Did you know that you can get free acne care information from Proactiv Skin Care Advisors?
Proactiv Philippines started its Skin Care Advisor program in January 2014 to provide information about acne care and Proactiv. The company trains its advisors to offer free acne care advice and after sales support to its customers.
Earlier this evening, I got to talk to the Skin Care Advisor assigned at Trinoma mall, Mara Tuyor.
First, I told her of my concern that Proactiv Solution might not be suitable for Filipino skin since it was formulated by American doctors. She told me that there’s actually a different formulation specifically made for Asian skin, although the ingredients for the American and Asian editions of the Proactiv 3-Step System are the same. So there’s no need to fear that Proactiv might be too strong for Asian skin. Also, she reminded me of Proactiv’s 30-day money back guarantee, in which you can … Continue Reading →
CIM Technologies Inc., a pioneering technology solutions provider in the country, recently held a Mini Bloggers’ Day to introduce 3D printing technology and its latest products, 3D printers for the industrial market, and desktop 3D printers for the consumer market.
I was glad to be part of the event because I was curious to know more about 3D Printing, having read and viewed some recent news features online about the technology that’s been much talked about at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in Las Vegas.
Last February 21, Mr. Victoriano Yap, President of CIM Technologies, together with some of his managers and staff, gave our small group of bloggers a background on the history of 3D printing, how it works, and its uses. Most importantly, they showed us an actual 3D printer live in action (photo below).
Uses of 3D Printing
3D Printing is also called Additive Manufacturing because products are made layer … Continue Reading →
I wouldn’t have missed going to the Art Fair Philippines 2014 for anything. Not even a bad cough that had me barking like a dog at times. Even if it meant standing in line for a long time to buy a ticket at the MRT, and being crushed, standing up, inside the train on my way home.
I went to the Art Fair’s 1st staging last year, was totally inspired by the experience, and vowed to go yearly as long as the venue was accessible.
This year’s Art Fair is bigger than the initial run last year at the same venue, with more galleries and artists participating. For the second year in a row, part of Ayala Center Makati’s The Link carpark is transformed into a temporary art gallery to showcase the best of contemporary Philippine art. This time the exhibit occupies not just one, but two levels.
Levels 6 & 7 of The … Continue Reading →