Judy Ann pays it forward

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Judy Ann Santos shares practical tips in new TVC

Judy Ann Santos shares practical tips in new TVC

Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo, who has been RiteMed’s brand ambassador for two years, says she is happy to endorse a brand that she believes in, especially since it is a company that allows her to make a difference in the lives of many Filipinos.

“We really use their products at home and I only endorse brands that I believe in. When it concerns our own family’s health and well-being, we must be very cautious and careful with our choices,” says top celebrity.

The actress, who is expecting her third child with husband Ryan Agoncillo, really takes to heart the message of her latest TV commercial (TVC) the brand—“Maging Ligtas sa Duda” (Be Safe from Doubts). As a family woman, Judy Ann does not take anything for granted to ensure her children and husband’s safety.

From the meals she personally prepares to the medicines or vitamins she gives them, Judy Ann is careful with her choices. As she cited in her TVC, one should pay attention to doubts, however small, to avoid trouble or danger. Judy Ann as a wife, mother and cooking afficionado goes for quality and safety at all times.


“High quality does not need to be expensive. It can be affordable. The most important consideration for me is that the products are healthy and safe for my family. Madalas kung ano pa ang mura, yun pa ang mas effective (most of the time, the affordable ones are more effective). Just like in cooking, you can substitute expensive ingredients with affordable but healthier and high-quality ones,” says the local publication scene’s newest cookbook author.

Through the pharma brand, Judy Ann feels fortunate to be given the opportunity to help Filipinos gain access to affordably priced high-quality medicines. “I believe in their advocacy in promoting access to affordable but high-quality medicines. We share the same goal of giving back or paying it forward to the people,” she ends.

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