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Kareena Kapoor Khan appointed new face of Dabur Amla Hair Oil

10-May-2017
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Kareena Kapoor Khan appointed new face of Dabur Amla Hair Oil

Dabur India has announced Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan as the new face of Dabur Amla Hair Oil. Enriched with the natural goodness of Amla (Indian gooseberry), Dabur Amla Hair Oil enriches hair, making them strong from inside and beautiful from outside to keep you looking absolutely gorgeous all day long.

Dabur Amla Hair Oil's new identity now has Kareena Kapoor Khan’s face on the front label, making the 75-year-old brand more contemporary and appropriate in consonance with today's lifestyle.

“We are proud to welcome Kareena Kapoor Khan into the Dabur Amla family. Dabur Amla hair Oil has always been associated with beauty and has been known as the key behind strong, healthy, long and beautiful hair. Kareena's vibrant persona, pan-India appeal and her confident attitude makes her a great fit for our brand," said Rajat Nanda, DGM (Hair Oils) of Dabur India.

Speaking about her association with Dabur Amla Hair Oil, Kareena Kapoor said, “I’m very proud to be associated with Dabur Amla Hair Oil that has always showcased the epitome of strength & beauty for Indian women. I am really excited to undertake this new journey with them. Hair is very precious for each and every girl and hence they deserve only the best. Dabur Amla is known from decades to give nourishment & strength to hair.”
 

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