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Donny Pangilinan proud of investments at 26

Deni Rose M. Afinidad-Bernardo -

MANILA, Philippines — Actor Donny Pangilinan just reached his "level 26" (26 years old) last February 10, and at such a young age, he is proud of what he has achieved so far.

Among these achievements are his investments, which, according to the "Can't Buy Me Love" star, include real estate and business ventures.

"Well, a lot of my time is being out on the teleserye ('Can't Buy Me Love'), of course, but besides that, I have a lot of stuff going on like businesses, a lot of real estate," he shared at the sidelines of his recent Valentine fan meet organized by skincare brand QuickFX.

Nonetheless, he believes that the biggest investment one can have is investing in one's self.

"I want to learn more, maybe taking a course, traveling and investing in light moments, you know. Investing in memories that you really can't get back," he vouched.

Part of investing in one's self is taking care of one's skin, so at the event, Donny introduced new QuickFX products such as Pimple Eraser Powder Mud, a fast-acting acne treatment that dries pimples in as fast as three hours, controls oil production, and fades marks from previous breakouts. It comes in a convenient 10g sachet and retails at P109, has kaolin clay (which has antibacterial and exfoliating properties), zinc oxide (which prevents bacteria while accelerating skin healing), and calamine (which helps dry acne and minimize excessive oiliness) and is made in Thailand.

“My best advice this Valentine’s Day? Love yourself, that’s the best thing you can do. And that also means taking care of your skin. The most important thing is to be comfortable in your own skin,” Donny said as Valentine’s message for his fans. — Video by Deni Bernardo

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