Tuesday, July 19, 2022




Disruptive pricing of just INR.45 per sachet, comes at the price of a soap  

A sustainable and environment friendly format 

Shah Rukh Khan is the brand ambassador of Godrej Magic Bodywash 

Pledge INR 100 crore to be spent over the next 3 years towards awareness initiatives endorsing the message of environment-conscious lifestyle 



Mumbai, July 19, 2022: In line with its value of ‘Putting Planet before Profits’, Godrej Consumer Products Limited (GCPL), unveiled Godrej Magic Bodywash, India’s first ready-tomix bodywash at just INR.45. This innovation encourages the habit of reuse and reduce wastage, thereby, empowering people to make sustainable choice for their daily life activities.  


Actor Shah Rukh Khan has been roped in as the brand ambassador for Godrej Magic Bodywash and will feature in a mass awareness campaign. Godrej Magic Bodywash, with its ready-to-mix format, is a solution to environmental concerns as well as challenges. 


India generates 3.5 million tonnes of plastic waste annually. Due to high water content of skin and body products, tonnes of water is shipped before production and makes the finished product heavier while it is transported. Godrej Magic Bodywash requires just 16% of the plastic in packaging and only 19% of the energy to manufacture as compared to a regular bodywash, and just 10% of the total energy required to make a soap bar. Since the gel-based sachets are small and light, more sachets can be transported in every truck, leading to 44% lesser diesel consumption resulting in 44% lower carbon emissions as compared to transporting a regular bodywash. 


From a consumer perspective, they prefer upgrading to a bodywash from a soap, but steep prices pose as the biggest barrier. Godrej Magic Bodywash is available in a single gel sachet and in a combi-pack comprising a bottle and gel sachet. The sachet is priced at INR 45 while the combi pack (bottle + gel sachet) is for INR 65. This product is as affordable as a soap. This product come in two variants - Lavender and Honey Jasmine. 



Commenting on this launch, Sudhir Sitapati, Managing Director and CEO, Godrej Consumer Products Ltd (GCPL), said, “Sustainability is core to our strategy. In doing so, we are committed to make amazing quality products at accessible price points. Our Magic powder-to-liquid handwash introduced in 2018 is a great example of how we have reduced plastic, water usage, and transportation costs. With the new Godrej Magic Bodywash at just INR 45, we are offering consumers bodywash as reasonable as a soap. All this while ensuring it is pocket-friendly and friendly for mother earth. We are pleased to announce Shah Rukh Khan as the face of Godrej Magic Bodywash. We roped in a celebrity for this product to ensure we create awareness around plastic, carbon footprint and upgrade bathing experience of soap users.” 


He further added, “I believe that Godrej Magic and other pioneering environmental innovations coming out of India with a green discount and not a green premium are the future. We are pledging INR 100 crore to be spent over the next 3 years towards mass awareness initiatives endorsing the message of environment-conscious lifestyle along with social initiatives.” 


Commenting on his appointment as brand ambassador of the bodywash, actor Shah Rukh 

Khan, said “It’s an innovative product designed intelligently to support an environmentconscious lifestyle and is almost magic! It is a simple and an effective idea that will help reduce plastic wastage and energy consumption. I am proud to endorse it and feel sustainability is a life choice and anyone can adopt it in the smallest of ways”. 


Godrej Magic Bodywash infused with delightful fragrances of Lavender and Honey Jasmine, rejuvenates skin and body to keep you fresh all day long. Add water to the bottle, pour the gel in it and shake for vigorously for 1-2min. From a single gel sachet, it can make 200 ml of Godrej Magic Bodywash.  


Godrej Magic, from the house of GCPL, is a ready-to-mix brand. In 2018, under the ‘Magic’ portfolio, India’s first powder-to-liquid handwash - Godrej Magic Handwash was launched. Expanding the range, Godrej Magic Bodywash, is the second addition to the Magic range. 

Along with building the ready-to-mix category, this launch reiterates GCPL’s commitment towards sustainability and inspiring consumers to opt for planet-friendly products. 



About Godrej Consumer Products Ltd: 


Godrej Consumer Products is a leading emerging markets company. As part of the 125-year-young Godrej Group, we are fortunate to have a proud legacy built on the strong values of trust, integrity, and respect for others. At the same time, we are growing fast and have exciting, ambitious aspirations. 


Today, our Group enjoys the patronage of 1.15 billion consumers globally, across different businesses. GCPL ranks among the largest Household Insecticides, Air Care and Hair Care players in emerging markets of India, Indonesia, and Africa. In Household Insecticides, we are the leader in India, the second largest player in Indonesia, and are expanding our footprint in Africa. We are at the forefront of serving the hair care needs of women of African descent, the number one player in Hair Colour in India and Sub-Saharan Africa, and among the leading players in Latin America. We rank number two in Soaps in India and are the number one player in Air Fresheners and Wet Tissues in Indonesia. 


But for us, it is very important that besides our strong financial performance and innovative, much-loved products, we remain a good company. Approximately 23 per cent of the promoter holding in our Group is held in trusts that invest in the environment, health, and education. We are also bringing together our passion and purpose to make a difference through our 'Good & Green' approach to create a more inclusive and greener India. 


At the heart of all of this, is our talented team. We take much pride in fostering an inspiring workplace, with an agile and high-performance culture. We are also deeply committed to recognising and valuing diversity across our teams. 


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