Touch of Disney in cosmetics range

(From left) Karmart Public Company Ltd Business Development Division assistant managing director Wongwiwat Theekhakhirikul, Cho and Karmart Public Company Ltd Creative Product and Marketing assistant managing director Pongwiwat Theekahkhirikul at the launch of the collection.

GUARDIAN Malaysia continues to attract its customers with the addition of the Disney Tsum Tsum X Cathy Doll for this year.

The range of make-up products is now available in Malaysia, exclusively at Guardian.

Speaking at the unveiling, Guardian Health and Beauty Sdn Bhd South-East Asia health and beauty marketing director DY Cho said, “As the leading health and beauty retailer in Malaysia, Guardian prides itself in understanding what customers want and which brands are setting the latest trends in the global health and beauty market.

“Disney Tsum Tsum X Cathy Dolls cosmetic products fits that bill with its combination of cute collectible Disney-inspired Tsum Tsum characters on the packaging of the cosmetic products from Cathy Doll.

“Both Disney Tsum Tsum stuffed toys and Cathy Doll beauty care products are big brands in their own right, each with tremendous following.

“Since Disney Tsum Tsum toys was launched in 2013, millions have been sold and have become collectors’ items.

The Disney Tsum Tsum X Cathy Doll cosmetic range includes a CC cream, powder pact, oil control blur pact, blusher sticks, soft eyebrow pencils, eyeliners, mascara and eyeshadow palettes.
The Disney Tsum Tsum X Cathy Doll cosmetic range includes a CC cream, powder pact, oil control blur pact, blusher sticks, soft eyebrow pencils, eyeliners, mascara and eyeshadow palettes. 

“Cathy Doll is also one of fastest growing beauty care brands in Malaysia and when these two brands come together to create the Disney Tsum Tsum X Cathy Doll range of cosmetic products, it is sure to be a successful collaboration,” he said.

He added that the company was confident the collection of collectibles would be a hit with collectors and customers who value great products at great value.

The Disney Tsum Tsum X Cathy Doll cosmetic range, available exclusively at Guardian, include a CC Cream, powder pact with SPF 40 protection, oil control blur pact, blusher sticks, soft eyebrow pencils, Crazy Black eyeliners, mascara, eyeshadow palettes, 2–in-1 Lip & Cheek Chiffon Tint and Gloss Cocktail Lipstick.

All these products come packaged in highly popular Disney Tsum Tsum characters such as Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Donald Duck, Pooh, Piglet, Tigger and Eeyore from Winnie the Pooh as well as Elsa, Anna and Olaf from Frozen.

In conjunction with the launch, Guardian is offering customers a gift of a limited edition plush Tsum Tsum Mickey Drawstring Bag for the first 100 customers who spend more than RM100 on Disney Tsum Tsum products at the Mid Valley Lower Ground Atrium during the offer period.

“Since Chinese New Year is near followed by Valentine’s Day, these Disney Tsum Tsum Cathy Doll range of products make ideal gifts for your loved ones.”

Five pieces of limited edition Disney Tsum Tsum Vintage Luggage Bags will

be up for grabs in a lucky draw until

Feb 28.

To qualify for the draw, customers need to purchase RM150 and above of Disney Tsum Tsum x Cathy Doll products, visit Guardian’s Facebook page to scan the QR code or click on the link, upload their receipt, fill in their details and answer a simple question.

“They are only available while stocks last,” Cho added.

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