Physiogel "Free In My Skin" Campaign with Patti Grandidge
Same products that we all loved, a different and more powerful campaign. Physiogel®, the number-one most prescribed moisturizer by dermatologists, empowers every Filipina to fully participate in life with the launch of the Free In My Skin Movement held at the Shangri-La Hotel in Makati last September 9.
At the launch, we were able to test the moisture level of our skin without then with the use of Physiogel. The product is free from perfumes, preservatives or colorants, and provides instant moisturizing results:
The Free In My Skin Movement embodied by model, TV host and entrepreneur Patti Grandidge, seeks to bring together and honor women who overcame their insecurities and became the best version of themselves.
“It’s amazing how one simple change in my skincare has renewed my confidence,” she enthused. “One of the best feelings is when you feel confident, and have control of your life, like I can do anything! And with Physiogel, I am Free In My skin to do just about anything.”
Karima Tengco-Castro, Mica Tuaño-Fuentes, Patti Grandidge, and Patty Laurel-Filart:
This movement aims to empower and honor smart, strong, sensitive women who have faced their insecurities (physically and emotionally) and are now embracing and living life to the fullest.
Dr. Bernadette Arcilla also explained that Physiogel is the only skincare product that has the patented advanced Physiogel BioMimic Technology® that works naturally with our skin to make it less sensitive and dry. Like a jigsaw puzzle, your skin's natural lipid layers form a matrix, helping to lock the moisture within.
We ended the event by sharing our own list of women that we honor for being smart, strong and sensitive. I wrote my mom and both my lolas. :)
Justin Lladoc, Maita Monsalud, Gikki Martija, Patti Grandidge, Patty Laurel, and Jeoffrey Yulo:
Patty Laurel-Filart, Karima Tengco-Castro, Patti Grandidge, Mica Tuaño-Fuentes, Dr. Bernadette Arcilla (GSK Medical Dir), Jeoffrey Yulo:
“The Free in My Skin movement is not just about creating a nurturing community of smart, strong and sensitive women, but is also as a way of honoring these women who didn’t let their dry-skin insecurities prevent them from being the best versions of themselves,” says General Manager of GSK Consumer Healthcare, Mr. Jeoffrey Yulo.