Over the past few decades, Hindustan Unilever’s soap brand Lux has created some of the most iconic ad campaigns in India. The brand has been endorsed by lead actors who epitomise beauty, from Hema Malini and Sridevi to Kareena Kapoor and Deepika Padukone. The brand's product portfolio, coupled with such compelling celebrity endorsement, has helped Lux gain a loyal customer base, strong recall and a huge share in the beauty and skin care market in India. But when a brand is in an influential position, it is als
With its Soap with a Lump initiative, Lux stresses on the importance of self-examination and early detection of breast cancer
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