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Anne French ropes in Kareena Kapoor as brand ambassador

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Anne French ropes in Kareena Kapoor as brand ambassador

Wyeth Consumer Healthcare, manufacturer of Anne French Hair Remover Crème, has a new brand ambassador – Kareena Kapoor. The product meets the requirements of Indian women who prefer to have convenient packaging options of depilatory creams, which are easy to carry are use. Actress Deepti Bhatnagar had earlier endorsed the brand.

On being the face of Anne French, Kapoor said, “I have always trusted Anne French to make my skin beautiful. I have used Anne French hair removers regularly for quite sometime now. Its convenient packing makes it easy to carry and use. Anne French has Vitamin E and moisturisers which make my skin not only look beautiful but also feeling silky, soft and smooth – the genuine Anne French feeling.”

An Anne French spokesperson said, “Anne French is a market leader for more than 40 years, and is a trusted brand among millions of women across the country. We welcome the entry of Kareena Kapoor to the Anne French family. Kareena’s appointment as the Anne French brand ambassador will go a long way in reinforcing the Indian woman’s continuing trust in Anne French as her preferred hair remover, and establishing the new tube pack as the preferred product for the modern, contemporary consumer.”

The Anne French Hair Remover Crème tubes are available in packs of 25gms, 40gms and 60gms in three fragrances of rose, sandal and turmeric.


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