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Dairy Farm’s Mannings roll out Olive Young products

These products include Bring Green, Boh Bio Heal and WakeMake.

Dairy Farm Group’s health and beauty banner Mannings will carry the products of South Korean healthcare retailer Olive Young in Hong Kong, IGD reported.

More than 100 beauty and personal care brands from Olive Young will be available in over 300 outlets of Mannings as well as in its online store. These products include the retailer’s bestsellers such as Bring Green, Boh Bio Heal and WakeMake.

“Thanks to all the support of K-Beauty products from Hong Kong customers, I look forward to sharing more brand new and hip K-beauty products and trends in Hong Kong,” Olive Young’s CEO Chang-gun Koo said.
 

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