Friday, October 30, 2020

5 REASONS WHY YOUR HAIR MIGHT BE FALLING OUT

Losing up to 100 strands of hair every day is normal. If your hair starts to shed more significant than usual, or if they do not grow back as they should, it can be a source of concern. Once the cause is detected, hair fall remedy or baldness cure for hair loss treatment can be easier.   



While genetic condition like male pattern baldness is the main culprit for hair loss in the Philippines, the causes widely vary: genetic or hereditary hair loss, alopecia areata, male pattern hair loss and reactive hair loss.  

What are the possible reasons why your hair is excessively shedding? Find out the 5 reasons why your hair might be falling out. Read more: https://bit.ly/35xfuDA   

How do you remedy or prevent excessive hair fall?



Unlike other treatments, using natural ingredients for your hair is exceptionally safe. In the Philippines, NOVUHAIR® has sustained its market leadership and bagged as the leading hair loss treatment in 2019 (Euromonitor Passport Data 2019).  

NOVUHAIR® contains only natural ingredients and essential oils to prevent and reduce hair loss such as ginger, moringa, Indian Pennywort, Virgin Coconut Oil, Panax Ginseng, Indian Gooseberry, Aloe Vera, black pepper, Biotin, Vitamin B5, Shikakai, lemongrass, peppermint, safflower, lavender, rosemary and more. NOVUHAIR’s 19 natural ingredients work in synergy to help prevent and remedy the early warning signs of hair loss – excessive hair fall, thinning hair and bald patches. 



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Tuesday, October 27, 2020

EVERY JUAN CAN JOIN THE FUN AS GO HOTELS CELEBRATE ITS 10TH ANNIVERSARY

To mark its first decade of being “the place for every Juan,” essential value hotel chain Go Hotels unveils its SampWhoa promo, a special flash voucher sale taking place from October 29 to November 1, 2020. 


It’s so easy to grab awesome hotel stay deals at select Go Hotels branches around the country, with amazing rates starting as low as ₱1,000 net. All you need to do is book directly through the Go Hotels website (www.gohotels.ph) with the Go Hotels voucher; you can plan your stay from the date of purchase up to September 30, 2021. 

The SampWhoa promo is a great way for every Juan to satisfy their wanderlust after the long community quarantine period, as participating Go Hotels can be found in several key tourism destinations around the Philippines. These include Bacolod, Butuan, Dumaguete, Iligan, Iloilo, Lanang (Davao), Puerto Princesa, and Tacloban. For would-be travelers outside Metro Manila who wish to visit the nation’s capital, or maybe even Manila-based folk who desire a worry-free staycation in the city, the essential value hotel chain has outposts in Mandaluyong, Ortigas Center, Otis (Manila), Manila Airport Road (Pasay City), Ermita, North EDSA (Quezon City), and Timog(Quezon City). 


Plan your well-deserved trips now and be a part of the local tourism industry’s rebirth. As our tourism destinations gradually reopen, every Juan can play an important part in the renaissance of Philippine tourism. 

The best part is, when you stay at Go Hotels, you can trust that your health and safety are always a priority. All Go Hotels implement the “Circle of Clean”, an elevated standard of hygiene and cleanliness based on the new normal protocols recommended by the World Health Organization and the Department of Health. While the Circle of Clean helps ensure guests’ health, safety, and wellbeing, you must also do your part and be a safe and responsible traveler, by maintaining good hygienic habits (such as frequent hand washing), practicing physical distancing and the wearing of face masks. You may also check in advance the health and safety protocols of the destination you are visiting, as these may differ from what you are familiar with.


When you’re ready to travel and use your Go Hotels Voucher, don’t forget to reserve the hotel room at least one week before your intended date of stay, as the use of the voucher is subject to room availability. Should the hotel be fully booked or not available on your chosen date, don’t worry, as you can enjoy unlimited rebooking at the same hotel, until September 30, 2021. 

Sounds good? Mark your calendars for Go Hotels’ SampWhoa promo, taking place from October 29 to November 1, 2020 only. It’s an offer that’s too good to miss! For complete Terms & Conditions, visit http://bit.ly/GoHotelsSampwhoaFlashSale


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To redeem your Go Hotels e-voucher, call the Happy to Care Hotline at 0917 888 7788, 0998 888 7788, or +632 8 397 0111, from Mondays to Fridays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (except on declared holidays). Cancellations of reservations may be made without penalty more than 24 hours before check-in, or voucher is forfeited (no-show). 

The e-vouchers (used or unused) are non-refundable and cannot be converted into cash. E-vouchers are valid for individual reservations only and may not be applied to group bookings or for consecutive stays longer than seven (7) days. For the full listing of terms and conditions, visit www.gohotels.ph

Friday, October 23, 2020

MRS.WISE ENCOURAGES YOU TO A WISE QUARANTINE WASTE MANAGEMENT VIA #SustainAbilidad

As a family of four, the pandemic has changed our lifestyle to the max! We just stayed home (up to now, and it has been 7 months, whew!) We shifted to deliveries - be it food, groceries, shopping for needs and emergencies. I am sure, other families have the same quarantine experience. 


 

There’s no denying that Filipino’s lifestyle, habits and consumption patterns have radically changed after six months into the community quarantine due to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). As we are compelled to stay at home, we have relied more on deliveries for food, online shopping, and other essentials – posing additional environmental challenges because of our increased municipal solid waste (MSW) and hazardous waste.  

Even before the pandemic, the Philippines has been navigating through overwhelming volume of waste. According to a 2015 report by the Ocean Conservancy and McKinsey Center for Business and Environment, the Philippines ranks third among the world’s highest contributors to the global marine plastic pollution problem.  

But were you aware that household waste contribute to the biggest chunk of solid wastes in the country? The National Solid Waste Management Status Report 2008 – 2014 of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) showed that residential waste constitutes the bulk of MSW (56.7 percent), followed by commercial sources and public or private markets (27.1 percent).   

Now, the biggest challenge is for us to break old habits and adopt a more sustainable lifestyle. Through its business activities, Ajinomoto Philippines Corporation (APC) has always been committed in engaging in initiatives that solve social issues which include global sustainability. With environment educational campaign dubbed as #SustainAbilidad, APC aims to aid consumers to incorporate sustainable practices into their daily activities. This campaign includes social media promotions featuring Super Suzy and her kid, the main characters representing ordinary people that champion global sustainability to teach and inspire young and old members of their family and community to bring out their “SustainAbilidad”.


Here are a few reminders from Super Suzy on managing our household waste:



While we may have taken a number of steps backwards because of the pandemic, it’s not too late for every household to start sustainable practices. Segregating at source is a good start for every household as proper waste management is crucial not just for the environment but also for mitigating infectious disease transmission. Visit facebook.com/CookmunitybyAjinomotoPH/ to learn more about #SustainAbilidad.