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As the part of its latest CSR initiative, Clinikally partners with Gurugram’s Traffic Police and offer them sunscreens

3rd July 2024: Clinikally, India’s fastest-growing e-pharmacy platform for premium skin and hair care recently conducted its CSR activity with Gurugram traffic police. To exhibit its social concern towards traffic police personnel who ensure our safety, the platform provided them skincare protection under the scorching sun by offering extended skincare products.

To showcase appreciation for the traffic personnel’s tireless service in the blazing sun, Clinikally took this opportunity to protect their skin from sun damage caused by excessive exposure to heat, UV rays, and pollutants by providing them with Clinikally’s Sunprotect SPF 50 PA+++ sunscreen. In tandem, Clinkally’s sunscreen will offer them with vital UVA and UVB protection needed to beat the heat, whilst keeping their skin protected from UV damage.

Speaking on this, Arjun Soin, Founder, Clinikally said, “As a digital dermatology platform, we truly believe in the concept ‘Skin and Hair Care for All’ and take pride in reflecting the same commitment in our CSR initiatives. In regards, our partnership with the city’s incredible traffic police is our attempt to make the roads safer, cooler, and a little brighter for the heroes who keep us and our roads moving forward.”

With an unwavering focus on empowering traffic police by lending them dedicated sun and skin care protection, Clinikally is completing its duty as an inclusive dermatology platform. Moving forward, Clinikally will continue to partake in more CSR initiatives, dedicated towards spreading the word about sun safety.


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