Vitellus lotion is a 3-in-1 new age advanced solution, a unique combination of Greyverse, Melitane, GL 200 & EUK-134
- Uniza launched this solution in tie-up with a Canadian Company – Lucas Meyer Cosmetics
- According to National Centre for Biotechnology Information, prevalence of vitiligo in India has been invariably reported between 0.25% and 4% of dermatology outpatients across studies
- Targeting Rs. 100 Cr sales in FY 2021-22 and plans to foray into Gynaecology & Respiratory
- Company has recently received WHO GMP Certification for its Kadi Plant
- Planning to file 180 dossiers; to focus on ROW markets like Africa, LATAM, South East Asia and CIS countries for exports in this Financial Year
Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India], October 04: Ahmedabad based young pharma company, Uniza Healthcare has launched a novel treatment for the management of Vitiligo in Indian Market. Company has launched a lotion – Vitellus, a unique combination of Greyverse, Melitane GL 200 & EUK-134 in tie-up with a Canadian Company – Lucas Meyer Cosmetics and Indian company Amvigor Organics. Company has recently received WHO GMP Certification for its Kadi Plant.
Vitellus is a novel combination of Greyverse, Melitane, GL 200 & EUK-134 which is an advanced new age solution for management of Vitiligo. Vitellus lotion is a 3 in 1 solution and helps in growth of melamine and works on skin pigmentation, hair follicle pigmentation and also as a super antioxidant. Greyverse stimulates melanogenesis & pigmentation and decreases in oxidative stress, EUK – 134 decreases oxidative stress and H2O2 Production while Melitane helps in promoting re-pigmentation of skin by stimulating melanogenesis and decreasing inflammation.
Speaking on the development, Mr. Sreekanth Seshadri, CEO and Managing Partner, Uniza Healthcare, said, “Launch of Vitellus is a testimony to our commitment of bringing the best of global healthcare products in the Indian market. Vitellus is an advanced solution for the management of Vitiligo as compared to currently available. Company is looking to introduce more innovative products for the first time in India.”
Vitiligo is a pigmentary skin disorder caused by the absence of pigmentary cells from the epidermis that results in white macules and patches on the body. Vitiligo is commonly known as multifactorial polygenic disorder and has complex pathogenesis. According to the National Centre for Biotechnology Information, prevalence of vitiligo in India has been invariably reported between 0.25% and 4% of dermatology outpatients across studies from India and up to 8.8% in Gujarat and Rajasthan. In India, currently Deca Peptide is widely used in the treatment of vitiligo. Deca Peptide is a repigmenting agent and works on skin pigmentation.
Mr. Morgane Barbier, Product Manager – Active Ingredients, Lucas Meyer Cosmetics SAS, said, “We would like to congratulate Uniza Healthcare LLP, Amvigor Organics & Jain Soaps for their extraordinary efforts in launching Vitellus Lotion – First time in India – a unique combination of Greyverse, Melitane GL 200 & EUK-134.”
UNIZA is a pharmaceutical venture of Pashupati Group. Company has set up a Modern, state of the art facility complying with WHO-GMP and PIC/S guidelines at Kadi near Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Having launched India business in August 2020, the company has gradually expanded its product range to over 80 SKU’s with a sale of Rs. 25 crore in the first year.
“Company has recently received WHO GMP Certification for its Kadi Plant. Our International business would mainly focus on ROW markets like Africa, LATAM, South East Asia and CIS countries and planning to file over 180 dossiers. Our Indian business is aiming to achieve sales of Rs. 100 crore in FY 2021-22,” said, Mr. Saurin Parikh, MD, Uniza Group & Founder, Pashupati Group.
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