Look like a model

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By Mark Vargas

Mwah!

Wednesday, July 2, 2014


ONE lazy afternoon, I thought of going to the Psalmstre Office at Metrodome along Araneta Street in Bacolod.

I was met by my good friend, Michelle Montano and Julie Poblador, who manage the Psalmstre Bacolod Office.

I had a conversation with Michelle about my using of one of their newest soap products for male, the New Placenta Skin Whitening and Anti-Aging in 1 for men.

I told her that I liked it very much because it has very good effects on my face and she said she was glad to hear that.

In the middle of our conversation, I suggested to her if we can test the Olive-C soap on my two models, where they would use the said beauty soap for two weeks and we will see the effects. Since my column doesn't deal with fashion alone, I added it with beauty. I am excited to write about this for the first time.

After Michelle showed me the photos of the recently concluded Mr. and Miss Olive-C national pageant in Manila, I got a chance to see the packaging of the said beauty soap.

According to Michelle, Olive-C soap understands what teenagers need. Free from oily skin, acne and pimples, body odor, a teenager can face the challenges of their years in a more confident manner.

She added that teenagers using Olive-C products no longer feel limited or inferior, rather lead a life that is focused on reaching their dreams.

Their other products include Olive-C Transparent Soap with Tea Tree Oil, Olive-C Family Soap, Olive-C Anti Pimple Facial Cleanser and Olive-C Skin Whitening Facial Center.

The next day I called up my two stunning models, Franchette Anne Laguda and Kerr Michael Cruz, to use the Olive-C soap for two weeks and we will have a pictorial after that.

So last Saturday, Franchette and Kerr had a pictorial and I noticed that Franchette looked prettier and Kerr looked more handsome after they used Olive-C soap.

So, teens of Bacolod, try Olive-C beauty products and you can see the difference.

Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on July 02, 2014.

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