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When Vandana Luthra first wanted to set up VLCC, a wellness and transformation centre, in the 1980s she found quite a few naysayers. This was an era when most women were happy visiting their neighborhood parlors and men the local barber. Armed with conviction, Vandana forged ahead and today VLCC is a global brand that in many ways changed the way Indians view beauty and wellness.
Published on 19, Oct 2021