SK-II To Resume Selling In Beijing This Month

November 16, 2006 | Print | Email Email | Comments | Category: News




Cosmetic brand SK-II will go back to selling its wares in Beijing this month after being stopped for nearly two months.

Though Procter & Gamble, the brand owner of SK-II, is still unwilling to unveil the date of SK-II returning to the Beijing market, local media report it will happen at the end of November.

A representative from the PR department of P&G doesn't deny this statement. All the shopping malls in Beijing have given strong support on the reselling of SK-II. The former counters of SK-II have been retained by some shopping malls, including New World Department Store and Scitech Plaza. Those which have used the SK-II counters for sale promotion of other cosmetics will return it to SK-II when the latter resumes sales.

SK-II had been previously detected to contain neodymium and chromium and pulled off the shelves in September. But in the last month, it was found to be safe to use by consumers.


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