I have extremely oily skin, I have had years of blackheads and whiteheads, and if anything, I have bouts of acne more unpredictable than the weather.
And I think a lot of the girls in the Philippines also have the same problems. But some have it worse– some have eczema, some have skin asthma, and some people just have extremely sensitive skin. We go on with our lives not realizing that our skin problems have been holding us back in one way or another. For some, it can be feeling discomfort or pain that daily activities aren’t so easy to do, or for the others, bad skin can take a toll on the self-esteem.
The star of the evening is Patti Grandidge, the face of the campaign. You may know her as a model (the pretty face you see in EDSA’s billboards), TV host (of ETC’s etcetera), and an entrepreneur. I think she’s a fitting choice because she looks exactly as fresh as she is in her ads– you would kind of think that the ads must be showered with photoshop, but in her case, you know the ads have minimal to no retouching because she looks so stunning in real life.
To quantify their claims, they had these gadgets in the event. These gadgets are for measuring moisture content in the skin. In this scale, your skin is not moist enough when the reading is 40 and below.
Knowing my extremely flaky and dry hands, I already expected a low reading, as shown by the 33.2 I got before using Physiogel.