Romantaque is based on a technology, that very effectively inhibits the growth of unwanted human hair. It has secured patents in Australia, UK, South Africa, and India. There are more patents being in the pipeline.
Romantaque is super activated herbal product of this cutting edge technology. Romantaque, as a cosmetic lotion is to be applied after hair-removal. It retards the hair growth successively, thereby prolonging the time interval between hair-removal cycles.
It was the reluctance shown by a relative to face public after hair growing abnormally on her face that prompted Ms Mrinmayee Bhushan to find a remedy for the problem.
Ms Bhushan, a microbiologist who runs a firm with her husband in Pune, never forgot her relative’s face and 15 years later, she has now developed a herbal remedy for inhibiting abnormal hair growth in men and women, a work which was recognised by the government along with 29 other innovations.
She was awarded the Department of Science and Technology (DST) - Lockheed Martin award along with 29 others at a function here. The technology is all natural, plant-based cream establishment of plant-derived lectin that inhibits hair growth in men and women of all ages, the citation read.
“I was a microbiology student when I saw one of my relatives having abnormal hair growth. She lost confidence and started avoiding public. Then I decided one day, I will develop something which could be of help,” Ms Bhushan, who is planning to launch the product in six months, said.
…………………………. The awards, which carry a cash prize of Rs one lakh, a certificate and a medal, were presented by Mr T Ramasami, secretary of Department of Science and Technology and Mr Roy O Johnson of Lockheed Martin.