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Deepika launches self-care brand with inspiring name

12 November 2022
Deepika launches  self-care brand with inspiring name

Hindustan Times :
Deepika Padukone revealed the meaning behind the name of her new self-care brand 82°E. The actor will launch the brand with a skincare line made using traditional Indian ingredients.
Deepika Padukone is starting her own self-care brand, 82°E. Deepika’s brand will be launched with a skincare line this month, and feature products made using Indian ingredients.
The actor hopes to make skincare a ritual with her new brand. On Thursday, while introducing her new brand, Deepika Padukone wrote on Instagram, “Two years ago we set out to create a modern self-care brand that is born in India, for the world…”
Deepika shared a promo video featuring herself and other models as they used products from the upcoming 82°E skincare line. Pronounced Eighty-Two East, the brand’s name is inspired by the meridian that runs longitudinally through India and defines the
standard time of the country.
On the occasion of launching her very own self-care brand, Deepika, who is the co-founder of 82°E, said “Wherever I am in the world, practising simple acts of self-care consistently, helps me stay grounded and enables me to feel my most centred. With 82°E, I hope to inspire us all to connect with our truest, most authentic selves through consistent and humble
self-care practices.”
The actress further said, “The first step in that direction is our range of skincare products that have been rigorously sourced, carefully crafted, and clinically tested so you can build simple, joyful, and effective everyday rituals to care for the health of your skin.”
The launch of 82°E also marks Deepika’s foray into full-fledged entrepreneurship. The actor, producer, and mental health advocate, who started her NGO, The Live Love Laugh Foundation some years ago, says she wants to support a holistic approach to self-care by using science to produce carefully crafted and clinically tested products for healthy, radiant skin.
Reacting to Deepika's announcement, many took to the comments section of the actor’s Instagram Reels. One fan wrote, “We will be buying! This
looks so promising.”

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