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Mothers: What’s your beauty legacy?

UNILEVER VP for personal care
Gina Lorenzana and head of PR
Apples Aberin

Only seven percent of Filipino women consider themselves beautiful.

Posted: December 9th, 2014 in Headlines,Health and Wellness | Read More »

It’s time to acknowledge the ways dads care


The way dads see their role as fathers is dramatically different from how these roles are portrayed. Three quarters of dads say they are responsible for their child’s emotional well-being, while only 20% of dads see this role reflected in media.[1] As a brand committed to portraying how real men care, Dove Men+Carereleased a new, touching short film that spotlights the expanding and often unrecognized ways dads care for their children. Entitled “Calls For Dad,” the film features real moments that children of all ages share with their fathers, most of which are regrettably absent from media depictions of dads today.

Posted: June 13th, 2014 in Lifestyle Stories,Parenting | Read More »

93% of Filipino women don’t like the way they look

DOVE Original Whitening Deodorant claims to be the No. 1 skincare deodorant in the world, used by 92 million women.

There was nervous laughter in the room; some looked around searching each other’s face just to be sure they heard it right: “Go up to your rooms, wash off all your makeup, and come back down.”

Posted: April 11th, 2014 in Fashion and Beauty,Headlines | Read More »

Dove #realbeauty gains 66M impressions in two hours

DOVE Summit attendees go barefaced to affirm their #RealBeauty

Finalists in the recent Binibining Pilipinas pageant extolled incessantly the confidence of the Filipino woman in the Q&A. Truth is, that kind of self-confidence holds true for only 7 percent of Pinays, if the result of survey commissioned by global beauty brand Dove is anything to go by.

Posted: April 6th, 2014 in Featured Gallery,Headlines,Photos & Videos,Sunday Lifestyle | Read More »

5 ads that make women feel beautiful


It’s rare we see an ad that does not show women who are stunningly beautiful, attractive and perfect. Appealing as these ads are, studies show that women are adversely affected by what they see on media as early as adolescence. A woman’s self esteem is greatly impacted by seeing these unrealistic expectations of beauty. The result is a shocking statistic: only 7 percent of Filipinas think they are beautiful.

Posted: April 2nd, 2014 in Lifestyle Stories | Read More »