Our favorite media personality, Lerato Kganyago, has already started making her mark just a week into the year. She’s absolutely glowing, if her new reel on Instagram is anything to go by. She shared a gorgeous glimpse of her ‘no makeup’ look. We’re so impressed. Look at that skin, and those amazing, thick, luxurious lashes!
Serving fluttery looks.
But it isn’t just beauty and glamor for this media personality. She’s also doing very important work for society. Lerato’s brand, Flutter, has been in the news lately. They’ve made their products available to women in Namibia. Flutter sells beautiful eyelashes under their brand. Perfect for Kings and Queens who make a statement. We wonder whether Lerato was wearing a pair of Flutter Lashes in the Reel?
Doing good work for society.
Flutter also sells sanitary pads and have recently made their products available to women in Namibia. Sold under the brand name Flutter by LKG, the radio host and DJ plans on ending ‘period poverty’ in South Africa by giving women and girls access to these sanitary pads.
In a series of inspiring tweets, she shared photos of boxes of her sanitary products being distributed in schools.
“Millions can’t afford to maintain menstrual health. We’re fortunate to be able to play a role in the eradication of period poverty in SA, one home at a time,” tweeted Lerato.
Fans responded positively, with a few asking how they can get access to these pads to distribute to young students. One person commented on how important it is for men to be a part of the efforts to normalize the topic and give help to those who need it.
She feels strongly for this cause and feels that it’s something that can be eradicated. The DJ is a breath of fresh air when compared to many celebrities who don’t use their platform to improve society. It would be a huge step in the right direction if we all took steps to help eradicate something as debilitating as this. Lack of access to sanitary pads is one of the worst issues a young girl can face.
This isn’t the first time Lerato is using her money and fame to make a social impact. In the past, she had shared her personal experience of suffering from anxiety. Her social media soon became a platform for her fans to share their experiences with the disease. We admire how this powerful woman empowers people to talk about difficult topics.
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