Thai cosmeceutical brand Aliz Paulin has forecast a whopping 70 percent growth in revenue for 2016, according to a report published by the Bangkok Post.
The company is planning to launch into new overseas markets, such as India, and has launched a plastic surgery arm under subsidiary Prime Medica Co. Founder Aliza Inthaseni, who launched the brand in 2012 with a smooth skin filler that promised to act in just 40 seconds, has ambitions to mirror the Shiseido model, setting up a research institute to develop new products.
“Customers are confident about the quality of [Shiseido’s] products as they are not only a manufacturer but an Institute as well,” Aliza told The Bangkok Post.
The company is set to cut the ribbon on a beauty center on Siam Square in August, offering treatments such as whitening procedures and sugar therapy.