Physiogel: Beauty Experts Circle Event

I discovered Physiogel last year out of sheer curiosity. I was rummaging through my Aunt's things when I saw a sachet of Physiogel Cream. I never heard of the brand before but I was drawn to what it claims on its packaging. I was seriously amazed on how thick their cream was when I applied it. The cream easily sipped into my skin making it supple and soft. I bought a tube after finishing one sachet. I must say that Physiogel was definitely one of the best moisturizers I have tried. Last weekend, I attended their event held at Holiday Inn in Makati. 
During the event our skin was tested with the Moisture Meter. Guess who failed? Waahh.. I never thought that such machine was accurate enough to know that I have dry skin. I have a low moisture level and applying lotion was   the least of my favorite in my everyday routine. Most of the time, I deliberately skip it because I just hate the sticky/greasy feel of lotion on my skin. 
Patty Laurel hosted the event. She was really beautiful and so nice. I can't imagine we had a small chit chat after the event in the elevator. haha.. 
RB Chanco had a beauty/makeup demo at the event. I honestly do not listen to makeup talks or demos but RB is really good. I was intently listening to her. I even took note of the products she used like the Koji Lash Curler.

Let me share with you more about Physiogel Products:

Having dry, sensitive skin is a common problem. In fact, one in three or 35 percent of women have dry skin but don’t realize that they do.  Women can easily get dry skin from exposure to the environment. But even if they’re not under harsh weather conditions, other factors such as stress, air conditioning, smoking, bathing in hot water and using soap can contribute to destroying the natural moisture balance of the skin, making it rougher and more sensitive. Skin may also have a dehydrated or shrunken appearance while simultaneously feeling tight and itchy. 

Experts know that dry, sensitive skin requires special care and attention. Moisture is more prone to escape and evaporate, leading to dry, dehydrated skin. Most often than not, experts recommend Physiogel moisturizers from Stiefel, a GSK company. Physiogel is formulated with the revolutionary Derma Membrane Structure (DMS) Technology, which resembles the natural building blocks of the skin to effectively help repair the skin barrier and help prevent moisture loss.

Conventional moisturizers may only mask skin dryness to give skin transitory moisture; moisture that can be washed off by rinsing or washing. Physiogel, however, moisturizes by mimicking the natural lipid composition of the skin and keeps it hydrated for up to three days, even with washing or bathing.

Makeup for sensitive skin
So women who love makeup but have sensitive skin can worry no more. But, of course, they should stay away from cosmetics that can cause irritation, inflammation and other allergic reactions. Be sure to check that the label states specifically that the product is hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic and fragrance-free. 
For women with extra-sensitive skin, the trend is to find a foundation that has few chemicals and preservatives in them, especially those with an SPF between 15 to 30 for added skin protection. Foundations that are silicone-based and in powder form are also best for sensitive skin, because they don’t irritate skin and don’t clog pores.
Delicate skin that tends to turn red, flaky or stings can get glowing when mineral makeup is used. Just be sure it’s free from fragrances and dyes. It’s recommended to use a powder brush then switch to a concealer brush for proper blending.
Even sensitive skin can be rosy. When choosing a blush, pick one that is closest to your natural skin tone. Experts agree that a powder blush is the easiest to use and that it stays on the skin the longest. Always keep in mind, though, to use a brush that won’t cause any irritation.
Here’s a beauty insider’s tip: It’s great to use Physiogel Cleanser as a makeup remover for women with sensitive skin. It can be used with or without water, just wipe off with tissue.

Having soft skin safer for taking care of baby
Because babies have sensitive skin they are more prone to redness, itching, and irritation. Sure, you keep baby’s irresistible cheeks from being chapped with appropriate coverings from the heat and humidity, you consistently choose diapers that don’t irritate, and that you bathe baby daily to make him or her even more cuddly and cute.
Keep your baby’s skin perfect, kissably soft and rashes-free by using Physiogel daily.
Expert-recommended Physiogel is clinically proven to repair and rehydrate dry, sensitive skin and Physiogel Cream and Physiogel Lotion is your first line of defense against skin dryness. Physiogel Cleanser is made for dry, sensitive skin with gentleness that is next to water, with one of the least irritation potentials. It is suitable for use with or without water.

Physiogel is the No. 1 dermatologist-prescribed moisturizer according to Philippine Medical Data Index (PMDI MAT 2012) and is available in leading drugstores and supermarkets nationwide. It is also available in handy 10ml sachets. Ask your dermatologist and pediatrician about Physiogel.
This is the Physiogel advantage: Healthy, moisturized skin through repairing. With Physiogel, you can maintain beautiful, smooth, supple, and soft skin this season and beyond.  

If you have dry and sensitive skin, I highly suggest using Physiogel Products.
For more information, visit www.physiogel.ph/ orwww.facebook.com/PhysiogelPH  

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15 comments

  1. Wow, now I'm scared about that meter. I want to try that. Sa totoo lang, hindi ko alam kung ano ba talaga status ng skin ko. Minsan oily, minsan dry, minsan both! Kaya sobrang hirap ako maghanap ng products na para sakin. Maybe I should give this a try too and I hope that it will work wonders on my skin too. Thank you so much for this <2

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  2. I'm lucky that I won a physiogel giftpack from sampleroom! I really love their cleanser <3
    lalo na nakakatamad maghilamos ng tubig, no worries na ! You can clean your face with just this , no more water! haha

    Loving it!

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  3. I tried the physiogel Cleanser and the moisturizer before from Sample Room. Sobrang gentle nung moisturizer na binigay ko sya sa baby nephew ko as soap, and hindi sya nagka-rashes. He has sensitive skin pa ha.

    Please do a how to do your kilay post? I'm obssessed with kilays so yun lagi requests ko. Hihi..
    Or share your make-up station and your makeup collection too. Pleaaasseee?? :)

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  4. I have a very sensitive skin especially my face so I am very careful about using and applying products. I'm also allergic to A LOT of things. I have a bottle of Physiogel Cleanser at home but never attempted to use it kasi baka di ako hiyang. However, as you have acquainted me to this product, I would inquire about this to my dermatologist the coming week. THAAAANKS :>

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  5. Which is better--Physiogel cleanser or Cetaphil cleanser? I wanna try the cream. My legs are so dry that ordinary lotions don't work on them!

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    1. Hi Aviva!!! In my opinion, it is physiogel..It may have the same consistency but unlike cetaphil, physiogel does a good job of cleansing my face (after removing my makeup of course with makeup remover)Sa cetaphil kasi may natitira pang makeup even after washing..

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    2. Ah! I have the same experience. Gumamit ako ng Cetaphil dati sa mukha pero ang daming tirang dirt and makeup. Good to know that Physiogel is more thorough :D

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  6. wow parang gusto ko itry Ms. Donnarence san po nakakabili nyan? now qlng din po nlaman nung nbsa q dto sa post nyo..

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    1. Hi Elisa available in watsons and mercury drug :)

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  7. For my use, I prefer Physiogel but for my son's sensitive skin, Cetaphil works best. hehehe

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  9. Yes korek si Ms. Hollie heto din yung gamit ko for my son. kaso mahal pala kung bibili ako ng mosturizer..pls. make review of how to clean your brushes (updated)..hehe.. curious lang me

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  10. I have been using Physiogel for my son's sensitive skin since he was a baby! grabe, talagang nakakaganda ng skin ito... i have only tried it a few times though kasi hindi naman sensitive ang skin ko. :)

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  11. Wow I never thought Physiogel works this great! Just heard of this product from SR but I never had a chance to try it. But with your review Ms. D, parang gusto ko nang bumili nito as in now nah! I don't have any permanent product/s to use in pampering my skin kase kung ano lang yung meron sa kit, yun na lang ginagamit ko. Glad you enjoyed the event. God bless! xx

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  12. Hello po for oily sensitive skin din po ba sya?? Ska anu po ba pde sa sebderm? Lotion or ung ai?

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