CETAPHIL, the most prescribed skin care brand by dermatologists in the Philippines recently launched National Healthy Skin Mission, an educational campaign that aims to educate Filipinos on how to achieve healthy skin.
Healthy skin looks and feels smooth. The key word is consistent. It does not have to be as smooth as glass. Consistent skin color is also a sign of good health. Plump skin is also a sign that it is well hydrated.
“National Healthy Skin Mission is an effort initiated by Cetaphil in partnership with Watsons. As Cetaphil’s brand purpose is to improve lives of Filipino’s through healthy skin. It is consistent with Galderma’s commitment to promoting healthy skin as part of a healthy lifestyle. To be completely
healthy, you also need healthy skin,” said Cetaphil Brand Manager, Francesca Sy.
“We are very happy to be partnering with Galderma and Cetaphil for National Healthy Skin Mission.
At Watsons, we believe that you can look good, feel great by being healthy inside and out,” said Watson’s Category Manager, Aimee Pernia.
As part of the National Healthy Skin Mission, Cetaphil imparts that there are different skin types. A complicated skin care routine is not the key to healthy skin. What is important is to come up with a skin care routine that is geared toward your skin type and skin issues.
Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser is the most iconic product of Cetaphil. It is fragrance-free, has a pH level of 5.5 and is even gentler than water. It is the gentlest cleanser you can use on your skin, whatever your skin type and concern.
The Cetaphil routine is simple but effective and includes three steps: Cleanse, moisturize and protect.
Cetaphil is launching a roadshow to different parts of the Philippines so Filipinos could try out the products for themselves.