On behalf of leading hair and skin care brand Garnier, acclaimed television personality and actress Juggun Kazim invited the media to an exclusive press meet in celebration of the launch of the Garnier Light SPF 15 Cream on 29th July 2011 at Pace Shopping Mall, Link Road. Indeed Juggun Kazim is regarded as one of Pakistan’s most dynamic celebrities and as a successful and talented media personality and actress.
At this intimate press meet, Garnier spokesperson Juggun Kazim spoke to the members of the esteemed media about her new campaign for the brand, her current work and future projects and revealed an exclusive behind the scenes shoot from her latest Garnier Light campaign.
Speaking about the recently launched campaign and press event Garnier spokesperson Juggun Kazim said “I enjoyed this campaign very much, specifically because of how much I relate to the brand and the new Garnier Light SPF 15 cream which is all about skin protection, something very important for all women. After all, as a television morning show host, I’m up and out in the early sun. As a mother I’m out again picking up my son from school in the afternoon. As an actress I’m often shooting outside in the sun! This press event was very important to me as I wanted to celebrate my work with Garnier with the media, who have helped make me a star today.”
Speaking about the launch of the new Garnier Light Range, L’Oréal Pakistan [parent company of Garnier] General Manager – Consumer Product Division, Moazzam Ali Khan has said: “Garnier is a brand which believes strongly in the philosophy of Taking Care and we are happy to be able to share this value with the media and indeed share our new campaign at our event with Juggun Kazim today. Our Garnier Light Range encourages women to look after their skin naturally; Developed with SPF 15 and Lemon Essence, the cream lightens the skin up to 2 tones, protects from the harsh UV rays of the sun and has proven efficacy against dark spots. It is the perfect solution for beauty conscious Pakistani women this summer.”