Hygiene Brands


Company Headquarters

Mahir İz Cad. No. 25 (34662) Altunizade, Üsküdar
istanbul, 34662

Company Description

Hayat Kimya, which started producing Molfix baby diapers in 1998, continues to reinforce its position as the brand of happy babies. Molfix baby diapers are produced with utmost care, they are extremely gentle on your baby's sensitive skin, and their green absorbent layer provides perfect dryness while the outer surface of the diaper protects the skin. Thanks to water-resistant barriers that prevent leaks, Molfix gives babies full protection and keeps their skin dry and healthy around the clock.

Hayat Kimya had started producing baby diapers in Turkey. The company today produces baby diapers in Algeria, Iran and Egypt as well. Besides the Molfix brand, it also provides consumers with the Bebem brand, at more affordable prices, and complete with an ISO 9001 quality assurance certificate that attests to the use of the latest fully automatic production technologies. Another product is the wet-wipes the company produces to answer babies’ needs and to protect their sensitive skin. These wet-wipes reach consumers in more than 70 countries.

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