YS Bio will participate in 2021 K-chemicals Cyber Exhibition on Mar. 22-26 to introduce its anti-aging product made from natural materials Dr.Youth.
YS Bio is an anti-aging solution company that helps people to maintain healthy beauty with 20 years of medical examinations and natural resource sourcing in the anti-aging, rehabilitation, and beauty areas along with AI. Dr. Youth is currently being sold in the venture capital in the US (Nordstrom, Bloomingdales, drugstores, department stores) or women who have a lot of stress and can’t sleep well at night, and those wearing high heels often.
As a pain rehabilitation and anti-aging specialist, Dr. Youth combined aromatherapy with many medical experiences and knowledge and developed the natural pain relief composition. This has been patented in the US and Korea. It was also registered in the Europe CPNP.
Dr. Youth is 15ml big and has a stainless roll-on, so it can be applied without having to use the hands. Not only that, it can be used as a substitute for cologne with a pleasant scent (flower, citrus, lavender).
The company staff from YS Bio said, “By reflecting the consumers’ opinions, we are going to launch Dr. Youth aroma product (10ml) with a new design. AI diagnoses the user’s body and recommends the right product, and we are looking for the service that delivers the customized cosmetics that we manufacture.”
2021 K-chemical Cyber Exhibition supports non-face-to-face overseas marketing for Korean companies. The exhibition boasts the largest display of industrial chemical products (varnish, glue, surfactants, MDI, polybutene, polyol, catalyst, blowing agent, additive, pipe, plastic for daily use, additives, etc.) and cosmetics (sun block, serum, ampoule, skin toner, lotion, shampoo, mask pack, etc.) in Korea. This year, about 270 companies will be participating to provide their major products and services.
Especially in this exhibition, 3D technology-based exhibition hall and booth will be set up to showcase special contents made of chemical products for online marketing to overseas buyers.
Currently in Korea, major industries like electronics and automobiles centered on chemical industry are closely linked. In line with this, Korea Specialty Chemical Industry Association (KSCIA), the organizer of the event, is helping the Korean chemical companies to enter the overseas market by various support like export, research and analysis, technical standards, and HDR support as well as handling international agreements. This year’s goal is to achieve 330 million dollars in export in the chemical industry.