Benta Berry, which offers to address specific skin problems from young people from 12 to 28 years of age using 100% natural actives, is not worried about its possible lack of international legitimacy and has chosen a decidedly multi-ethnic approach because “if the skin of young people differs from the one of adults the world over, it has the same characteristics. ”And finally, in the whole world, small or big skin problems concern 80% of people between 12 and 24 years of age!
To best meet the needs of adolescents and young adults, Benta Berry products were developed with the help of Naima Zerrouk, Doctor of Pharmacy, Teacher Researcher at the University of Paris Descartes, head of the University’s European Master of Cosmetology.
Entirely manufactured in France, including their packaging, products claim to be practical, easy to use and nomadic too to match the lifestyle of young people. Thus, the 30 ml tubes slip easily into a pocket to be used everywhere, at high school, during evenings, and on weekends. The range includes a line for girls, one for boys and a unisex line for problem skins. In addition to skin care products, a range of scented products is also available.
Besides an affordable price positioning, the brand also seeks to adapt its distribution and marketing discourse to the lifestyles and behaviours of young people it targets. Internet and social networks obviously have a central place in this strategy. Benta Berry is also negotiating with the University of Kyushu in Japan, to sign a partnership of social business.