It was a remarkable performance by Sue Ramirez to add spice to the Why Kawaii? Virtual Launch of Kawaii Whitening Soap on Facebook.
The lead star of Ang Babaeng Allergic sa Wifi, gave a delightful performance of a Keiko Necesario original “While We Are Young,” which served as the music for Kawaii Whitening Soap’s fashion show reveal.
The song was specially chosen for the virtual event as it sends the right message to all Filipinas, quoting a line from its lyrics, “Don't stop 'til everything's amazing, Dream away seize the day Give it all you got this is your day.” A true motivation to all those millions of Filipinas seeking to better themselves.
"We are happy to have Sue as our Kawaii Whitening Soap endorser,” according to Leonardo Aquino, vice president for Sales of Global Care Cosmetics Corporation.
“She is a good fit since she is kawaii, in fact, she is more. What she represents as an individual, a celebrity, and a performer, appeals to the potential users of Kawaii Whitening Soap,” added Aquino.
Kawaii Whitening Soap’s entry into a demanding market comes at the right time when Filipinas are seeking better and immediate results. Kawaii Whitening Soap promises to deliver a gentle glow and whiter skin in as early as five days. Definitely faster than other premium-priced options because of its triple action whitening ingredients. And is available in supermarkets, groceries, specialty stores, drug stores, and convenience stores.
Global Care Cosmetics Corporation shared that the company meticulously chose the active ingredients that will deliver faster whitening results, which can now be found in Kawaii Whitening Soap’s four variants - papaya, green papaya, kojic, and glutathione. The soap is also dermatologically tested, Halal certified, and approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
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