Signature Label, a prominent player in the global K-Beauty industry, has recently introduced “ZIGTAG,” a skincare brand that blends fashion and functionality in a novel way. Their latest offering, the “Vitamin C 15% Super Blast Ampoule,” is generating buzz for its unique approach to skincare. This high-functioning ampoule not only delivers impressive brightening and antioxidation effects but also tackles the stickiness issue often associated with such products, thanks to ZIGTAG’s proprietary technology.
What sets ZIGTAG apart is not just the performance of their products but also their eye-catching design, a rarity in the skincare industry. The brand’s packaging incorporates a distinctive K-Beauty concept, featuring an innovative overlock design inspired by vivid colors and clothing tags’ zigzag pattern. This design philosophy aims to position ZIGTAG as a next-generation beauty brand that stands out in a crowded market.
With a 15% concentration of pure vitamin C, the “Vitamin C 15% Super Blast Ampoule” is tailored for the global ‘MZ’ generation – individuals who seek to express their uniqueness through their choices. This concentration falls within the recommended range of 10% to 20%, balancing effectiveness with considerations for potential skin irritation and stickiness. Furthermore, this product offers a generous 24ml volume at a reasonable price point, ensuring maximum effectiveness in enhancing skin elasticity and managing skin tone.
ZIGTAG has garnered significant attention in the global market upon its release and has completed partnerships with leading cosmetics distribution companies in Vietnam, such as TDIC and Sammi Shop, as well as BeautyHaul, the No.1 beauty platform in Indonesia. Starting in the 4th quarter of this year, ZIGTAG products are scheduled to meet global consumers through major cosmetics distribution channels worldwide.
In Korea, the products are available for sale through online stores, and in addition to the Vitamin C Brightening Ampoule, more products such as toner, sunscreen, cleanser, and cream will be unveiled by the end of 2023.
Jimmy Lee, CEO of Signature Label, stated, “With the launch of ZIGTAG, the brand that will lead the K-Beauty trend, we plan to introduce a new K-Creative to the world.” He added, “We hope to achieve positive results in both the Korean and global markets with ZIGTAG products that possess functionality and design to satisfy consumers worldwide.”
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