SWARA BHASKAR VISITS AUTISM CENTRE FOR EXCELLENCE IN ASSOCIATION WITH KIEHL'S INDIA

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Bollywood Celebrity Swara Bhaskar with Ms. Shriti Malhotra, COO at Kiehl's India and Dr. Archana Nayyar, Founder at Autism Centre For Excellence.

Kiehl’s Since 1851, the New York City-based apothecary and creator of fine quality skin and hair care, opened its doors in Ambience Mall, Gurugram. With the launch of it’s new Store of The Future flagship store, Kiehl’s also announced the launch of the Limited Edition Ultra Facial Cream in association with Autism Speaks and Academy Award Winner Actor Matthew McConaughey.

With Kiehl’s customer-centric heritage and decades-old commitment to local communities, this year Kiehl’s India has contributed its focus towards​ philanthropic endeavors for the cause of Autism. On that account, Kiehl’s collaborated​ with Swara Bhaskar to support this cause with Gurugram based school, ​Autism Centre for Excellence (ACE)As a part of this association, Kiehl’s India will donate 1% the sales made of the Limited Edition Ultra Facial Cream to the cause of Autism to ACE.

Swara Bhaskar, celebrated Bollywood actress, graced the occasion with her presence, who was joined by Ms. Shriti Malhotra, Chief Operating Officer at Kiehl’s India and Dr. Archana Nayar, founder at Autism Centre for Excellence, to inaugurate the flagship store.

Swara Bhaskar showed her support towards the cause of Autism by visiting Autism Centre For Excellence (ACE) and spending quality time with the children at ACE, interacting and playing games. Swara also took part in a special cake cutting ceremony with the children.

Kiehl’s is an absolutely phenomenal brand when it comes to both skincare and philanthropy and I feel so fortunate to have been able to be here at the launch of their Ambience Mall Gurugram flagship store and to honour the cause of Autism.” added ​Swara Bhaskar, Bollywood Actress.​
“The collaboration with Kiehl’s for Autism outreach and the visit by Swara Bhaskar have been extremely encouraging for ACE. Such interactions highlight the issue of mental disability and helps raise acceptance and awareness by many folds.” says Dr. Archana Nayar, Director Autism Centre For Excellence.

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Friday, December 8, 2017