Sulwhasoo Charity Kit

Sulwhasoo Charity Kit, Sulwhasoo, World Vision Malaysia, Concentrating Ginseng Cream, First Care Activating Serum, Essential Balancing Emulsion, Essential Balancing Water, Gentle Cleansing Foam, Overnight Vitalizing Mask

Sulwhasoo, skincare brand from Korea has recently introduced Sulwhasoo Charity Kit a limited edition skincare kit to help raise funds for World Vision Malaysia. This charity initiative is part of Sulwhasoo’s global Charity Quilt Project, inspired by the hand-sewn patchwork quilt traditionally pieced together from old clothing and rags as a gesture of blessing and well wishes.

Sulwhasoo Charity Kit is available in Malaysia starting from 4 Oct 2013, at counters in Parkson Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur and Parkson Gurney Plaza, Penang. Priced at RM129.00, each Sulwhasoo Charity Kit comes in a quilt inspired design pouch. Only 500 units are available in Malaysia.

The Sulwhasoo Charity Kit consists two of the brand’s signature products – the Concentrating Ginseng Cream (5 ml) and First Care Activating Serum (8 ml). It also has Essential Balancing Emulsion (30 ml), Essential Balancing Water (30 ml), Gentle Cleansing Foam (50 ml), and Overnight Vitalizing Mask (30 ml/tube).

Sulwhasoo takes a step forward to give back to society through this meaningful Charity Quilt Project. The Proceeds from the sale of Sulwhasoo Charity Kit will be donated to World Vision Malaysia. Sulwhasoo Malaysia is committed to donate RM10,000 to World Vision Malaysia this year. 

This year, Sulwhasoo Charity Quilt Project is themed “Touching Moments with Splendour” with even more touching stories to be told. For the first time, Malaysia will be represented by Puan Sri Chelsia Cheng, an award-winning Hong Kong actress and singer in the 70’s and currently the Chairman of Lion Parkson Foundation.

All donations collected from Sulwhasoo Charity Kit sales will be channeled to Children Development Fund. It will be used to support children and children-related development work locally and internationally. These could include initiatives in the areas of children’s rights protection, education, mental and emotional development, nutrition and health care.

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