Beautéderm Corporation continues to gear up for the highly anticipated grand celebration of its 10th anniversary in the business this November as it recently opened BeautéNook By Beautéderm located at the ground floor of City Mall in the city of Tagum in Davao Del Norte.
BeautéNook By Beautéderm is owned and operated by Kharnelia Edquila and the event was attended by Beautéderm Corporation’s President and CEO Rhea Anicoche-Tan along with brand ambassadors Ken Chan, Shyr Valdez, and Lorna Tolentino with special celebrity guests Rap and Renz Fernandez. The event was also graced by Davao-based Beautéderm brand ambassadors such a beauty queens Carly Chua, MJ De Castro, and Lesley Anne Ticaro as well as businesswoman Leo Revita.
The event also announced the grand winner of Beautéderm Slender Sips Weight Loss Challenge, which was participated by 22 hopefuls. Leyzander Rosell, who lost 7.8 kg through diet, exercise, and the help of Beautéderm’s Slender Sips drink, emerged as the grand winner.
The winners of the MTV Dance Contest, on the other hand, were Aphrodite in the adult category and UMTC Femmes in the youth category. They rendered their own dance interpretations to the tune of “Be Proud It’s Beautéderm,” which is recorded by certified OPM hitmaker and Beautéderm brand ambassador Jinky Vidal and composed by the legendary Vehnee Saturno.
The winners received a grand total of P500,000.00 worth of cash and special prizes.
Kapuso actor Ken Chan serenaded Tagum with a sampling of romantic ballads while grand slam queen Lorna Tolentino performed a special duet with him to the delight of the massive crowd. Comedic group Digos Good Vibes provided fun and laughter as hosts of the event.
“We are targeting to open more physical stores by the end of the year,” says Rhea. “We already have a store in Singapore and we are preparing to open in New Zealand, Dubai, and the US.”
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