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Myntra poised to become India's largest beauty and personal care player

The segment is a major driver of new customer acquisition for the Walmart-owned firm, as vaccination penetration rises and more people venture outdoors

Myntra | E-commerce firms | Beauty & personal care

Peerzada Abrar  |  Bengaluru 

Ayyappan Rajagopal, chief business officer, Myntra
Ayyappan Rajagopal, chief business officer, Myntra

Walmart-owned fashion retailer is set to emerge as the biggest beauty and personal care (BPC) player in the country and give strong competition to traditional players and online beauty platforms such as Nykaa, MyGlamm and Purplle.



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First Published: Fri, October 08 2021. 20:58 IST