Baby Cheramy Soap granted SLS certification | Sunday Observer

Baby Cheramy Soap granted SLS certification

2 August, 2020

Baby Cheramy is a proud 100% Sri Lankan brand with a legacy of 57 years of trust by Sri Lankan mothers, andis recognised as the No. 1 baby care brand in Sri Lanka.In recognition of the high-quality products and manufacturing processes, the Sri Lanka Standards Institution (SLSI) has granted Baby Cheramy Soap the honour of being the only baby soap to be awarded with SLS quality certification.

The certification was presented on the 16th of July, 2020 at a ceremony at Hemas Holdings. Officials of SLSI and Hemas were both present at the occasion. Expressing her views Ms. Fiona Munasinghe, Director Marketing, Hemas Manufacturing said, “When we introduce a baby product to our customers, we are highly concerned with ensuring the quality of the product offered. We consider the SLS Certification further proof that we honourthe trust placed on us by parents throughout the country.”

Baby CheramySoap is manufactured in Sri Lanka and is known for its high quality raw materials, proven mildness and is specially formulated with a mineral oil free formula. . Additionally, Baby Cheramy soap is enriched with mild attractive fragrances produced in accordance with the standards of the International Fragrance Association (IFRA). These factors reinforce Baby CheramySoap’s suitability for baby’s skin.

Director General of the SLSI Dr. (Mrs) Siddhika G. Senaratne said, “The SLS certification is the ultimate measure of quality in Sri Lanka, and it is awarded after a thorough analysis of the product and the manufacturing process.”

Director - Research & Development, Hemas Manufacturing, Dimuthu Jayasinghe said, “We consider high quality and standards as an essential factor in our production process, which is why we invest heavily in research and development processes.

“Baby Cheramy Soap is manufactured with high quality ingredients proven to be safe, and it has beenclinically proven that Baby Cheramy Soap is mild on skin,”  he said.