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Bioplan launches a bio-cellulose skincare mask

Bioplan, a French specialist of single-dose and mini-packaging for the beauty industry, and member of the Ileos group, recently signed an exclusive partnership agreement for the manufacture and marketing of facial masks, eye-pads and patches with bio-cellulose structures. The company will showcase its new range in preview at the show Creativpack 4 and 5 October at the Palais des Congrès in Paris.

The new skincare range with its 100% natural structures that the company does not hesitate to describe as "revolutionary", will be detailed in a conference on the 4th of October from 11:45 to 12:30.

"Combining innovation, pleasure and performance, these products offer a second skin feeling and provide an exceptional treatment," the company said in a statement.

As far as beauty is concerned, masks are a very important skin care and treatment ritual in Asia. In recent years, this lifestyle combining wellbeing and cocooning trends has been rising sharply in Western countries. “The mask and the various supports for hydro-velvet bio-cellulose cosmetics will be available in our markets from January 2012," announced Bioplan.

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