Shop Your Way to Korea with Guardian Malaysia

by - November 17, 2018


Are you a fan of Korea? or maybe you'll just need a holiday to wind down and relax?

Guardian Malaysia is offering their customers the opportunity to literally “Shop Your Way to Korea.” You will be given a chance to win a week-long exclusive K-Beauty and Wellness Experience travel package for two worth nearly RM36,000! 

In addition, there will be 16 second prizes of a Samsung Note 9 each, and 30 third prizes of Guardian vouchers of RM300 each! In total, more than RM200,000 worth of prizes are up for grabs.


Ms Wong Vai Chi, Head of Marketing and Promotions, Guardian Health And Beauty Sdn Bhd (Guardian Malaysia), said at the launch: “As the leader in health and beauty retailing, we have seen how made-in-Korea skincare and beauty products are fast gaining traction with our customers, who are always on the lookout for greater variety, quality and value! 

“So this contest is to give recognition to how Korean products are influencing our lifestyles and spending habits, and to reward our customers,” she added.

Ms Wong said the contest, is also in line with Guardian Malaysia’s policy to put our customers first, always. We continually strive to bring innovative and fresh promotions that delivers great variety, quality and value products and services to our customers.


Here are the simple steps to join 

#1 Spend a minimum of RM40, including one participating brand, in a single receipt to participate.

#2 Count the number of Guardian Jeju Masks inside the I Guardian Heart acrylic mould, measuring 780mm (w) by 600mm (h) and 270 mm (d). Each Jeju Mask measures 11.4 cm by 15.9 cm.

#3 Submit your entries via physical forms or via online 

Super simple right? This contest runs from 1st November to 31 December 2018 so don't miss out the opportunity to participate!

A total of 38 brands are participating in the contest, including five main sponsor brands, Dove, L’Oreal, Maybelline, Pantene and Safi.

Full details of the contest and the rules and regulations are available on: w2korea.guardian.com.my


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