|Photo borrowed from Jeunesse's Facebook page|
I find Karylle a beautiful young woman with many talents. She can sing, act, and do TV hosting aside from being a fitness advocate who has the body to prove it. The other day, she was launched as the endorser of Jeunesse Anion, the newest line of feminine napkins specifically designed for the modern-day Filipina like the multi-faceted Showtime host.
Jeunesse's Sales and Marketing head, Jericson San Agustin affirmed that they have always admired Karylle's versatility as a showbiz personality. "She can sing, dance, act, host; she also is into health and fitness; [and] she is very versatile. [All these] make her the perfect choice for our product."
I've heard about Anion napkins a few years ago from several ladies I know. I'm not sure if this is the same one as Jeunesse but, at the time, the products were only being sold through direct selling and I haven't found the time to attend any of the presentations I was invited to. So I didn't get to try any products but those who already have were raving about it.
It's nice to know that Jeunesse Anion is now available commercially at Watsons and SM Department Stores which will make it easier to find for those who would like to give it a test run. According to the flyer I was given, Jeunesse has an all-natural, non-woven, and non-irritating material with super absorbent polymer. It promises superb absorbency, germ protection, and lasting freshness as a result of years of combined research by experts.
What sets Jeunesse apart from its competitors is the scientifically-formulated Anion strip that helps reduce odor and feminine discomfort. The strip is described to release negative-charged ions that neutralize bad odor attracted to positively-charged ions.
Jeunesse is available in three variants - the Day Pads, Night Pads, and Panty Liners, which are available in resealable packs.
For more information about Jeunesse Anion Sanitary Napkins, please call 637.8104 or 0917.5642233, visit http://jeunesseanion.com. You can also like Jeunesse Anion on Facebook and follow them on Twitter
* Photos borrowed from Orange Magazine TV's Facebook page