Cosmopolitan (India) - - EDITORIAL -

Ev­ery skin has its own story. There are many time­less skin mo­ments that have been etched in your heart. Like the first time you held the hand of a loved one. Or the soft­ness you felt when you ca­ressed your baby’s cheeks. We searched for such mo­ments across the coun­try through the NIVEA My Skin Mo­ments con­test. What we found truly touched the heart and here are two beau­ti­ful ex­am­ples:


Esha Gupta “Since child­hood, my morn­ings have al­ways started with the bless­ings of my grand­mother. She would wake me up ev­ery day with her warm and lov­ing touch. Her skin was al­ways so fragrant and smooth and it felt so good that it had a last­ing im­pres­sion on my mind. My grand­mother is very care­ful about her skin, so she swears by NIVEA and has been us­ing it all her life. Till date, I as­so­ci­ate her

pres­ence with the fra­grance of NIVEA. This mem­ory is very close to my heart and has left its lin­ger­ing pres­ence in my life. This was and still re­mains the best skin mo­ment of my life.”

Seema Venu Gopal

“I’m mar­ried and have two kids. My daugh­ter is in class VIII and my son is in class V. Some time ago, we had a sem­i­nar in the school where I teach. Prin­ci­pals and teach­ers from var­i­ous schools had come to visit our school as part of the con­flu­ence. One of the vis­it­ing prin­ci­pals came for­ward and asked our school prin­ci­pal if I’d be in­ter­ested in mar­ry­ing his son. When the prin­ci­pal told him that I was hap­pily mar­ried and had two chil­dren, he just couldn’t be­lieve I was that old. Wow! I was truly flat­tered. That was a quite a com­pli­ment in­deed.”

Pho­tog­ra­pher Aneev Rao; Stylist Akan­sha Jain; Make-up Ashima Kapoor

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