P&G commends pampers premium care mothers
Procter &Gamble, makers of Pampers Premium Care, a diaper that offers skin protection for babies, hosted winners of the Pampers Premium Care 5 star to a one- day spa treatment in Lagos.
The event, which held in Lagos, began with a spa treatment for the mothers, makeovers by celebrity make-up artist Banke Meshida, as well as family photo sessions and dinner, with the mothers presented with photo albums from their previously held family photo shoot sponsored by Pampers.
In his remarks, the Brand Manager, Baby & Oral Care, Procter & Gamble, Mr Cletus Onyebuaha, appreciated the mothers for their unflinching support for the brand, and most especially, for giving the best diaper care to their babies.
According to him, Pampers Premium Care was introduced “as a result of fresh insights by dermatologists that babies’ skin requires extra special protection in the diaper area; since their skin is subject to very specific demands, compared to the skin of older children or adults.”
Onyebuaha stressed the company’s commitment to assisting mothers to help their babies have high quality skin protection, adding that, “by selecting a good quality diaper that offers high quality skin protection, mothers can nurture a most vital asset essential to babies’ experiences of the world around them.”
Explaining why the company decided to honour mothers, Brand Public Relations Manager, Procter & Gamble, Miss Ngozi Coker, noted that the company recognised the fact that mothers were the key primary care givers in the home, adding that by honouring mothers across Nigeria, the company was keeping with its purpose of touching and improving the lives of its consumers.Share