By Massita Ahmad
SINGAPORE, Jan 13 (Bernama) -- Ayden Global Sdn Bhd is looking for distributors for SUMANGGI, a brand of baby pampering and wellness products, here in Singapore.
SUMANGGI comprises three products made from the finest and safest ingredients Massage Oil, Telon Oil and Hair Oil.
"We would like to venture into a new year finding suitable distributors here," Chief Operating Officer, Maziana Yahya, told Bernama at the International Halal Exhibition held here recently.
Not only Singapore, Maziana said, Ayden Global is actively participating in exhibitions overseas to find suitable partners to market SUMANGGI.
Datuk Wira Jalila Baba, President of Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce and Industry and past Chief Executive Officer of Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (MIDA), launched SUMANGGI last November.
Maziana gave an assurance that SUMANGGI's special blends of oils do not contain any harsh chemicals or preservatives and are manufactured under the strictest of quality, and is therefore guaranteed to be perfectly safe for babies.
For now, SUMANGGI products and pampering will be available at SUMANGGI BABY CENTRE, Concorde Hotel Shah Alam, Selangor as well as selected baby product stores and spas nationwide.
COO of Ayden Global Sdn Bhd Maziana Yahya (third from left) during the launch of SUMANGGI in November last year
It is also distributed in online stores locally and internationally.
Maziana said all SUMANGGI products provides therapeutic and antimicrobial effects that will instill and elevate the baby's sense of well-being.?
The Massage Oil provides a nourishing touch to the baby with moisturising and healing qualities using a combination of ingredients such as Black Olive seed, Peppermint and Pink Rose extract among others.
The Telon Oil is a unique formulation with essential ingredients of Cajuput oil to prevent bloating, stimulate baby's nerves, improves digestive system and warns the body.
The Hair Oil is uniquely formulated with Coconut Oil essentials, excellent for skin moisturising and locks in skin moisture, leaving a cooling effect to baby's head and scalp, she said.