Miss Universe Philippines 2019 Gazini Ganados.
On a healthy skin mission
THE PEPPER MILL - Pepper Teehankee (The Philippine Star) - October 25, 2019 - 12:00am

With its aim to educate Filipinos on achieving healthy skin, Cetaphil, together with Watsons Philippines, held a months-long campaign dubbed Cetaphil National Healthy Skin Mission 2019.

For its final stop, the first-of-its-kind campaign held a two-day event at Watsons in SM City Cebu where celebrities Kryz Uy and Slater Young, actresses Kaye Abad and Alice Dixson, entrepreneur Bea Soriano-Dee and 2019 Miss Universe Philippines Gazini Ganados graced the events.

Before Cebu, the Cetaphil road show went to SM Makati, SM Megamall, SM North EDSA, SM Lanang Premier (Davao), SM San Lazaro, SM Mall of Asia and SM Fairview.

In Cebu, celebrities talked about their skin care routines. According to experts, one may have skin that looks beautiful and glowing but the skin may not necessarily be healthy. A healthy skin looks and feels smooth. It has also been said that consistent color of the skin is a sign of good health and plump skin is also a sign that it is well hydrated.

Brand manager Francesca Sy said,  “Cetaphil’s brand purpose is to improve the lives of Filipinos through healthy skin. It is consistent with Galderma’s commitment to promoting healthy skin as part of a healthy lifestyle. We are very happy to reach our customers in Cebu via the National Healthy Skin Mission.”

Cetaphil’s main product is the Gentle Skin Cleanser, which is fragrance-free, has a pH level of 5.5, and is reportedly even gentler than water. My family has been using this gentlest cleanser for years. *

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