KAO teams up with Lotus to donate Biore Guard Mos Block Serum to schools nationwide

KAO teams up with Lotus to donate Biore Guard Mos Block Serum to schools nationwide

Kao Industrial (Thailand) Co., Ltd. led by Ms. Pattira Chatchawanpreecha, Marketing Director, Consumer Business (2nd left), and Ms. Salinla Seehaphan, Chief Sustainability Officer, Lotus Thailand (3rd right), together with management, donated 1,800 pieces of Biore Guard Mos Block Serum, worth 127,000 baht, to schools in 77 provinces nationwide under the company’s food donation program. The donation was received by Mr. Krongkarn Ornchan, Acting Director of Wat Chai Chana Songkhram School (centre), at Lotus Rama 1 department store. The aim of the program is to protect vulnerable school children and youth from mosquitoes and the threat of dengue fever.

Biore Guard Mos Block Serum is a mosquito repellent with a unique formula that can be spread over exposed skin to protect against mosquito bites and is safe for daily use. 

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