SUGAR cosmetics and over 5000 influencers come together against female foeticide

The cosmetic brand's digital activity saw 5600+ posts on Instagram, using #BetterWithHer and reached approx. 7.7K + people

e4m by exchange4media Staff
Updated: Mar 17, 2020 4:15 PM

SUGAR Cosmetics has successfully associated itself with 5000+ influencers to raise awareness about female foeticide.

This Women’s Day, SUGAR asked women to show their support and fight against female foeticide and infanticide by uploading a family photo across social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook and Twitter wherein they simply scribble out the women in the picture, along with the message – ‘This Women's Day, make a difference by being the voice of those who didn't make it! Do your bit to stand up against female foeticide and infanticide in India. So spread the message and show your support by uploading your scribbled photographs, so the world can truly #GetThePicture. #BetterWithHer #TrySUGAR #SUGARCosmetics’.

This digital activity saw 5600+ posts on Instagram, using #BetterWithHer and reached approx. 7.7K + people.  The campaign trended in the Top Ten India Trends on Twitter and received approx. 933 tweets. These tweets received total impressions of approximately 16.8 million with a reach of approx. 3.4  million. The campaign received support from top influencers and bloggers like Debasree Banerjee, Shreya Mehta, Kainaz Reddy, Purva Vats and many more.

Alongside this, with the purchase of every SUGAR Minis Set this month, SUGAR Cosmetics will give a part of the proceedings towards fighting this societal evil.

Speaking about the success of the campaign, Vineeta Singh, CEO, SUGAR Cosmetics says, “To raise awareness about the alarming issue of female foeticide and infanticide in the country, we launched this digital campaign. The campaign inspired consumers to emphasize on how important women are, and what their families would look like without them. SUGAR as a brand stands by strong, independent women and this year we wanted to celebrate them as well as the women who couldn’t make it. I sincerely hope that this campaign has created the right amount of awareness."

Adding to this, Amrita Shinde, Marketing Head, SUGAR Cosmetics said, “With this campaign, our aim was to reach out to the audience all over the country and raise awareness about this cause. Apart from the women who took a stand for this cause, SUGAR also saw a fraction of men who organically came forward to show their support. This shows that the campaign was successful in creating awareness and that men too feel for this cause! While we have a long way to go before female foeticide and infanticide can completely be stopped in India, we hope this campaign has helped in a small way.”

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