Mumbai, Nov 4, 2019: With the winter season around the corner, leading skincare brand Joy has announced its association with Bollywood actress Kriti Sanon as its brand endorser. Joy, along with Kriti, will be endorsing their popular winter care product Honey Almond lotion. Kriti will soon appear in an integrated marketing campaign around the product that also features a refreshingly new television commercial.
Speaking about this association Sunil Agarwal, Chairman, RSH Global said, “Winters are extremely important for any personal care company and we’re no different and Honey & Almond body lotion is our flagship product. It was a well thought out move to get Kriti Sanon on board and we are confident that this partnership would be mutually beneficial to the brand as well as the endorser. I would like to welcome Kriti on board.”
Elaborating on the product campaign, Poulomi Roy, Chief Marketing Officer, RSH Global said, “Honey and Almond body lotion campaign is built on the mother brand philosophy of JOY “Beautiful by nature”. This campaign is based on the key insight “consumers are evolving”. The purchase behavior of consumers and their reason to belief has clearly shifted to rational reasonable influence rather than larger than life irrational promises.”
“Therefore the manifestation of this campaign sights a situation wherein Kriti Sanon as a new age woman influencer decides not to preach or claim unrealistic benefits to her consumers while endorsing a skin care product. So here’s a young woman played by Kriti Sanon with so called “conventional good looks” shatters the stereotypes used by advertisers to oversell skin care products to woman of all age groups.”
Actress Kriti Sanon, who is excited to be associated with the brand said, “I am extremely thrilled to come on board with Joy’s Honey & Almond body lotion. Honey and almonds are traditional ingredients for nourishment and the campaign talks about the benefits of these two ingredients in a straightforward yet an interesting way which the consumers will get to see in the television commercial.”