[INQ. NO. 2111C29] Efforts to develop a product that reduces concerns over bacteria as well as changes and damages to lingerie when washing them together with clothes led to the invention of KISHI Eco-Friendly Detergent for Women’s Underwear. This product is already going viral among female customers and it even raised 800% of funding through crowdfunding (Wadiz) last month in October.
KISHI Eco-Friendly Dish Wash is a first-class EM detergent used to wash baby bottles, vegetables, fruits, and dishes. The plant extracts that minimize skin irritation allow one to wash dishes with bare hands.
Instead of covering pollutants and odor with scent or perfume, KISHI Eco-Friendly Deodorizer removes bad smells by decomposing the molecules causing them. Phytoncide contained in the product makes it especially popular among consumers these days along with growing interest in preventing Covid-19 contamination.
KISHI Eco-Friendly Multipurpose Cleaner effectively removes oil stains, old stains, and yellow stains. GC is an eco-friendly cleaner that effectively reduces toxins accumulated by using qualified yeast derived from nature. It can even be used in enclosed spaces.
In particular, it is a multipurpose product that shows excellent ability in cleaning bacteria in humid places and oil stains on gas stoves. With its patented nanotechnology, GC effectively removes old stains just by spraying on them.
Sapiens Ventures produces premium eco-friendly detergents under the KISHI brand that have excellent cleaning power by applying nano-patented technology to all detergents, after 10 years of research and development.
The four kinds of KISHI detergents are women’s underwear detergent, dishwashing detergent, multi-purpose cleaner, and phytoncide deodorant. KISHI uses natural raw materials such as soybean, adlay, palm, and grapefruit extract. The products contain no harmful substances such as bleach, fluorescent whitening agent, quaternary ammonium, and phosphate. So, KISHI does not cause any harm to humans and the environment.
KISHI products are currently available in 23 channels including open markets such as Coupang and Naver, Lotte Home Shopping, and CJ Mall in Korea, and are exported via online platforms including Amazon and eBay, as well as through buyers overseas. In particular, the company has recently pioneered markets in Japan with the active support of the Gyeongnam-do Tokyo Office (Director Min Jeong-eun), holding exhibitions – one in September and four in October, and plans to start sales at Isetan department store in Shinjuku, Japan in April next year.
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