Stars grace #MeTime campaign launch

posted September 07, 2018 at 06:10 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbitz
Former beauty queen Shamcey Supsup, GMA network stars Kris BernalThea Tolentino, Ayra Mariano and Marika Sasaki were among the personalities that attended the grand launch of Watsons Philippines’ #MeTime campaign held at SM Aura in Taguig City.

GMA artists Ayra Mariano, Marika Sasaki, Kris Bernal and Thea Tolentino
The campaign, which is on-going at all branches of Watsons, encourages women, including men, to give themselves the precious gift that they truly deserve —a time for themselves.

“I’m Busy! This is everyone’s favorite line. We glorify being busy because we are pressured to achieve a lot, all at once: to climb the corporate ladder, take care of our family’s needs, raise children, and manage the household all while curating our lives into a perfect feed on social media,” Watsons says in a statement.

Celeteque ambassador Shamcey Supsup
Like the top health and beauty brand, Shamcey’s husband, Lloyd Lee, encourages her to devote some time for herself especially that they’re expecting their second child anytime soon.

“I’m a full-time mom. My husband is willing to give me 20 minutes to devote to my beauty regimen,” Shamcey said adding that she uses Celeteque products to care for her skin.

With #MeTime, Watsons introduces a full line of beauty and health options that can make someone have a little check of their lifestyle. And here’s a quick guide on how you can enjoy this this self-caring philosophy.

Make Time for #MeTime

Whether you are a stay-at-home parent or a professional with a killer schedule, you need to pause, take a break, and make time for #MeTime. The reason is simple: You owe it to yourself and to those you care for to take time to recharge and be your beautiful and healthy best.

Pamper your skin

What better way to spend #MeTime than lavishing your neglected skin with love? Watsons’ range of products from Ponds, Olay, Neutrogena, St. Ives, Belo, Celeteque, Mediheal, Snow, and Garnier have all the skin-pampering love to keep your complexion fresh and radiant.

Revitalize your hair

The perfect place to spend some #MeTime effortlessly?  In the shower, of course!  Treat your strands to Watsons’ hair products from Creamsilk, Palmolive, Lauat Shampoo, Suave, Dove, and Moringa and give your locks a luxurious #MeTime treat.

Get gorgeous

Take some #MeTime to swipe on some lipstick or paint your nails!  Watsons’ extensive collection of cosmetics from Celeteque, Belle, and Chic Bobbie will get you gorgeous in no time. 

Nourish from within

There’s no other way to put it: To be truly beautiful, you need to be healthy.  That’s why your #MeTime must also include taking care of yourself from within with Watsons’ range of supplements and health products from Enervon, Cosmo Skin, Poten-cee, MX3, and Salonpas.

 Busy is the enemy of Health and Beauty

Are you too busy to be beautifully healthy? All it takes is a trip to Watsons to curate a set of health and beauty revitalizers and treat yourself to some well-deserved #MeTime! Plus, if you’re an SM Advantage Card holder and purchase at least P500 worth of products, you can even win an iPhone X while you’re at it.

Less stress. More self-love.

At the end of the day, making time for #MeTime is all about stressing less and loving your beauty, health, and wellness more.  At a time when everyone is busy with bucket lists and to-do lists, don’t forget to make time for that one person who deserves all the extra TLC you pour out to everybody else: Yourself.

Topics: Ayra Mariano , Marika Sasaki , Kris Bernal , Thea Tolentino , Shamcey Supsup , Celeteque , #MeTime
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