Keeping up with Kathryn Bernardo

posted May 11, 2021 at 08:05 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
As one of today’s biggest stars, Kathryn Bernardo admits feeling the growing demands of life. “But I’m not complaining,” she says, “it’s part of it”.

Kathryn Bernardo bares her underarms as the new endorser of Nivea Deo. 
The 25-year-old actress always tries to live a balanced life, one where she has time to enjoy the things she loves and take care of loved ones, and care for her well-being as she fulfills her responsibilities in her craft. 

“I really want to balance out my life. Every time I feel pressured and kapag na-fe-feel ko na nagiging work, work na siya (and feel that all I’m doing is work), I just take time to relax and then okay na ulit (it’s okay again). I take the time to do the things I like, like badminton or any sport, in between.”

With her busy lifestyle, Bernardo acknowledges the need for a deodorant that can keep up with her.

Kathryn Bernardo looks for three things in a deodorant: good smell, ingredients that care for her underarm skin, and the effectiveness at keeping sweat at bay.

“Sobrang important ng underarms for us girls. I feel like, ‘pag sobrang ganda yung underarms mo, mas mataas yung confidence level mo (Underarms are important for us girls. I feel that smooth and fresh underarms boost confidence).”

As the newest endorser of Nivea Deo, she proudly bares her smooth underarms. Catering to her deo needs, the Nivea Extra Whitening Deodorant keeps sweat and odor at bay for 48 hours, while taking care of underarm skin. It is packed with licorice, vitamin C, and skin nutrients that help repair damaged underarm skin by lightening dark spots and smoothening rough and bumpy skin.

Topics: Kathryn Bernardo , Nivea Deo , Nivea Extra Whitening Deodorant , Skin
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