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Sephora Stores In Middle East Start Selling Dr. Jart+ Skincare Products

April 6, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Beauty retailer Sephora’s stores in five Middle Eastern countries, including Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Oman, will start selling skincare products from the South Korean brand Dr. Jart+, according to Lee Jin-wook, CEO of Have&Be Inc. Launched in 2005 by Lee after three years of research and development by dermatologists, including Jung Sung-jae, the skincare products immediately became popular. Company sales jumped to 86.3 billion won, or $74.5 million, in 2015. Dr. Jart+ products are now sold in 12 overseas markets, including the United States, Hong Kong, and China.
Park Eun-jin, "Dr. Jart+ skincare products to hit Sephora shops in the Middle East", Pulse, April 06, 2016, © Maeil Business News Korea
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