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Thursday July 17, 2014 MYT 1:40:00 PM
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Perfectly smooth, healthy skin is possible says the South Korean actress.
Renowned Korean drama actress, the famous heroine of the smash-hit Korean TV series My Love From the Star, Jun Ji-hyun, also known as Gianna-Jun, is the new brand ambassador for Hada Labo of Mentholatum.
Known for her natural beauty, the brand found her to be the perfect match for the its ‘Perfect x Simple’ skincare philosophy. During the launch in Shanghai, she shared her skincare secrets on how to achieve beautiful, healthy-looking skin.
Together with Anita Ng, President of Mentholatum Asia Pacific, they officiated the launch ceremony of Hada Labo Lotion and announced her new role.
The new 2014 television commercial for the upgraded version of Hada Labo Lotion was also unveiled, featuring Jun sharing her experience using the product.
Commenting on her collaboration with the international skincare brand, Hada Labo, Jun said in flawless Mandarin, “I like using Hada Labo Lotion because it is very suitable for my skin. I usually go for a simple approach, be it my life or skincare regimen.
“When Hada Labo approached me about becoming their brand ambassador, I was so touched and honoured because I really like the brand. I am glad that we have the chance to work together!”
Jun also shared, “Moisturising skin is very important as it helps to maintain its optimum moisture balance. This is why Hada Labo Lotion is a must-have item in my daily skincare regimen.”
Hada Labo Lotion is the flagship product of the brand. This lotion was launched in Asia a decade ago. Since then, it has won over hundreds of thousands of users and over millions of bottles being sold across Asia.
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