VLCC is widely recognized for its holistic approach with its weight management and beauty solutions. Founded by Mrs Vandana Luthra in 1989. Today, VLCC has the largest scale and breadth of operations within the beauty and wellness services industry in India and abroad. We have expanded our offerings to four main business wings, Wellness, Personal Care Products, Vanity Cube and Institute. This is the official website of VLCC Wellness.
VLCC has not just revolutionized the wellness industry with it’s holistic approach but has also acquired the status of being the Number 1 Wellness Brand across South Asia, South East Asia and the Middle East, with a presence in over 300 locations across 121 cities and 16 countries with direct company managed operations in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Malaysia, Singapore, UAE, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar and Kuwait.
- World Class Environment, State-of-the-Art Infrastructure, Latest Training Equipment, Well Qualified and Trained Faculty, Industry Relevant Curriculum and Hands-on Internships and Dedicated Placement Cell are some of the key pillars ensuring high quality Training.
Mission : To provide World Class Professionals to Beauty & Wellness Industry across the Globe
“Skill development has always been a special focus for both VLCC and me, personally. Given all the struggles and challenges I faced while starting VLCC, I made a point to encourage education and skill development. I felt it was my responsibility to empower and transform unskilled human resource, especially women, to a productive resource for self-growth and societal development. This led to the set up of VLCC Institute of Beauty & Nutrition in 2001―a time when skill development had not even acquired the attention it has today. The institute was set up to ensure that young people acquired the skills that would help them get jobs and make careers in the beauty and wellness industry. Today, with around 85+ campuses, VLCC Institute of Beauty & Nutrition is possibly the biggest chain of vocational training Institutes in this domain across Asia, where thousands of students graduate every year. It has trained over 50,000 students under ‘Skill India’ mission alone. Not only this, nearly half of women pass-outs from VLCC Institute have already become self-entrepreneurs. Given that the beauty and wellness sector is at the forefront of women empowerment, VLCC has been proactively working towards creating employment and entrepreneurship opportunities for women in what was largely an unorganized sector. From providing skills training to women constituting 95% of the total workforce ― it is my privilege to be able to contribute towards this cause through VLCC Institute and in my capacity as the chairperson of the Beauty and Wellness Sector Skill Council.