Mestiza unveils bigger soap in new packaging

posted January 19, 2021 at 07:40 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Local brand Mestiza rolls out its bestselling herbal soap now in bigger size and newly revamped packaging. 

Homegrown soap brand Mestiza features bigger size and new packaging design.
Each bar comes with additional five grams for the same price (P58 for the Original 125-gram variant and P89 for the Prime 125-gram variant) and with the same formulation that features carefully chosen botanicals and fruits made using cutting-edge cold process manufacturing method.  

Mestiza soaps are available in Mercury Drugstore, Watsons, Robinsons Supermarket, and Lazada.

In addition to its revamped soaps, the brand announces plans to expand its skincare line and offer products that inspire confidence among Mestiza users. 

“We know consumers are becoming even more conscious of what ingredients go into their products. They’re more informed and more aware of how brands demonstrate their commitment to their values and mission. We want to stay true to that so that Mestiza users continue to trust us to take care of their skin,” says Catherine Salimbangon, president and chief executive of Organique Skincare Inc.

The brand further bolsters consumer confidence and raises awareness about skin care through its web show #BeauTalk, which airs every Friday at 4:30 p.m. on the Mestiza Philippines Facebook page and hosted by Dr. Sarah A. Barba-Cabodil, an aesthetic dermatologist and president of the Philippine Anti-aging Medicine and Clinical Aesthetics.

The program aims to address the most pressing questions users have about skin care and share the long-held ideals of the brand to a new audience.

Topics: Mestiza , Mestiza Philippines , Soap , #BeauTalk , Organique Skincare
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