5WPR, one of the world’s leading public relations firms, has announced having added Repechage to their roster of wellness brands. Ronn Torossian’s high powered PR firm has been tagged to increase awareness about Repechage’s products and services, according to the news.
Repechage, for those unfamiliar, is leading brand for superlative health and beauty products for men and women. The company name, in French, means “to rescue” or “a second chance.” Expanding on traditional European skin and health care products, Repechage offers a line of products that include products for: anti-aging, sensitive, dry, oily and combination skin conditions, anti-acne, intensive anti-cellulite, daily body care and hand and foot care elements as well.
Based on seaweed and other best botanicals, the Repechage products collections offer cutting edge developments to the age old benefits of seaweed and other organically based preparations. 5WPR CEO Ronn Torossian, whom we interviewed several months ago, had this to offer about the news:
“We are thrilled to be working with Repechage as beauty PR agency of record. Given our extensive experience creating and implementing outstanding public relations programs for beauty and spa brands, we are confident 5WPR will deliver for Repechage. This is a brand with a rich heritage, and an even brighter future.”
For more information about 5WPR’s consumer beauty aspects, please visit this link. To learn more about Repechage, readers can visit their main webpage via the links provided, or click on the image below to visit their Facebook profile. You can also see the original BusinessWire press release here.
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