Boho Beauty Foundation is the first of its kind to offer wellness programs for wealthy and influential people, the company announced on Tuesday.
The foundation will provide support to celebrities who want to live more healthy and happy lives by offering access to wellness services, the products and the tools to do so.
“This is a first for the Boho Community,” said Kimi Kim, CEO of Boho.
“It’s the first time anyone has taken a business model based on wealth, and created an entire foundation for the community.
We are thrilled to be a part of the BHO community.”
Boho Beauty is launching the foundation with the backing of Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, and is partnering with celebrity chef Paul McCartney.
In January, the foundation announced it had raised $1.6 million to help create the first-ever wellness program.
Boho, founded in 2012 by Kimi and Paul Kim, was launched as an online community that was inspired by Kimo Ako, the former model and actress best known for her role in the cult Japanese anime series Fullmetal Alchemist.
The two co-founded the BHBeauty Foundation to promote health and wellness among Bollywood celebrities.
The foundation is aiming to offer the same wellness benefits as those offered by other wellness programs offered by BH Beauty, such as yoga, yoga classes, acupuncture, massage, and nutritional supplements.
“We want to build the foundation for a better Bollywood, to empower Bollywood women to live a healthier life and help them reach their dreams,” Kimi said in a statement.BHBeautys program will include wellness programs in the following areas:●Healthy living: Kimi, Paul and the BHI team are working with the Bollywood government and other celebrities to create a comprehensive wellness program that includes wellness supplements, nutritional supplements, acupuncture and massage treatments.
They plan to share information about their programs with Bollywood fans and social media users in the coming weeks.●Balancing: The BHbeauty Foundation plans to provide Bollywood’s top celebrities with personalized support.
This will be done through social media, email, phone calls, videos, videos and more.
BH beauty’s plan will include a wellness forum where celebrities can ask questions, share advice and share ideas.●Boho wellness programs will be launched in select cities, including Mumbai, New Delhi, Seoul, Jakarta, Beijing, Dubai, Tokyo, and Abu Dhabi.
They will be delivered in the U.S. and Europe.BHI will partner with BH Beautys to launch the wellness program in five cities, namely Mumbai, Delhi, Dubai and Seoul.
The first cities will be Mumbai, Mumbai, Dubai.
Bollywood celebrities are known for their philanthropy and social responsibility.
They have donated to charities and organizations like UNICEF and CARE International, and they have taken part in philanthropic events including the “Sanaa Hai Hai” campaign to raise funds for the victims of the 2015 Mumbai terror attacks.
The BHI Beauty Foundation also plans to partner with a number of other celebrities, including Bollywood actors, actors, singers, and even a former President of India, Sushma Swaraj, who is the Bhaadu Jain of Bollywood.BHA Beauty Foundation’s CEO and Founder, Kimi K, will continue to lead the company in the lead-up to launching the wellness programs, according to a statement from the foundation.BHEB’s founder, Kim K, is an actress, songwriter and entrepreneur.
She was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for an Actress in a Leading Role in her film, Beauty & The Beast.
Kimi K is a multi-talented writer who has penned several popular songs, including “Luv” by G-Dragon, “Mangala” by Sushmita Bhatt, and “Boho” by BHI.
She also wrote and performed the hit song “Mango” for the movie Bollywood Movie Awards, as well as the song “Aah Ki Baat Bheera” for Bhaalus film, among others.
She is the creator and executive producer of the popular BHA Beauty brand of cosmetics and fragrance products.BHO Beauty Foundation has been running for the past two years, with a goal of providing 100,000 free wellness services to celebrities in India.
It has helped celebrities including Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Sangeeta Thakur, and Anil Kapoor get wellness programs.
Bohina, a popular Indian restaurant chain, has been helping celebrities live healthier lives through its wellness programs since 2009.
In 2014, it launched the “Bohinia Challenge,” which gives the first $10,000 of a celebrity’s wealth to a wellness organization.