Watch Equitable Care for Skin of Color Vaseline TV Commercial Ad

Watch Equitable Care for Skin of Color Vaseline TV Commercial Ad

Information About Latest Vaseline Equitable Care for Skin of Color Featuring Regina King Advert 2020

Vaseline Equitable Care for Skin of Color commercial is the new 2020 TV commercial ad of Vaseline. Vaseline try to promote their products through Regina King Vaseline Equitable Care for Skin of Color TV advertisement.

To her “beautiful black baby,” a pregnant future mother dictates a letter in which she details the history of violence against their black skin, but says that this moment is a reckoning to change the story. While this has been a 400-year journey and the scars don’t fade, Vaseline says that hope doesn’t fade, either. People are encouraged to go online and see how Vaseline is working towards equity in skincare.

Actor/Actress in Vaseline Equitable Care for Skin of Color Advert 2020

Actor/actress in Vaseline commercial Equitable Care for Skin of Color are below:

Regina King – Voice Over

Song in Vaseline Equitable Care for Skin of Color Featuring Regina King Commercial 2020

Song in Regina King Vaseline Commercial Equitable Care for Skin of Color. Sorry no information about who sing the song that used in Vaseline TV commercial Equitable Care for Skin of Color. No information which song is used in the Vaseline Equitable Care for Skin of Color Featuring Regina King TV commercial ad 2020

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Brenda

    Why would Vaseline put a commercial like this out now? Oh, I know, business is down & this would be a good way to get the great, but former, best seller’s name in the news. What’s next, Vaseline backed protests? Bad move Vaseline!

    1. Teresa

      I agree…completely ridiculous!

  2. Jack Ritter

    Yes, what the heck were they thinking? Divisive and racist overtones!

    1. Teresa

      Very divisive…BLM on the stomach was a bit much…I didn’t know there was a problem with moisturizers being an inequity.

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