Organic Harvest Teams Up With 'Mr. & Mrs. Mahi’ as the Official Skincare Partner
Organic Harvest Teams Up With 'Mr. & Mrs. Mahi’ as the Official Skincare Partner

India's premier organic beauty and personal care brand, Organic Harvest, partnered with the highly anticipated Bollywood film by Dharma Productions, "Mr. & Mrs. Mahi," featuring renowned actors Rajkumar Rao and Janhvi Kapoor.

Directed by Sharan Sharma, acclaimed for his directorial debut "Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl," and produced by Dharma Productions, the film has already generated significant excitement among fans and movie enthusiasts. In this collaboration, Organic Harvest's range of 100 percent certified organic skincare products takes center stage, with its flagship products such as the Organic Harvest sunscreen and facewash ensuring the protection of Mr. & Mrs. Mahi from the adverse effects of UV rays, blue light, and environmental pollutants, both on and off screen.

This innovative partnership between Organic Harvest and "Mr. & Mrs. Mahi" transcends traditional advertising, offering a refreshing respite from the summer heat. The collaboration aims to inspire audiences to explore Organic Harvest and its organic advantage, which distinguishes it in the skincare industry. Unlike conventional chemical-based or purportedly natural products, Organic Harvest's range is entirely certified organic, committed to enhancing natural beauty and nurturing the skin without any harmful chemicals or toxins. Organic Harvest invites consumers to embrace the true essence of organic wellness and replace conventional products with certified organic alternatives, providing the safest and most effective skincare solutions.

As the characters Mahima and Mahendra embark on their journey of personal growth and empowerment in the film, the presence of Organic Harvest underscores the significance of self-nurturing from within, reflecting the brand's philosophy of holistic well-being and self-love.

Ketan Bhatia, Group Brand Director, Good Glamm Group stated, "Our collaboration with Dharma Productions' 'Mr. & Mrs. Mahi' represents an exciting opportunity to merge the worlds of cinema and skincare, providing our commitment to promoting skincare solutions that are not only effective but truly safe, being 100% certified organic. By eliminating harmful chemicals and embracing the purity of nature, we offer consumers a genuinely safe and beneficial alternative. The unmatched advantages of our organic formulations, reinforcing our mission to promote true wellness and natural beauty."

Apoorva Mehta, CEO, Dharma Productions commented, "We are excited to collaborate with Organic Harvest on 'Mr. & Mrs. Mahi,' as it allows us to integrate meaningful brand partnerships into the themes of our stories. Organic Harvest's dedication to natural skincare perfectly complements the themes of self-discovery and authenticity portrayed in the film.."

In this collaboration, Organic Harvest showcases four of its premium skincare products, all 100 percent American-certified organic and free from parabens, silicones, and sulfates. These products are essential for maintaining healthy, radiant skin, especially suited for the active lifestyles depicted in the film. Serving as the official skincare partner for "Mr. & Mrs. Mahi," Organic Harvest's premium range embodies the superior benefits of organic ingredients, which are environmentally friendly, gentle, and highly effective for the skin.

By harnessing naturally derived ingredients, these products help to preserve the skin's natural balance, prevent irritation, and deliver long-lasting results. Organic Harvest's dedication to purity ensures that each application contributes to overall well-being, making it the perfect choice for those seeking both beauty and health. Among the featured products are the All Skin SPF 60 Sunscreen, Oily Skin SPF 60 Sunscreen, Luxurious Bathing Bars, and 6-in-1 Brightening Facewash, each meticulously designed to enhance and protect the skin's natural beauty.

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