Dove‘s new Glowing Skin campaign has gotten me really intrigued, and in a pleasant mood, as I have noticed before, that most companies would use faces from neighboring Asian countries for their ad campaigns, and their visuals. Now, Dove is making a difference by showcasing true, natural, Filipina beauty. Continue reading
Dove for our hair! Hurrah!!!
I would always associate Dove with a brand with glorious, amazing moisturizing powers. So just imagine, Dove giving so much moisture on your skin, can also infuse your hair with its amazing moisturizing powers?
That, I really gotta see.
Just this month, I started to see Dove hair care products at department stores/Watson’s (I might be late to see them, they might’ve even been supplied earlier), and I was fortunate enough to have received a goodie bag with a full range of one variant of Dove Hair Care. I’ve been roadtesting it right now, and I will be giving you results as soon as I can, as I have been observing my hair carefully (now that is a really crazy activity don’t you think hahaha!)
Dove prides itself with the three special ingredients that promises to nourish your hair, and keep your hair healthy -
I must share this with you guys, that whenever I chat about skin care with people I know, or have just recently met, one brand really surfaces no matter what – and it’s Dove. I think, and feel that Dove is just in every household, either as a facial soap, a body soap, or even a hand soap! It’s that brand that we let our youngsters use when they ask us for their first facial soap in the advent of puberty ( at the risk of sounding like a mom, I’m more of a big, big sister with baby sisters who can pass off as my kids ). It’s THAT mild that it’s the first brand virgin, unadulterated skin tries.
On my end, it’s the brand that I use for all over my body as I am really not a fan of lotions. Sigh, okay, I don’t want to start reminiscing how silky it feels on my skin! But I’m sure you know as you’ve used it at one point in your life!
As I have browsed Dove PH’s new blog called Real Beauty Basics Blog, I could not help but be impressed of the article lineup. I mean, I was briefed by the people behind the brand that they are going to aim for an epic website this year, and when I checked it today, I was thinking on how great it is to start the year with articles about skin, hair, and lifestyle. The hair articles proved to be helpful as I am just starting to like styling my hair, and they have articles on how to use a curling iron, how to bun your hair, and all that jazz. I wish they would have videos too!
Girls and boys, I would like to start this entry by sharing with you a video that made Sophie tear up in the middle of a delicious dinner.
Okay, done? Let’s go on with my stream of thoughts.
When asked to answer the question, “What do I love about myself?” I also found myself in the situation of the other girls in the video, paused a bit, and tried to think if there was any body part that I thought that I’d be proud of. Hmmm, hmmm, and hmmm. I don’t really like my hair – I have gray in which I need to color my hair frequently, I don’t like my skin, I feel I’m growing fatter by the minute, and well, okay, stop Sophie. All that negativity and self-image issues! I finally settled with telling myself, that I love my eyes – the color of my eyes, that is. My eyes are small, and my lids are hooded, hard to apply makeup and make bigger (here we go again), but I would like to say that I love its color- they’re naturally hazel brown, I got it from my dad, as I would find myself from time to time being asked by people if I wore contacts. But well, it’s just that. Continue reading