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Beauty queen shares advocacy with Saudi women

Miss Earth-Air 2012 Stephany Stefanowitz proves a beauty queen’s purpose does not end after her reign. She said true beauty queens are not really after the fame, but the opportunity to serve people of all ages and genders and, eventually, make a difference in their lives.

After she resigned as Miss Global-Philippines vice president last year, Stephany focuses on modeling, here and abroad. She is also fully loaded with local and international travels as Psalmstre New Placenta for Women ambassador. In fact, she joined Psalmstre big boss Jim Acosta on an advocacy mission in Dammam, Saudi Arabia. They are there since yesterday.

Part of her advocacy is to share beauty tips to Saudi women. She explained that women should stay beautiful as possible because beauty itself is power. When a woman maintains her beauty inside and out, she will be able to grow old gracefully. Stephany will tour Saudi Arabia to give talks on beauty and wellness. This is a continuation of her Jordan and Dubai tour last year.

As New Placenta widens its reach in the Middle East, Stephany has to take her role to explain the benefits of the beauty products she is endorsing. Being formulated for all skin types, she assures that these products are safe and effective.

 “To stay beautiful, one needs to balance internal and external aspects of life. Internal aspects include positive attitude, while external aspects include beauty regimen (foods, supplements, and skin products). In my advocacy, I train how to highlight positivity in life. New Placenta, on the other hand, will work on their outer side,” the half-German, half-Filipino beauty queen said.

Topics: Miss Earth-Air 2012 , Stephany Stefanowitz , advocacy with Saudi women

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