Guinness World Record for Most People Getting Facial

Rajesh Krishnamurthy, Business Head - Consumer Products Division, The Himalaya Drug Company and Shraddha Kapoor with the Guinness World Record certificate

Rajesh Krishnamurthy, Business Head – Consumer Products Division, The Himalaya Drug Company and Shraddha Kapoor with the Guinness World Record certificate

The Himalaya Drug Company, India’s leading herbal health and personal care company, entered the Guinness World Record “for most people receiving a facial simultaneously.” The record was accomplished by completing 286 facials in Mumbai on Saturday.

As part of the record setting activity, 286 students got a complete facial – starting with a cleansing, toning and moisturizing routine which was followed by a Purifying Neem facial, conducted by 286 professional beauty experts from Mumbai.

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Himalaya’s Pure Skin Facial is an ongoing initiative by the brand to engage with teenagers across the country and create awareness on skin care.

The record was created using this interactive workshop as a platform where students from various colleges in Mumbai participated in a pampering facial session.

Beauty Expert, Veena Desai moderated the activity and interacted with the audience explaining the step-by-step facial routine. She also shared tips on skin care and demonstrated the process of cleansing, toning and moisturizing.

Bollywood actress, Shraddha Kapoor who was present at the event, interacted with the students and guests.

According to Himalaya, the record of 286 facials was certified at Shri Rang Mandir Grounds by Guinness Adjudicator, Ms. Fortuna Burke.

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