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Dr. Fisher Opens on Amazon

March 27, 2014

Online store sells companies skin care products.

Skin care and personal care company Dr. Fischer has opened a dedicated store on Amazon.

Over the past two years, Dr. Fischer products have scored hits at various exhibitions, including "Total Health 2014" in Miami with thousands of people attending. Dr. Fischer also is a great proponent of peace and his endeavors include an exhibit of International

The pharmaceutical company he founded in 1964 has commenced operations at the most advanced skin care products plant in Israel in which his company has invested nearly $14 million.

Dr. Fischer manufactures and distributes to more than 30 countries worldwide a broad range of eye care products, including Dr. Fischer Eye-Care for babies and adults, along such skin care products as the most advanced sunscreens and other applications.

Dr. Fischer began exports to the US, selling its products under its own brand name around 18 months ago, according to the firm.

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