An adrenaline pumping number by no less than Gary Valenciano punctuated the 10th anniversary celebration of BeautéDerm Corporation. He shared the stage with Zsa Zsa Padilla after the performances of Rita Daniela and Ken Chan and Ryle Tan and Pauline Mendoza and Sanya Lopez.
“I wanted to perform a few of my songs in the ‘80s and give them a millennial twist,” he told the crowd before calling The Maneuvers to join him onstage.
A few moments later, everybody was on their feet dancing and singing.
The star-studded event held Royce Hotel and Casino in Clark Pampanga also serves as the birthday celebration of the company’s president and CEO Rhea Anicoche-Tan. The party witnessed the awarding of BeautéDerm top sales performers and the introduction of the celebrities that have because the faces of the brand including Arjo Atayde, Ria Atayde, Carlo Aquino, Enchong Dee, Jestoni Alarcon, Glydel Mercado, KitKat, Alma Concepcion, Alex Castro, and Ejay Falcon to name a few.
“For 10 years, Beautederm has been at the forefront of the beauty and wellness industry here in the country. I’m so proud that from a few thousands I had in pocket I was able to make the brand as one of the most solid and most trusted leaders in the industry today. It all happened because of your help, “ Anicoche-Tan told the attendees, her visitors that included distributors, resellers, members of the media, and A-list stars like Gabby Concepcion, Sylvia Sanchez, and Lorna Tolentino.
In 2009 Anicoche-Tan established the company with her burning desire to beautéfy the country one person at a time through a line of products that boasts of the highest quality that delivers the fastest, most effective, and most sustainable results.
Beautéderm prioritizes safety and effectiveness above all with its FDA Notified products, which only uses plant-based ingredients that are perfectly synergized to deliver its promise of not only physical beauty to each and every one of its loyal users but also a more flourishing life to its resellers and distributors.
The party was the culmination of a two-day convention where lectures and seminars featuring special guest speakers like Marian Rivera, Christina Gonzales-Romualdez and Pia Hontiveros who imparted insights on women empowerment.
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