From the very first day Maine Mendoza appeared on TV as Yaya Dub for Eat Bulaga’s “Kalyserye,” she has continually been exposed to harmful UV rays and air pollution. Her segment, as everyone knows, is shot on the streets of communities, which the noontime show visits daily.
Hazards of the trade, so to speak, Mendoza’ skin has been subjected to darkening, aging and other adverse effects of natural stressors found outdoors.
Thankfully, the prized Eat Bulaga star and rising GMA talent reveals that she has finally found a product that helps her maintain beautiful and radiant skin, even under extreme conditions, via her latest endorsement for Avon’s Skin So Soft-Advance White with Stem Essence.
Mendoza was officially launched as the face of the Avon’s most iconic and best selling skincare product at Edsa Shangri-La Manila in Mandaluyong City.
Welcoming her to the growing Avon family of celebrity endorsers was Faith Fernandez-Mondejar, director for Communication (Philippines and Asia Pacific), and Jean Reyes, director for Marketing (Philippines), who took pride in finally having the “phenomenal star” in their roster.
Mendoza now joins the likes of Angel Locsin, Jodi Sta. Maria, Jennylyn Mercado, Kathryn Bernardo, Julia Montes, Ina Raymundo, Georgina Wilson, and Ruffa Gutierrez for the local campaigns of the global direct selling company.
“I’m very excited to be a part of Avon, especially as the ambassador for this amazing product,” she said.
The TV personality also added that the endorsement came to her at the perfect time. “Nowadays, I’m busy with taping, shoots, events, and I’m more exposed to environmental stressors like pollution. So it’s important that I use a lotion that not only whitens, but also rejuvenates my skin at the cellular level,” she explained.
Claiming she feels more confident after seeing the effects of the product within two weeks, the celebrity realized, “Being in your 20s doesn’t mean we don’t need to take care of skin just yet. I think it is important for us to start being aware of the stress factors that cause skin aging, like UV rays and pollution as early as we can.”