Ananda Rayudu Gudapati, the company's founder, is a Swim America and internationally certified ASCA swimming coach. He has won open water and national swimming medals. He instructs hundreds of students annually, and he discovered that many of them are concerned about hair breakage and skin tanning, leading some to drop out of swimming classes. He began researching the products that were available on the market in order to suggest products to his students. However, he was unable to locate any reputable Indian brands, and the imported brands are prohibitively expensive due to import taxes and are not designed with Indian consumers in mind. At that point, he pondered the question, "Why don't we manufacture a product exclusively for Indian consumers who want to swim in beaches, resorts, water parks, swimming pools, and other similar establishments?" He began compiling the requirements from industry veterans and students he had taught. That is how Orca cosmetics began its journey.
After completing his MCA, Mr Mohan joined an information technology company as an SW engineer in 2008. From 2008 to 2012, he worked as a distributor for the TATA water and water bottles company. From 2012 to 2015, he was incarcerated in his district at Nellore. From 2015 to 2017, he worked as an SW Engineer for HCL. From 2018 to the present, they are conducting business in a variety of ways, such as starting a solar company, which is still operating successfully. At the same time, He owns another business that operates a restaurant similar to KFC's Fried Chicken. Now, they beginning a new journey in the cosmetic industry.
Swimmers frequently develop swimmer's xerosis, also known as dry skin. The loss of moisture from the stratum corneum as a result of the dilution and melting of the natural protective skin sebum causes dry, scaly, and irritated skin1. Xerosis is made worse by long, hot showers that swimmers are notorious for taking, as well as by long soaks in hot tubs and Jacuzzis. Conditions that affect the skin are called skin infections. Skin changes such as rashes, inflammation, and itching are all symptoms of these diseases. Some skin conditions are inherited, while others are brought on by lifestyle choices. Ointments, creams, medications, and adjustments to one's lifestyle are some of the options for treating various skin conditions.
The human body is covered and protected by the skin, a large organ. It has a variety of uses, including: Keeping fluids in and preventing dehydration Keeping viruses, bacteria, and other diseases out Helping you feel different sensations, like pain or temperature Synthesis of vitamin D Stabilizing your body temperature Skin conditions include all conditions that inflame, clog, and irritate the skin, resulting in rashes and other changes in the appearance of the skin. Skin diseases can be very severe, have a wide range of symptoms, and can be painful or not hurt at all. While some skin infections aren't serious, others can be fatal.