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The Pink House Salon & Spa : Glamorous Service, Affordable Price

Visiting a friend has its benefits. Why? Because you can make chika and discover new places while bonding. I lived in Maybunga Pasig while my friend lives in Santolan Pasig. Not far from his residence is this beautiful house that you won’t failed to notice for the reason it was painted pink all over.

The Pink House Salon & Spa is a neighborhood salon that provides services from head to food, as in; they have everything in one roof. Don’t get intimidated by its appearance, it may look glamorous but they really are affordable. You can get your total makeover, but need not worry about your budget.

Let's start my make-over beautification 

Footspa - P120.00
Manicure - P 50.00
Pedicure - P 60.00

Total - P 230.00

DSWD and ICAB Launch “Love Sees Beyond Differences” An Adoption Advocacy Campaign

 The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Inter-country Adoption Board (ICAB) and McCann Erickson launched Thursday their Advocacy Campaign on Adoption entitled, “Love Sees beyond Differences” yesterday, Nov. 29, 2012 at the Active Fun Bldg., BGC.Peter and Darlene Skopakow, have Mary Jane in their life just recently, they already have Mark but they wanted to spread their love to this two beautiful children. Peter is not on the photo since he is so busy taking care of the kids.

Globe Business M2M technology makes business better

For those entrepreneurs like myself, here’s an information that I think would help us in managing our business.

Running a small or medium-sized business can be challenging: besides the problems faced at the workplace and daily operations, entrepreneurs must also take care of their office premises, vehicles, machinery and other fixed assets. The question, for many SMBs, is how to find solutions that are effective yet also affordable.
Globe Business M2M-Fleet Management Service allows business owners to track the location of company vehicles while these are on the move. This lets them know if a company vehicle arrived at its destination on-time. They can also assess the best travel route a company vehicle can take or find an alternative route in cases of heavy traffic or obstructions. 

Nailandia Nail Studio & Body Spa : The Land of Pampering

I was so stress out due to my trip to Nueva Ecija; just imagine the 8 hours that my body has to endure just so that I could support my daughter with regards to her ballet performance on that town. My best remedy for this kind of situation, pampering myself.

Nailandia Nail Studio & Body Spa

Pampering me was a need that must be address to make sure that I could cope with all the stress and fatigue that my body had to go through everyday. Located along Tomas Morato is the new spa that gives the new meaning of pampering. Not limiting their services to manicure and pedicure, Nailandia Nail Studio & Body Spa makes my day of relaxation more memorable.

World of Wellness 2nd Anniversary Celebration

As WOW World of Wellness Direct Sales looks forward to its third year of fulfilling its mission of being the preferred ally of the wellness needs of the community, it celebrated its 2nd year anniversary on Nov. 24, 2012 at Starmall Trade Hall, Shaw Blvd.  It turned out to be a perfect get-together of WOW distributors and wellness enthusiasts along with Ms Cory Quirino, WOW’s medical consultants, management and staff, as all enjoyed themselves to the hilt with its WOWork-out theme!

Meralco opens Liwanag Park to the public

Christmas is the time to joyful and merry and no Christmas is complete without our Christmas light. With this in mind Meralco once again opens its Liwanag Park to the public in time for the Christmas season. The park features light displays and attractions like Christmas figures made of scrap copper wire, a mini train ride for visitors, the Toy Town and a bazaar among others. In recent years, the park has been recognized as a must-see Christmas destination in the metro. The park will be open to the public every day, until January 6, from 6-10 PM.

Nails.Glow and Ph Care Team Up

Good news to all loyal customers of  Nails.Glow 

NAILS.Glow,our neighbourhood Hand and Foot Spa recently forged partnership with pH Care through the latter’s wide sampling drive. Each target customer of NAILS.Glow who will visit from its 22 branches, will receive free sample sachets and educational pamphlets courtesy of the leading feminine wash brand. Both companies are advocate of women’s health care and feminine hygiene and this is a fitting program as NDG celebrates its GLOWful 3rd year anniversary.

In the photo from left to right- Ms Ria O. Vallejo-PH Care Account Dev't Specialist, Ms Ay M. Sieveret-Marketing Director of RCB Communications Edge, Inc, Ferdie Opena-Franchise Relations Manager of NDG, Ms Ana Jay C. Opena- Gen Manager of NAILS.Glow, Ms Wella Velarde- Gen Admin Manager and Ms Catherine Pielago-Training Manager. Visit for further information.

Bellator champs: Wrestling is key for Filipino MMA supremacy

When asked what Filipino mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters can improve on to make it into the “big leagues” in the United States, champions from Bellator Fighting Championships (Bellator) pointed to one discipline: wrestling.

“At the end of the day it’s the wrestlers that you see in MMA who are doing best,” said Bellator lightweight champion Michael Chandler in an interview. “That’s a really good base to have.”

This view is echoed by fellow fighter and Bellator welterweight champion Ben Askren who gave reasons why having an amateur wrestling background is a big deal.

Globe Business Ambassador Darlyn Ty wins 2012 Agora Award

GLOBE BUSINESS AMBASSADOR Darlyn Ty is the winner of the Agora Award for Entrepreneurship, given by the Philippine Marketing Association in recognition of marketing excellence achieved by individuals and companies.  The ceremonies were held at the Hotel Inter-Continental in Makati City on October 16, 2012.

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School kids learn dengue self-defense in “Green Cross School Crashers”

CHILDREN ARE AT GREATER RISK of dengue infection, according to the Department of Health. Kids of ages 10 years and below need to level up their protection against this serious, potentially deadly disease—whether they are at home or in school.

This is why the Green Cross School Crashers campaign is a very important frontline effort to defend school children against dengue. The Green Cross School Crashers team goes to various schools in Metro Manila to empower school children by teaching them proper habits that will protect them from dengue lamok or dengue-carrying mosquitoes.

The latest site of the Green Cross School Crashers campaign is Paco Catholic School, where elementary school kids learned about the two “school crashers” that they need to watch out for: Daytime Dengue Lamok, and Nighttime Dengue Lamok.

The Green Cross School Crashers team held two interactive learning sessions in the campus on November 19th, one for Grade Four and another for Grade Six students.

Paco Catholic School Director Msgr. Rolando Dela Cruz, is happy that the students displayed much enthusiasm and learning during their participation in the interactive educational session held by the Green Cross School Crashers team for the kids.  

Though Paco Catholic School has recorded low dengue cases – 9 out of 2822 grade school students and 7 out of 2689 high school students – the school is very cooperative and welcomed the Green Cross School Crashers team. 

Double threat

One of the most important things that the Paco Catholic School kids learned is that there are actually two types, or species, of dengue lamok. one species, Aedes aegypti, bites during the day, while the other species, Aedes albopictus, bites at night.

For many, many years, people believed that Ae.aegypti was the only threat. Recently, however, Filipino entomologists discovered that another dengue lamok, Ae. albopictus, also threatens kids and families with dengue during nighttime.

So that kids can easily understand this new scientific discovery and other concepts about dengue and dengue lamok, they are taught by the Green Cross Crashers team using games, songs, dances, story-telling sessions and interaction with the Green Cross Ambassador, Ms. Green, and the two mascots: Daytime Dengue Lamok and Nighttime Dengue Lamok.

These various activities help kids understand that the threat of dengue is now double, with dengue lamok biting during the day and at night. This double threat of dengue is more worrisome when DOH statistics are considered:

Based on a DOH report, the national dengue cases from January to September 2012 now reached 95,142.  This figure is 12.94% higher compared to the same period last year which was 84, 244 cases.  DOH has also detailed that the prime dengue victims are mostly children under 10 years of age because of their weaker immune systems. 

Dengue defense

Ms. Green shared information on what students and parents can do to prevent dengue lamok from breeding. For example, getting rid of stagnant water in the house and its surroundings; this is because stagnant water is a mosquito breeding site.  

Ms. Green taught the school kids the special Day and Night Dengue Lamok Defense stance.   The stance is similar to a karate block—and while the gesture is symbolic, it derived its effectiveness from the kids’ natural affinity for movement, mimicry, and play.

Other preventive measures discussed included: wearing of long pants and long sleeved shirts; and applying insect repellent lotion to prevent mosquitoes from landing on and biting the kids’ skin.  

Green Cross Insect Repellent Lotion is clinically proven to protect against Daytime Dengue Lamok and Nighttime Dengue Lamok. It also provides the  anti-bacterial protection that the Green Cross brand is known and trusted to provide.

While dengue lamok continue to lurk around us, the Paco Catholic School kids now know how to protect themselves, thanks to Green Cross School Crashers.  Aside from the new learning the students got from the Green Cross School Crashers, Paco Catholic School personnel regularly do fumigation and clearing of stagnant water within the school’s surroundings. The school also often coordinates with its barangay for new health programs and echoes these learnings to its students and teachers.

Other Metro Manila schools that have already joined the campaign against dengue include St. Scholastica’s College Manila; St .Scholastica’s College Marikina, St. Pedro Poveda, Manila Cathedral School, Notre Dame of Greater Manila, St. Mary’s Academy of Caloocan, Diliman Preparatory School, Sienna College, St. Jude Catholic School, Philippine Cultural College, Pasig Catholic College, University of Perpetual Help, Lourdes School of Mandaluyong, Divine Light Academy, Paref Southridge School and MGC New Life School.

For more details on Green Cross School Crashers, visit or call Green Cross hotline at 0917 976 5980.


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