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Lessonia starts its second production site dedicated to masks

 Four years ago, Lessonia decided to capitalize on the development of the mask market in Europe and the United States. The company was right. To address the real emergence of this market, it decided to invest in R&D around masks and in building a high-performance production tool that meets European standards.
In October 2017, Lessonia broke ground on its new factory on land adjoining the historic site. A year later the company is able to start up its new site on 8,000 m2 and two floors, mostly dedicated to mask impregnation and packaging.
With this second plant, Lessonia takes up the position of European leader in a rapidly expanding market. Lessonia offers brands wishing to develop in this market a tool with high production potential, designed to meet high hygiene standards.

A genuine strategy focused on Europe and North America

To accompany the emergence of the mask market in Europe and North America, Lessonia has opted for a strategy focused on the needs of the Western market.

Products and raw materials sourced in Europe
All mask components must be traceable. To meet this challenge, Lessonia is developing production facilities in Europe to guarantee the quality of the materials used, and to meet the most demanding requirements of clients and their toxicologists.

Skin-friendly, EU-compliant 100% formulas
The masks must offer consumers immediate satisfaction and excellent comfort of use. Lessonia's success is based on skin-friendly, preservative-free 100% impregnation serum manufacturing and production technology. Lessonia now offers natural 100% "Milky Serum" (ingredients of natural origin).

Automation-based production technology adapted to Europe
Korean and Chinese manufacturing models are based on several intermediaries (mask cutting, bag making, packaging) requiring numerous manual interventions. Lessonia has turned to automation, an essential method for achieving competitive production costs and guaranteeing complete transparency and traceability.

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