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Join First Time Moms PH and score 15% off discount at Kidscompany.com.ph

February 19, 2020

Hiya, mommies!

I'm back with another good news! Join my growing community of moms at First Time Moms PH with over 19,000 active mom members and score 15% off discount when you shop at www.kidscompany.com.ph!

How to get a coupon code:
  1. Join First Time Moms PH - https://www.facebook.com/groups/firsttimemomsph
  2. View the Announcements Tab and look for the poster similar to the photo above.
  3. Send a message to the Admins to claim your FREE 15% coupon code for www.kidscompany.com.ph
The 15% off coupon code is only valid for regular priced items.


Xoxo,
Rookie Mommy PH - Happy Shopping!


TIPS: Teaching young kids how to start writing

February 10, 2020

Hiya, rookie mommas!

We are finally at this stage! Ang bilis nga naan talaga ng panahon. 

Me and Arya have been very busy learning and practicing our handwriting skills. I have been preparing her for her future assessments in Preschool for this year, 2020.

So far, we have been practicing everyday, and I have come up with a few tips to help her improve her handwriting skills and I would love to share them with you!

Tip #1
Don't force your little ones to write if they don't want to. Often times, me and Arya get to a lot of argument because she easily gets bored and I always forget not to push her because it will be a negative experience for her and we don't want that to happen. Kids should enjoy and make handwriting a fun experience so if we stress them out they might end up not writing because they will associate a bad experience to the activity being done.

Tip #2 - If your little ones expresses an interest in writing,
The best place to start is by giving them big - or chunky crayons and papers to use. Let them draw and doodle whatever they want since this will also serve as their practice.

Tip #3 - you may want to strengthen and build more muscles into their little hands
There are a lot of hand exercises that your child can do to improve their grips as well as hand coordination. Like, playing with play dough, or kinetic sand, as well as using thongs to pick-up little things and move them aside.



Tip #4 - if your little ones starts makings rounds and lines,
Then the best path to do now is to start them with pre-writing exercises. There is a proper order on how a child should learn how to draw or write letters and numbers. They might not be able to learn how to write their names immediately without mastering how lines and curves are done first. We usually start with circles and straight lines.


Tip #5 - Once your littles ones can keep up with the activities,
Stick to the routine. Make time and do it everyday. It doesn't have to be an hour or more of handwriting but do it mostly on when the child is interested and relaxed - also not distracted - turn off the TV/radio and avoid using gadgets while both of you are doing the activities

Tip #6 - Reward system,
This is something that works for me and Arya. She loves watching Netflix cartoons and playing Roblux on my phone. So, I make it to a point that she cannot do any of those things if she will not finish 1 - 2 worksheets. It's effective for us because I'm able to set up a boundary that she already understands that she can only play and watch after doing her homework. Of course, this may not work for everyone.



Tip #7 - Once you got the routine all set up,
It's time to be more creative with your worksheets! I Googled some customised worksheets and have asked my sister to print them out for me because I don't have a printer at home and having 100+ pages be printed in malls or computer shops will be very expensive.

Here are the websites that I used to customised Arya's worksheets:



Tip #8 - helping them with the grip
One thing I found very helpful was the pencil grips that I bought from Shopee. Arya's pencil grip is not yet strong and she has her own way of handling a pencil but it's also the best time to correct that since it is still developing. So, I got these pencil grips for only P29.000 (for the 4 pcs) and P49.00 (for the 2 finger pencil grip). Click here and here to buy.


Tip #9 - make things colorful.
Writing with pencils is not as fun as writing with colored pens. BUT getting used to writing with pencils is your priority to teach them before moving into colored pens or gel pens because they need to get used to the feeling of how writing with led pens on a paper feels like versus using pens. I bought these for P29.00 from Shopee. Click here to buy.


Tip #10 - Don't set high goals and expectations on your child.
One thing I learned about this on-going journey is that, one day they are very very good with drawing lines and curves, and then the next day they don't know what to do. And for us moms, that can be very frustrating. It takes a lot of time, practice, hard work, and patience from both the parent and the child to be successful on their handwriting journey.



Xoxo,
Rookie Mommy PH - Good luck and I hope I was able to help you out!





Cleaning the house and fighting Coronavirus with Lysol Disinfectant Spray

January 31, 2020

Hiya, mommas!

You'll probably heard about a certain type of Lysol all over the internet that can disinfect the house and kill causing germs like the feared "human coronavirus".

Me and my daughter recently went to a nearby and local grocery at Robinsons Supermarket and found ourselves looking at the shelf for Lysol. I carefully looked at the variants and have only seen the label "human coronavirus" at the back of the packaging for this variant - "For Baby's Room" The stock was low - only 3 pcs cans at that time so I immediately grabbed a can for our home.



Compared to the other Lysol variant, this can is priced higher at P414.00/can while the other variants that I saw without the specific "human coronavirus" is priced below P400.00. We don't really use Lysol around the house as I've always used 70% alcohol to mop and clean the floor, door knobs, light switch, etc. So I'm not familiar with other Lysol products or variants. There was only 4 variants at the shelf and none of them has the back label same as this one so I can't really recommend another or cheaper variant.

On the back of the can, the label says that we can use it for:
  • Kitchen
    • Sinks
    • Garbage Cans
  • Bathroom
    • Bathtubs
    • Showers
  • Home
    • Door Knobs
    • Diaper Pails
  • Soft Surfaces
    • Mattresses
    • Sofas
Remember that this products doesn't claim that it can 100% eliminate the virus and germs but only the following:
  • Helps fight the spread of germs
  • Kills cold and flu virusest
  • Kills 99.9% of Staphylococcus aureus and Klebsiella pneumoniae in 20 seconds on soft surface.
  • Kills odor-causing bacteria
  • Sanitizes household surfaces in 10 seconds
Direction For Use:

To Deodorize:
  • Spray on surface as needed.
To Sanitize:
  • Surfaces must be wet for 10 seconds then allow it to air dry.
To Disinfect:
  • Surface must remain wet for 3 minutes then allow to air dry.
if in case you cannot find this specific can or if the grocery near you runs out, I've checked Lysol in Lazada's LazMall and they still have it and at a much cheaper price it you buy in bulk:




UPDATE: 
LOOK FOR THE LYSOL CAN WITH "KILLS OVER 100 ILLNESS CAUSING GERMS" INSTEAD OF THE "KILLS E.COLI AND SALMONELLA" FOR BABY'S ROOM VARIANT AS THERE ARE DIFFERENT PACKAGINGS OF THE SAME VARIANT.


If you're looking for other ways to disinfect and clean the house, I also found out that the Zonrox has Coronavirus fighting properties as well. This is the post of my fellow blogger friend about it:




The most important part to remember is to always clean you hands. *wink

Xoxo,
Rookie Mommy PH - time to do some cleaning!





Don't Miss Baby Company's Grand Baby Fair Year 10!

January 30, 2020

Oh, how I miss attending baby fairs!

Don't miss this year's Baby Company's Grand Baby Fair Year 10! The country's biggest baby fair is happening on January 31 - February 2, 2020 at the Megatrade Halls 1, 2 and 3

Score awesome deals and discount from your fave baby brands and get a chance to take home the FREE WOW bag (formerly called the Swag Bag) for a P6,000 worth of purchase per single receipt.

Check out their Facebook page for more updates here.

[PR] Four Common Urinary Health Issues Among Mature Adults

January 29, 2020


The kidneys are two bean-shaped size organs located below the rib cage behind the belly that filters the blood and removes wastes and excess fluids from the body in the form of urine. The bladder, located in the pelvis, stores the urine before it signals the brain that the person is ready to empty it. A healthy bladder can hold up to 16 ounces of urine for two to five hours.

As we age, our urinary functions may change. The kidney’s filtering capacity, as well as the bladder’s storage capacity may decrease. Bladder muscles may also weaken. Blockage of the urethra, the tube where the urine passes through during urination may also  occur. 

These may result in kidney and bladder problems, and here are the four common types you should know:

Urinary incontinence – The loss or decreased ability to hold urine caused by weakened urethral sphincter, the muscles used to control the exit of the urine. It affects twice as many women than men. Two of its most common types are stress incontinence wherein coughing, sneezing, or laughing can cause urine leak and the other one is urge incontinence or the strong desire to urinate that cannot be postponed.

Urinary retention – The inability to completely empty the bladder, there are two general types of urinary retention: obstructive and non-obstructive. Obstructions like kidney stones and enlarged prostate block the urine from flowing freely. Weak bladder muscle and nerve problems cause non-obstructive retention that gets in the way between brain signals and bladder. If the nerves are not working properly, the brain fails to receive the message that the bladder is full. Some of the common causes of non-obstructive urinary retention are stroke, vaginal birth, pelvic injury, impaired muscle due to medication, and brain or spinal accidents.

Urinary tract infection or UTI – This is an infection in any part of the urinary system: kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Most of the infections are found in the lower urinary tract, the bladder, and the urethra. While men are also at risk, women are more prone to UTI because women have a shorter urethra than men which allows bacteria to reach their bladder quicker than men’s. Blockages in the urinary tract caused by kidney stones or enlarged prostate retain urine in the bladder that heightens the risk of UTI.

Chronic kidney disease – This means that the kidneys are damaged categorized as mild, moderate, severe, and end-stage. Hypertension and diabetes mellitus are the most common causes of kidney disease. 



While these conditions cause discomfort, embarrassment, and long-term health problems, the good news is it can be managed. Phil.-US Dietitian-nutritionist Cheshire Que shares these four tactics that bear repeating because when it comes to healthy habits, we always go back to the basics:

Be Physically Active – Sitting is the new smoking. Lack of exercise can render the pelvic floor muscles incompetent which leads to urinary incontinence. You may try various pelvic floor exercises to strengthen your muscles that support pelvic organs such as bladder and bowel.

Keep Hydrated - The sense of thirst diminishes as we age. Do not wait until your throat is parched. Regularly take sips of water throughout the day. A good 8 glasses are adequate in a day. Add more if the weather is hot as well as before, during, and after exercise.

Clean Correctly - For females, wash and wipe your private parts from front to back to prevent UTI. Men must also regularly wash. Both must always wear clean and dry underwear preferably made of cotton material.

Watch What You Eat - Salty and spicy foods must be avoided especially of those who suffer from urinary incontinence and UTI. Adequate intake of lean high biological value protein from must be observed when dealing with Chronic Kidney Disease. It is not just the amount of protein that needs to be considered but more importantly, the quality. Proteins from animal sources such as meat, poultry, fish, eggs, and yogurt have a higher biological value than those from plant sources like plants, legumes, grains, nuts, seeds, and vegetables.


Incontinence, while not life-threatening, has the potential to negatively impact lives. In addition to a healthcare professional’s guidance and advice, you also need the right pad. So Sure Bladder Leakage Pad is your partner, a brand you can trust to provide you your much needed protection against discomfort and embarrassment brought about by leaky bladders. It is made of high quality super absorbent cotton that keeps the sensitive area dry, keeping bacteria and infection at bay. Unlike your regular menstrual pad, So Sure has a blue acquisition layer that quickly absorbs a heavy amount of urine. It guides it through the inner layers of the pad, making sure there are zero leaks and overflow! 

Unisex and available in two sizes, 340 mm is for light drips or spurts while the 450 mm for burst or surges. Buy now at all Watsons, Mercury Drug, Waltermart, selected Robinson Department Store health & beauty section nationwide for only P204 (340 mm) and P294 (450 mm). Each pack contains two pieces or 24 pieces per box. To know more, visit www.sosurepads.ph and like/follow at @sosurepadsph on Facebook and Instagram. For a hassle-free shopping with delivery straight to your doorstep, shop now at www.lazada.com.ph. For inquiries, email: info@sosurepads.ph or call (02) 4701294.


[PR] 6 Reasons Why You Should Switch to Jeunesse Anion


Menstruation is a fundamental function of our reproductive system. A reproductive system that is well taken care of leads to a fit sexual and reproductive condition. It keeps us away from diseases such as reproductive and urinary tract infections and bacterial vaginosis. Menstrual health practices that contribute to infections include poor personal hygiene and the use of a low-quality sanitary pad. 

It is our right to be able to manage our menstrual health with adequate knowledge and safety. And part of it is to be able to choose a superior pad we can entrust our sexual and reproductive health with. Jeunesse makes a variety of anion pads available for any situation, whether night or day, or light or heavy, for a hassle-free monthly period. And here are a multitude of reasons why you should pick Jeunesse Anion Pads:

  1. Extra Boost of Softness – Jeunesse Anion Pads are made of super soft virgin pulp and non-recycled cotton material that guarantee an extra boost of softness. It is free from the plastic top that makes chafe and rashes into nonexistence. It is also dirt-free and sterilized which is a huge plus! 

  1.  Non-Toxic – It is free from synthetic materials rayon and polyester, as well as potent chemicals such as fragrances, chloromethane, chloroethane, chloroform, acetone, and toxic industrial adhesives. While perfume might smell nice, they are more dangerous than you think. We don’t want any of them near our privates. 

  1. Breathable – Plastic suffocates your pad. Jeunesse cares about your health by creating a pad that can breathe. You know well that bacteria multiply more rapidly in an environment that has less oxygen. Jeunesse pads allow maximum airflow that takes away that icky, wet feeling. Air permeability eliminates unpleasant odor too. 

  1. Thin but Highly Absorbent – It turns liquid into gel to ensure that no leakage and stains occur even at full capacity. This brand simply does not disappoint because for Jeunesse, thin means superior liquid retention anytime of the day. 

  1. Built-in with Anion Strip – Its special anion chip releases negative ions once it contacts with moisture. This negative ions’ interaction with bacteria and fungi, whose job is to release the pungent smell and cause rashes, effectively weakens and destroys them. Stinky odor will never be an issue for you because anion is a natural deodorizer. Negative ions also attach themselves to bacteria in large numbers, making it too heavy to be transported by air.

  1. Resealable Packaging – Its packaging is one of its kind. It is made of resealable aluminum foil for double protection from contamination. And added to that, it is resealable. 

There you have it. The reasons why you will love Jeunesse Anion Pads. What makes it perfect is it starts with high-quality materials. It is comfortable and most importantly, it is safe. Jeunesse is a brand that cares about our menstrual health not only during the time of the month and it’s in it for the long haul!
Available in five variants – ultra‐day pad, day pad non-‐wing, ultra-night pad, all-night, and panty liner. Each packed as a canvass of comfort and freshness for a hassle-free monthly period. You can find them at Watsons, selected Mercury Drug and South Star Drug outlets, SM department store’s health and beauty section, Robinson’s Supermarket and selected department stores, Shopwise, Rustan’s Supermarket, Waltermart, Landmark Department Store, PCX stores, selected Metro Gaisano outlets, plus other selected stores in Visayas and Mindanao. For more health tips, visit www.jeunesseanion.com and follow Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram: Jeunesse Anion. For inquiries, email: wellgoldinternational@gmail.com or call (02) 4701294.


Start working from home this 2020! *Available Home-based Jobs at Cyberbacker*

January 16, 2020

Hey, you all! HAPPY 2020!
Okay, I know I am late with the New Year's Greeting but it's still JANUARY!

How are you guys doing?!
2019 has been by far the most challenging and rewarding year for me and my family. It has been a roller coaster and we are down and ready for more this year.

Let me start by, of course, thank you guys who have been reading my blog, following me on social media and of course, all the loving members of our First Time Moms PH Facebook group. We are growing everyday and we are stronger with almost 19,000 members! Whoooo!

I want to start the year just by being positive, with can-do attitude as well as to bring and share the good news to you all.

I'll be turning 2 years by April this year with Cyberbacker and I have been just blessed with this company. I have been working from home for 4 years now and I've been with Cyberbacker the longest by far.

So, here I am sharing with you the wonderful good news that YES - YOU CAN START WORKING FROM HOME TOO! With the right equipments, hard work, and attitude, I'm confident that you can, like me, have a career, be financially stable, while working within the comfort of your home.

This is not the first time that I've blog about Cyberbacker as well as the job availability that we have. There's just a ton and I just want to keep this short, so if you want to read about my work from home journey as well as some tips how to get hired, and some frequently asked questions, do hit the search bar up top of my blog's home page and just type "Cyberbacker" or "Work from home", hit enter and it should show you the past blogs that I have done.

Drum roll please.....


Here are the current available work from home jobs that we currently have. For the specific job descriptions, please visit www.cyberbacker.ph/careers to read more about them.

I'll also be sharing the basic requirement as well as the recommended machines that you need to have so you can qualify. (Take note, these are strictly required once you get hired. It's okay to proceed with the initial and final interviews with machines lower than the recommended but IF you get hired - our recruitment team will re-check your tech again.)

 Basic Requirements:

  • Good command of English language
  • At least 60 WPM (You can still apply even if you don't have the 60WPM. You do have to pass our exams and interviews to get hired)
  • Must be 18 years of age and up.
Computer Requirements: 
CPU / Processor Dual core processor 1Ghz or above, Intel Core i3 / i5 / i7 or AMD equivalent is highly required 
RAM At least 4GB of RAM (8 GB is recommended) with 60GB free hard disk space available 

Headset and Web camera: 
A headset with noise-cancelling feature & a high definition webcam 

Internet Connection: 
5 Mbps and up wired DSL Internet connection (USB sticks, signal-based & wireless connections are not allowed)

A LOT has been asking me about the salary/benefit packages. Of course, these are the things we cannot discuss on Facebook or publish publicly since offers differ from person to person but we are at least allowed to share that there is the potential salary of $400 - $800/month - and this is subject to employee performance and result.

ALSO, some reminders,

- We do not require a BPO or call center experience or background (It's a plus but not a requirement.)
- VA or Virtual Assistant or prior Home-based job experience is also NOT required.
- Anyone can literally apply as long as you are 18 years old and above.
- We provide FREE trainings to hired employees
- Undergraduates are very much welcome to apply.
- We have part time jobs opening but we are strictly not accepting those with other work commitments or sidelines because we want our employees to be 101% dedicated to their tasks and loyalty to their clients.
- These are mostly GRAVEYARD shifts.
- Tasks are a mix of voice and non voice.
- If you choose to schedule your Initial Interview, it could take a while since we receive tons of applicants. I suggest that you save the Zoom link given on the application form so you can go back and have your Initial Interview whenever you are free - Our On-Demand Interview is open 24 hours. We cannot guarantee your waiting time on the interview link since there are people ahead of you so you just need to wait before the interviewer can accommodate you.

Jan 20, 2020 UPDATE:

We are hiring Part time for the position below:




Feb 13, 2020 UPDATE: NEW JOBS




APPLYING SOON?!

USE MY NAME AS YOUR REFERRAL! 
Just type "JOARRA SOLIS" on the application form to use my name as your referral.
Don't worry, I don't earn extra if you use my name. *wink 
What I get is more traffic on my blog thanks to you!

There you go! I hope that I was able to help you out. If you have other questions, you can just comment below, or just go and visit Cyberbacker's Official Facebook Page and I'll be answering your questions from there.

PS: This blog post will be updated continuously! 


Xoxo,
Rookie Mommy PH - Hope you get hired + Good luck this year! Hugs!



The Silent Language of Mental Illness: Unmasking the Truth About Mental Health

November 16, 2019


Wellgold International Inc. executives, NCMH executives, and nurses w/ YOLO by Renzo Suntay founder Sheila Suntay, PHIL-US registered dietitian-nutritionist Cheshire Que, Campus Victory Greenhills campus director, and pastor Dave Estrera with volunteers at the National Center for Mental Health 

As a brand that truly believes in holistic wellness, Jeunesse Anion shares its advocacy of body, soul, and spirit health. Being physically well while struggling with emotional aches, low self-esteem, anxiety, and unexplainable feeling of a gap inside all affect a person’s well-being. Humanity is both physical and spiritual and this is what separates humans from non-humans.

In support of World Mental Health Day on October 10, Jeunesse Anion digs deeper into how this invisible illness will encourage a culture of change beginning with the right mindset and knowledge on mental health.



Next-Gen coach, Victory Greenhills campus director and pastor Dave Estrera while giving his talk to the attendees

While both genders are prone to a mental condition, a study at Oxford University discovered that women are 40 percent more likely to develop mental illness than men. Physiological and biological factors are contributory to mental health problems among women. Dramatic hormonal changes during puberty, pre-menstruation, pregnancy, post-pregnancy, premenopause, and menopause cause a roller coaster of emotions. Women find themselves angry, sad, irritable and experiencing crying spells during these times. While these are normal and short-lived for some, others have severe symptoms that disturb their personal lives and relationships.

The Philippine data on mental health shows that there are 3.3 million Filipinos who suffer from a depressive disorder and 3.1 million are afflicted by anxiety disorders. Of high school students 13 to 15 years of age, 17 percent attempted suicide at least once, 12 percent seriously considered taking their lives, and 11 percent have made plans on how they would commit suicide. Given the numbers, the country has only 60 psychiatric health care facilities and only two mental health workers for every 100,000 population.


YOLO by Renzo Suntay founder Sheila Suntay



YOLO by Renzo Suntay founder Sheila Suntay delivering her speech to National Center for Mental Health patients 

UNDERSTANDING SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE SPIRIT

Victory Greenhills campus missionary and pastor Dave Estrera said, “In my observation among students, social media primarily affects us in three ways: perception, socialization, and rest. Whether we like it or not, social media has adverse effects on the way we view ourselves because there’s always the temptation to compare. Secondly, it affects the way we socialize, we have the option to project ourselves the way we want to be seen-- being connected yet alone is not helpful in someone going through a hard time.”

As the second country with the largest social media consumption worldwide, it’s not also surprising that restlessness is prevalent and quality sleep is almost unknown. “In my survey among students, 80 percent admitted they have slept less than 5 hours. Now that we have the option to look at something that interests us, our body is restricted to recharge and recover,” Estrera added.

The spiritual aspect is something that we can never neglect either. “It starts with a mindset that God wants peace for us. Through the power of God, we can strengthen our grit and grow in hope. If peace is what God promises, then we can fight and claim it for our lives. When we see that He’s for us, then it gives us the will to keep fighting. We need to see that He providentially uses everything around us (medicine, psychology, medical advancement, support structure, a person’s spirit, and prayers.),” he concludes.


DIET, NUTRITION, AND EXERCISE


Phil.-US registered dietitian-nutritionist Cheshire Que believes that diet, nutrition, exercise, and mental illness are all connected. “Food fuels the brain for it to function optimally. Poor nutrition causes nutrient deficiencies that affect hormonal imbalance and many other factors that influence mood, thought process, and other functions of the brain,” said Que.


Several studies have been said about the gut and brain connection, so understanding how they’re synergistically connected will change the way we view the gut as the body’s second brain. “When a person is diagnosed with a mental condition, one of the first steps to bring back the balance in the body is by applying these 3 Rs of gut-healing: Remove triggers in the form of gluten, dairy, refined sugar, and soy; Repair with fresh produce, functional foods, and supplementations; Lastly, reinoculate probiotics and feed the gut with prebiotics such as honey.”

Chemical messengers serotonin and dopamine affect similar aspects of your health. Dopamine is the chemical that the body releases when we encounter pleasurable experiences from hobbies, eating a favorite meal, to sex. Meanwhile, serotonin which is the body’s anxiety buster is being produced through sunlight, exercise, and eating foods rich in tryptophan. Both chemicals spur the body’s happy hormones.

Understanding that food not only significantly impacts mood along with exercise while making time for the things that keep a person’s sanity in check, will also impact a person’s energy level and countenance.



RJ 100.3 FM DJ & host Jamie Fournier, PHIL-US Registered dietitian-nutritionist Cheshire Que, YOLO by Renzo founder Sheila Suntay, Wellgold International Inc., marketing head MJ San Agustin, Jeunesse Anion brand ambassador Ivanna Pacis w/ Next-Gen coach, Victory Greenhills campus director and pastor Dave Estrera.

LIVING WITH GRIEF IN HER HEART

The Suntay family is a living proof that it’s a disease that knows no age, gender, social class, religion, or background and perspective. “Our family was far from perfect but I’ve always thought that it was a fairy-tale kind of life,” said mompreneur Sheila.

However, 2018 proved to be the most tragic year for the Suntays when Renzo, the eldest son among the brood of 5, took his own life because of depression. She admitted that it was a disease she knew nothing about and that it was a situation that they didn’t see coming. The experience was the turning point for the family, which gave birth to YOLO by Renzo Suntay, a non-profit organization that aims to be the voice for those who are suffering from depression, anxiety, and other conditions. “My role as a founder is to relentlessly share my story and remind these people that they’re not alone in their struggles and that there’s real, tangible hope and healing.”

Beauty titlist, mental health advocate, and Jeunesse Anion brand ambassador Ivanna Pacis encourages individuals and families to discuss more openly the issue on mental health, “Jeunesse Anion looks out not just the physical being of its users but also the mental health of every woman. Mental health is such a sensitive topic but it’s an important issue to discuss and Jeunesse Anion takes part in putting an end to the stigma of mental illness. If you’re a person who suffers from a mental condition, know that your feelings are valid and your situation is not hopeless. Seek out professional help and surround yourself with positive people who look out for your well-being.”



Jeunesse Anion brand ambassador Ivanna Pacis, businesswoman Marga Langley, Kids for Jesus Learning Center Foundation Inc. founder and president Jessica Everingham, HK Tatler beauty editor Joanne Magdayag, YOLO by Renzo founder Sheila Suntay fitness & wellness celebrity Samantha Lopez, YOLO by Renzo Suntay volunteer Cleo Kelley and U.S. real estate broker Meggie Pleyto.



Jeunesse Anion brand ambassador Ivanna Pacis, entrepreneur Geraldine Lim, Manila Bulletin columnist Paulyne Fermin, ieventsetc online editor Irynn Constante, nolisoli.ph junior content editor Angela Suacillo, lifestyle blogger Lyzette Bongon, Christine Delgado and tennis star Christine Patrimonio.



Jeunesse Anion brand ambassador Ivanna Pacis, lifestyle blogger Erica Bonifacio, GMA 7 actress and host Maey Bautista, Asian Parent country manager Ina Garcia, lifestyle blogger Joy Felizardo, mental health advocates and entrepreneurs Jose Locsin Jr. and Brenda Locsin with RJ 100.3 FM DJ and host Jamie Fournier



Jeunesse Anion brand ambassador Ivanna Pacis, Wellgold International Inc. sales distribution specialist Jeffhrey Salem, Wellgold International Inc. finance head Margie Culibra, Wellgold International Inc. management team Maxine San Agustin, marketing head MJ San Agustin, general manager Jeric San Agustin and president Alden Meneses.

Available in five variants – ultra‐day pad, day pad non‐wing, ultra-night pad, all-night, and panty liner. All variants are a canvass of comfort and freshness for a hassle-free monthly period. You can find them at Watsons, selected Mercury Drug and South Star Drug outlets, SM department store’s health and beauty section, Robinson’s Supermarket and selected department stores, Shopwise, Rustan’s Supermarket, Waltermart, Landmark Department Store, PCX stores, selected Metro Gaisano outlets, plus other selected stores in Visayas and Mindanao. For more tips, visit www.jeunesseanion.com and follow Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram: Jeunesse Anion. For inquiries, email: wellgoldinternational@gmail.com or call (02) 4701294.