Mum Finds: Maine Mendoza Leads The Shower Rangers As She #FightsWorldGermination With Hygienix

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The fight against world germination is not over ~ and Maine Mendoza is here to win it with Hygienix.

The Phenomenal Star is on it again with a playful TVC that showcases her alter ego and usual exuberant self, Maine Frame, as the leader of the Shower Rangers, a band of four superheroes which represent the power of Hygienix products.

Their weapon of choice is the Hygienix Germicidal Soap, a non-drying, refreshingly scented, super sulit germ-killer that helps protect users from disease-causing bacteria. With its powerful formula, it leaves skin feeling moisturized and energized.

The Hygienix Germicidal Soap kills 99.99% of germs and common disease-causing bacteria with every use and is available for as low as the super sulit price of Php12.

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pH Care Naturals For Natural Care Down There

personal hygiene products, products, Unilab, personal hygiene, earth-friendly productsI have never been more conscious of the brands and products I use until I became a mum, not only did I opt for all-natural products to touch the little man’s skin, but I have also turned to natural products for my personal use. That is why I am delighted to find out that Unilab came out with the all-new pH Care Naturals Intimate Wash line. Of course, I am equally delighted to receive samples of these products so I can try them out. Hands down to whoever conceptualized their package as it has 2 of my favorite things ~ personalized items and natural products. What more can a girl ask for, right?  :inlove:

The beautiful wooden box labeled with my initials contain the all-new pH Care Natural products in two variants ~ Guava and Papaya. I was sent both the 150ml and the 50ml bottles for both variants.

pH Care Naturals Papaya in a nutshell

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Yes, the dark skin around the feminine area is a definite confidence-killer. Even when other people are oblivious to it, most women find it a cause to worry, and even when there are many skin whitening products out in the market now, there seems to be limited options when it comes to products specifically designed for the women’s intimate area.

It is such good news that pH Care came out with its new pH Care Naturals Papaya. Powered by papaya extract, known for its skin whitening potency, pH Care Naturals Papaya variant not only helps you keep the sensitive area fresh, but also makes it fair in the gentlest and most natural way, as it promises to give you fairer skin in as early as 14 days!

pH Care Naturals Guava in a nutshell

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A Razor’s Place in History

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Humans have been finding ways to remove hair since the beginning of time, but many wonder how our modern day technique of shaving came to be. The story of how this modern ritual transformed over time from a necessity to a fashion statement is quite interesting.

Since the Beginning of Time

Neanderthal men are seen in cave paintings as beardless. It is believed that the first men’s razors date back to 30,000 B.C. Flint was most likely what they used as a blade. For women it was the year 4,000 B.C. before they were recorded as removing unwanted hair. They used barbaric methods such as arsenic. By 500 B.C. Roman women finally discovered easier ways to remove hair by using a primitive razor. The Egyptians were very obsessed with hair removal. They took off all body hair in order to reduce the spread of diseases and lice.

Modern Day Shaving

Today it is fashion that dictates how much hair we remove. The first example of this was in 1915. The May issue of Harper’s Bazaar had an ad showing a young girl in a sleeveless dress. She had her arms over her head, and everyone immediately noticed her hairless armpits. Before then women were wearing modest clothing that covered them completely. Now that the underarm area was being shown, girls began to worry about their armpit hair. Hemlines were also beginning to creep upwards. This made the leg’s more noticeable. A new problem was born. How do they remove this unwanted hair?

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