Vietnamese high-end cosmetics brand Rosie Skin opened its first showroom on October 9 in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 1, with the participation of hundreds of key opinion leaders (KoLs), women, famous businesses in the beauty field, and representatives from the Rosie Skin brand.

Rosie Skin was founded by businesswoman Ms. Anh Tran after many years learning about cosmetics and falling in love with the field. She has remained devoted to researching cosmetics for many years and worked with leading experts in South Korea to create a Korean-standard brand of cosmetics for Vietnamese customers.

Products are made under strict international standards, from preparation to production, packaging, and customer services.

Rosie Skin’s offerings are a combination of natural ingredients imported from South Korea and licensed by the Ministry of Health, providing customers with flawless white skin through five product lines, including Tone-up Body Lotion (for daily use, natural skin whitening, sunscreen, and deep moisturizing); and Body Cream V1 Intense White (a high-end body cream that helps anti-aging, skin whitening, moisturizing, and UV protection).

Hydra Nutrition Night Cream (skin whitening cream used at night that regenerates and protects skin from damage); Facial Cream V1 Intense White (a day cream that tightens and whitens the skin, prevents aging, and offers UV protection); and Lightening & Age Defying Serum (a skin whitening serum with anti-aging properties and whitening for dark spots) are also in its product line.

“Not many beauty care products provide intensive results that meet international standards or are guaranteed by years of experience of leading experts,” Ms. Anh Tran said at the opening ceremony. “I hope that the arrival of the Rosie Skin brand will create new trends and standards in Vietnam’s cosmetics industry and help women shine and be strong.”

A representative from a South Korean researcher, Mr. Pak Min Ho, sent a video congratulating Rosie Skin on the grand opening and said it is an exclusive development partner and Ms. Anh Tran is the representative director of the brand in Vietnam. This is an honor for Rosie Skin and Ms. Anh Tran, as the company is well-known for rigorously evaluating and selecting partners and representative images in each country.

Ms. Anh Tran added that the five product lines introduced by Rosie Skin are not only recognized by the World Health Council but also bring many benefits to customers, not only whitening the skin but also intensively nourishing the skin from deep inside, stimulating collagen production.

“I would also like to announce that Rosie Skin will set aside 10 per cent of its revenue each month for charitable activities such as building bridges and schools in remote areas and elsewhere that need help,” she told the ceremony.