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#FreeInMySkin Movement and the new Physiogel Daily Moisture Therapy line

I cannot anymore remember how long I’ve been using Physiogel. But it has remained to be a staple in my lavatory counter for as long as I can remember. As opposed to a lot of skin care brand that I’ve used, this is the one and only product that I don’t need to have a break from. Truth be told, our skin gets immune to the beauty products we use over time. That’s just the way it is. It will be easy to spot even as one will notice that the product do not anymore deliver like it used to. That usually is a sign for me to take a break from using it, and resume in a month or so. This is necessary to keep the product working effectively on your skin. Otherwise, it essentially translates to money down the drain. With Physiogel, I can go on using this product and find that it delivers every single time. No break needed, thank you. I super love Physiogel.

Last night, I got to witness the launch of Physiogel’s #FreeInMySkin Movement. I support Physiogel in their campaign to empower Filipnas in  discovering their full potential. Although I’d have to mention that we should never place our significance in how the world will choose to label us, as confidence should always come from within. But getting the word out that a superb skin product like Physiogel actually exists can have a considerable impact on women who have to deal with dry and sensitive skin. I’d have to thank my genes that I never had to deal with sensitive skin, but I know of a handful of women who do and it’s not easy.

physiogel KV1 FA

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Physiogel Extraordinary Moisture for Extraordinary Women

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As we increase the awareness of the disease, I was encouraged a great deal with the recent event I attended where Physiogel took in three extraordinary women to be brand ambassadresses of the brand.

Michee Cadhit, Patty Balquiedra, Alya Honasan

 

Michee Cadhit, Patty Balquiedra, Alya Honasan

Aside from the obvious reasons why we need to campaign the awareness of Breast Cancer – its early detection and for women with the disease to muster up the courage towards the necessary steps for cure, getting a hold of the women who “have been there” and are “currently there,” will get the concerned women to listen up and be empowered.

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Is your skin moisturized enough?

For those who have been following this page for sometime know that I was never big on lotions and more than 1-step regimens. I am lazy like that. Last week, I had a taste of one of its repercussions, if I may call it that – a proof of having dry skin. It also did not help that I use a lot of alcohol based sanitizer several times during the day. In fact, I just had my hand sanitized moments before this moisture check.
physiogel moisture checker

A reading of 24.7 via this nifty Moisture Checker gadget at the Physiogel event I recently attended tells that my skin is not moisturized enough.

I scored “Low” (20.1-29.9) – Skin barrier needs help as moisture escapes easily. Repair is needed to prevent moisture loss and promote healthy, smoother, younger looking skin. For even better results, make sure you use a hypoallergenic soap-free cleanser.

jigsaw puzzle skin physiogel

Apparently, dry and sensitive skin is not a very uncommon problem. In fact,  one in three or 35 percent of women have dry skin but don’t realize that they do.  Women can easily get dry skin from exposure to the environment. But even if they’re not under harsh weather conditions, other factors such as stress, air conditioning, smoking, bathing in hot water and using soap can contribute to destroying the natural moisture balance of the skin, making it rougher and more sensitive. Skin may also have a dehydrated or shrunken appearance while simultaneously feeling tight and itchy.

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