Let’s take a break to promote a product am using with passion right now. Somehow I know that when I put on their Cleanser, Lotion and Cream, am confident that am NOT putting any harmful products on my body, most of all my face! Physiogel is gentle, hypoallergenic and highly recommended by dermatologists. The label has launched the Free in My Skin Movement to empower the modern Filipina to achieve more despite skin imperfections.
The face of the campaign is model, TV host and baker Patti Grandidge. While very alluring, she had her share of insecurity and horror stories from having to suffer dry, sensitive skin.
“We used to travel a lot when I was younger and getting exposed to different climates took a toll on my skin, making it sensitive, itchy, red and dry. But I also learned that one simple change in my skincare routine can do wonders and renew my confidence. This is when I turned to Physiogel.Unlike ordinary moisturizers I used before, Physiogel® made my skin less dry. My skin became softer, smoother and definitely healthier,” says Patti.
The Free in My Skin Movement aims to empower women to fully embrace life by freeing them from dry and sensitive skin which hinders success.The movement also aims to honor smart, strong, sensitive women who have faced their insecurities (physically and emotionally) and are now embracing and living life to the fullest.
To join the movement, think of 3 women you know, tag them in a Facebook post with the hashtag #FreeInMySkin. Keeping the chain going hopefully keeps everyone’s confidence up and make them aware of the importance of good skin care.
Physiogel® is the only skincare brand in the market equipped with the BioMimic Technology® to lock the moisture in while being free from all kinds of perfumes and preservatives.
Here are some photos from the recent Free In My Skin campaign launch at the Makati Shang-ri La –
Program host Patty-Laurel Filart…
Karima Castro, a dentist by profession and Physiogel user.
Group photo: Patty, Karima, Patti, Mica Tuan?o-Fuentes, Dr. Bernadette Arcilla (GSK Medical Dir), and Jeoffrey Yulo, GSM of Consumer Health Care, GlaxoSmithKline.