I get asked so many times about the different brands I use for my toiletries or bath products and I think I've disappointed quite a lot of people by saying that I only use the simplest ones. I use an unscented soap for my body, Cetaphil for my face and ANY shampoo my mom buys for my hair. I'm pretty blessed with hair that doesn't need to be treated every month and it stays alright as long as I use a shampoo with conditioner. Before I decided to cut my long hair a year ago, I did so many things to it (permed, colored x times, straightened, colored again), and I never followed mum's advice about having some sort of hot oil or hair spa treatment.
I know I have to start taking care of my hair or it will rebel against me, so it was very timely that Watsons invited me to shop at their SM Megamall branch with a chance to give one lucky reader a gift pack!!!
To win the gift pack, all you have to do is:
GUESS HOW MUCH MY ENTIRE WATSONS LOOT COSTS
1. COMMENTING ON THIS POST
State how much you think my loot costs, and include your NAME and E-MAIL.
2. by TWEETING ME @raleene
Guess the amount and include the hashtag: #raleeneXwatsons
Here's a complete list of what I got:
1. Two (2) pieces of Dermaction by Watsons gentle skin cleanser
2. Two (2) Watsons moisturizing cream bath
3. 2 pcs. of Watsons moisturizing facial mask
4. 2 tubs of Watsons repairing treatment wax
5. 2 Watsons volumizing treatment shampoo
6. 2 Watsons mint dental floss
This contest ends on July 18!
Won't be publishing your comments but will send you an e-mail if I've gotten your entry.
The first to guess the exact amount (or the closest to the amount) will win a HUGE gift pack from Watsons!
Who knows, you may even get the chance to win my faves from their line. The Dermaction facial wash is just like Cetaphil! Oh, and their shampoos smell AMAZING.
P.S. Selfy at the start of the post was an obligatory shot because I just got my hair lightened at Color My Hair today. Tryin to grow my hair (just a TEENSY bit) and was itching to do something new to it so I turned to coloring. Thank you to Ianna Hortaleza and the nice peeps at CMH! :)