has received numerous domestic and international certifications for good manufacturing practices. The latest from SGS, France, certifies the company’s manufacturing, storage and supply of personal care products