Miss Universe Skincare officially launched in Bangkok


Following the Miss Universe Beverage (M*U Beverage and M*U health drinks), the Miss Universe Skincare was officially launched on Friday, July 21 at Capella Bangkok in Thailand.

Reigning Miss Universe R'Bonney Gabriel attended the event with her fellow 71st Miss Universe sisters Ndavi Noderi of South Africa, Monique Riley of Australia, Divita Rai of India, Evlin Khalifa of Bahrain, Hrafnhildur Haraldsdóttir of Iceland, and Anna Sueangam-iam of Thailand.

Also present were the hearts and brains of the skincare line Miss Universe Organization owner Anne Jakrajutatip and her business partners — CEO and founder of O Skin Med Spa Olivia Quido-Co and President of Legacy Holding Raul Rocha Cantu.

With carefully selected natural ingredients from across the seven continents, Miss Universe Skincare products were created to meet a wide range of skincare needs of consumers around the world. They will be available on its official website by November.

As the official skincare brand of the Miss Universe pageant, all contestants are expected to receive exclusive access to the products, pampering facials, and body treatments available at Miss Universe Skincare & Spa to be launched in Miami later this year.

Photos: Hello Universe, R'Bonney Gabriel / Instagram

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