KFC’s co-branded skin care products can be purchased online.
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KFC, which introduces a new food item every once in a while, now has a line of skincare products, but it’s in Indonesia.
Yes – you read that right!
KFC Indonesia has partnered with renowned skincare brand Dear Me Beauty to skincare products such as a face mask, sunscreen stick, and cream.
The latest move by the food and beverage giant to become diverse has got everyone talking on the Internet.
The packaging features the KFC logo and some cute fried chicken designs, making it look very ‘appetizing’.
The innovative crossover collaboration has attracted many KFC fans who bought and tried out the stuff, possibly to see if the products are greasy and smell like fried chicken.
Let’s take a closer look at the latest offerings by KFC.
Hydrating Primer Sheet Mask
The product comes with the KFC logo and fried chicken printed all over the packaging.
The mask hydrates the skin layers and repairs the underlying skin barrier and is suitable for all skin types, including those with sensitive and dry skin.
Apply it for 15 minutes to both moisturize dry skin and leave it softer and more radiant.
Primer Sunstick Broad Spectrum SPF 50+
With a maximum sun protection value of SPF 50+, this sunscreen stick is formulated with six advanced UVA+UVB filters to help counteract ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
The formulation also protects the skin against damage caused by exposure to sunlight.
The pale yellow color with its soft and sticky texture makes the sunscreen look like KFC’s mashed potatoes.
The product is noncomedogenic, dermatologically tested, suitable for all skin types, non-sticky and spreadable.
For optimal daily protection, it is recommended to apply sunscreen every 2 hours.
Skin Barrier Water Cream
The product is a hydrating facial cream that is noncomedogenic, non-irritating, and non-invasive.
Suitable for all skin types, it is also free of fragrance and alcohol.
These KFC products are currently only available in Indonesia, but Malaysians can get their hands on them if they look hard enough on online shopping platforms.
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