Cetaphil launches mission for healthy skin

ACHIEVING that natural “glass skin” has been a trend lately. People, especially beauty enthusiasts, dream to achieve that kind of skin by doing various skincare routines. It’s important that people should know that skincare is not just about vanity but more for personal health.

Cetaphil, the most prescribed skin care brand by dermatologists in the Philippines, recently launched its National Healthy Skin Mission, an educational campaign that aims to educate Filipinos on how to have a healthy skin. Cetaphil, in collaboration with Watsons and SM Malls, launched the National Healthy Skin Mission in Cebu last Sept. 27 to 29 in SM City Cebu. Cetaphil put up exciting booths that were all about skincare. Mall-goers had the chance to get a 15mL bottle of the brand’s most popular product: the Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser. Skincare enthusiasts were also treated for a free skin type test to determine the type of skin that they have.

The three-day skincare mission also had skincare talks featuring celebrities. Star couple, Slater Young and Kryz Uy-Young, together with Cebuano beauty queen Gazini Ganados, shared about their skincare routines.

Kryz shared about how Cetaphil greatly helped his husband since Slater is allergic to products with fragrance. As for the beauty queen, Gazini now uses Cetaphil to take care of her skin, as she has a lot of tasks lately in preparation for her Miss Universe 2019 stint.


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