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Success stories of Filipino Proactiv stories.

Acne Creates Wall
When you have acne, you tend to avoid social events and you shy away from situations where your skin is the spotlight and makes you stop doing the things you love with the people you love. Acne influences your self-esteem, self-confidence, your outlook in general and your social life. Even mild breakouts can negatively impact how you feel about yourself. Acne truly affects more than just your skin. It can affect your entire life in very real ways.

Reclaim Control Over your Skin with Proactiv!

Gladly, there’s Proactiv! Proactiv Solution is the only acne management system which combines medicated ingredients that work together to treat and control acne. It uses several different ingredients in one system to treat the blemishes you have now and help keep new ones from forming. With Proactiv, you’ll get back control over your skin.

Here are some of the inspirational stories of ordinary people who had won over acne and are now enjoying the life-changing benefits of clear, beautiful skin.

Alex Gonzaga
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“I’m really thankful I gave it a try. I use Proactiv everyday and it’s amazing. It really works! It leaves my skin feeling fresh and clean especially after a long day at the studio. Now, my skin is balanced and under control. No more oily cheeks, no more dry skin and best of all, no more pimples.” – Alex Gonzaga

Nolin Dela Cruz
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“After six weeks of using Proactiv, my skin improved. Ngayon, mas confident na ako…” – Nolin

Lourdes Agcaoili
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“Nakita ko agad ang resulta. Nag-heal ang mga pimples at na-lessen ang oiliness. And then nung umuwi ang husband ko from abroad, he said, ‘Wow ang ganda mo ngayon. You look great!’ ”. – Lourdes

 

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Parenting: Keeping your Kids Healthy

Let kids enjoy healthy snacks with fun taste by introducing them vegetables and fruit flavors. Meal substitution is the key to keep them interested in consuming healthy foods. Processed food and junk foods with food coloring, additives, loaded with sugar are cancer-causing food, that also lead to obesity, diabetis and all other diseases.

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Tips to prevent acne

Simplest way to understand acne, how it forms and how Proactiv heals acne prone skin and maintains a healthy good looking skin.

What is acne and how does it develops?
Acne is the most common skin disease and very common to teenagers. Nearly everyone experiences acne at some point in life. It may last for a few months or a few years.
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Get your NSO Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate in less than 30 minutes

Serbilis Center- East Avenue
Philippine Government Agencies

Manila, Philippines – NSO document walk-in application is recommended for those who needs multiple copies of birth certificates request. Online application cost P350 per document/certificate and will guarantee delivery within 2-4 business days, I tried the service last 2009, although payment will still need to be done thru bank deposits. For 2016 I’ll be requesting for 5 NSO documents, visiting the Philippine Statistics Authority office or Census in East Avenue do consider the traffic congestion at any givem time. This road leads to EDSA-GMA Kamuning so expect heavy traffic on weekdays. But as soon as you reach NSO the processing will take less than 30 minutes to complete. I was amazed how fast Census service has improved.

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To start with:
Step 1: Get Application Form and Queue from from Information Marshall. Form are color-coded:
White – birth
Pink – marriage
Yellow – death
Green – certificate of no marriage

Accomplished Application Form with the required information.

IMPORTANT: Have your BReN ( Birth Reference Number) ready. BReN can be seen at the lower part of your birth certificate, placed at thr center.

Show your AF to BReN Screener, they will lead you to BReN Window for payment ( Window 47) and wait for about 3 minutes to call your name for the results and releasing of documents at Window 48.

If you don’t have or don’t know your BReN, you will be asked to proceed to Step 2 Screening Area A.

For the documents I requested I only paid P 700, includes 3 birth certificates and 2 copies of marriage contract.

For complete details of applicable fees and requirements you may check www.psa.gov.ph/civil-registration-wall-applications-serbilis-outlet



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Holiday season is over the need to re-energized your skin from late parties and the overall stress from Christmas rush take the most of your positive approach to a brighter 2016. Catching up with reunions and great food collectively has drastic effect on your diet and wellness.

With tons of New Year’s resolutions in mind, don’t forget to look and feel better – it is mandatory for everyone to put their best face forward. This means having flawless, acne-free skin. No one is spared from acne.
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Top picks from Scholastic Warehouse Book Sale

Scholastic Philippines’ “The Big Christmas Blowout Sale” will run until December 23 only. For parents and book lovers it’s the time of the year to wrap gifts for your kids, inaanaks, nephews and nieces, friends, monito/monita and reward yourself with the gift of reading and literacy to little ones.

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Scholastic warehouse book sale this year has fantastic deals up to 80% off on selected books. Choose from book racks ranging from P20, P50, P75, P150 up to P250. Hardbound books are mostly 50% off. Story books from the likes of Mo Willems, Roald Dahl or Eric Carle as well as activity books from crafting to sticker books are all displayed on discounted tags in time for the holiday gift giving.

The great book sale is only until the 23rd of December. Visit the warehouse at 70 C. Raymundo Avenue in Pasig City (in front of Floor Center). Open daily from 9am to 6pm.

DeiVille top picks includes:

Harry Potter series
Hardbound series are all 50% off except for one hardbound title – The Half-Blood Prince priced at P250 only from its original price P795! Want to hear more? Paperback series book 4 (The Goblet of Fire) at P150 only and book 6 (The Deathly Hollows) at P250. If you want to buy the whole series in a box (paperback) you get 15% off.

Roald Dahl classics
I wanted to get new copies of Dahl children’s classics for my kid to get to know and build interest with Dahl’s other witty, chilling stories aside from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Also to introduce Quentin Blake’s disgusting but funny illustrations. The best part I got 3 of his works that cost me P120! The Witch at P50 (from original price of P245), The BFG P50 (from P300), and Esio Trot P20 (from 205).

Teen books
My 9-year old chooses these titles; she suddenly doesn’t like series from Thea Stilton, Geronimo Stilton, Creepela Von Cacklefur instead switched to teeny strong stories like Hunger Games, Mockingjay and Percy Jackson chronicles.

We got hold of Allegiant (P385), Ender’s Shadow (P275) and The School of Good and Evil (P215).

The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis and other classic books
The Horse and His Boy (P225), Brian Hunt (P145) is available at P20 each, just imagine we did saved a lot. Not to mention the other books we bought for Christmas giveaways.

Other materials
Mathworks is a math challenge booklet cost P20 (from P245) and for little ones an Early Childhood Poster Pack by Dromkeen Children’s Literature Collection at P50. Card Trick booklet also at P20 (from P95).

Take time to drop by to fill your carts with your favorite book titles at the lowest price possible.

HOW TO GET THERE:
Commute from Ortigas Center
Ride a taxi cab, usual rate P100 flat. Or you can take G-Liner Bus and transfer a jeepney ride from C. Raymundo cor. Ortigas Extn.

C5 Road is also an easier route, take C5 on Sundays. 🙂

You can view our complete photos from Scholastic Warehouse Book Sale on our Facebook Page and Instagram.

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Scholastic’s Big Christmas Warehouse Sale
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Scholastic Christmas Warehouse Sale happening from November 27 to December 23, 2015 from 9am-6pm daily.

Take advantage of the wide selection of picture books, fiction and nonfiction books, popular series, references, inspirational, arts and crafts, teacher’s resources and audio books with discount of up to 80%. Kiddie books are priced as low as P20, take advantage of the huge discounts.

The warehouse is located at 70 C Raymundo St., Pasig City. Come early to avoid the traffic from the holiday rush and it’s better to prepare your list of book titles to guide as you go along the pile of books.

PARENTING:
Engage your kids to interesting activities lined up starting January 2016

Manila, Philippines December 2015 – There are cool ways to discover your child’s yet to be seen skills or perhaps to spark his/her interest to other concept of learning without hurting Daddy and Mommy’s pocket. Here are some suggested activities to enhance your children’s learning capacity.

  • UP (Diliman) Recreational Community offers reasonable fees for weekend classes starting January 2016. They accept  non-UP students both for children and adult. If your child is into Wushu or swimming class, you can spend your time enrolling in yoga or Zumba class for adults instead of wasting your precious time just waiting for your child’s session to end.
  • Learn how to play music instruments. We are planning to two buy acoustic guitar to teach our child the basics skills. Tutorial sessions will be held at home until she learns well enough to handle hellraiser 6 type electric guitar. Percussion is also another great instrument to learn
  • Arts – painting and sketching, and crafting. You can do this as bonding time with your child.
  • Learning new language – buy books so they could learn how to read and write the basics. I started to teach my child basic Japanese at age three from counting 1 to 10, greetings, expressions, and dining topics. Soon she gets the hang of it and started to appreciate watching Japanese animation  while singing in Japanese rhythm.  Her anime drawings started to improve. Next in line is the French language.

 

 

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