Bon Bon perfume is the name of a perfume line by Parisian perfume giant Sephora.
The brand has a cult following among young women in India and has a large presence in India, especially in the southern states of Assam and Bihar.
Sephoras perfume has been the go-to scent for some Indian women in recent years, especially when they are feeling unwell or if they are visiting a country in which the market for perfume is limited.
However, the brand is now in trouble with regulators.
According to reports in India’s NDTV channel, the company is in a difficult situation, with the regulator trying to enforce the regulations.
SePHORA had initially applied to the State of Maharashtra and was given permission to produce the product in January but has been trying to get a waiver on that and other issues.
The agency has now asked SePHO to give the company a deadline of March 26 to provide an “unimpeded” product.
SePHORAS will not be able to sell the product outside the country.
It is yet to respond to the agency’s letter, but in a statement released on Tuesday, the parent company said the company would comply with all relevant requirements.
The company also said it was in talks with SePHORS regulators, and that the company had made the request for the waiver “with the expectation of being given the necessary time.”
The brand is still trying to reach out to the Indian market, but the regulator said it would make its decision on March 28.
The regulator’s letter to SePHoras said it had made an initial inspection of the brand and found that “sephoras perfume is of unsatisfactory quality and is not compliant with the requirements of the regulation.”