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Maymay Entrata and other members of the Modess Squad 2019 shared their tips on how to #KeepMoving during the first Modess Move Camp

September 12, 2019 – alike Editorial Team

Menstruation is a natural and inevitable part of being a woman. However, most girls who experience it still feels uneasy about it – especially when it occurs.

Acccording to the global survey that Johnson & Johnson conducted, it was revealed that 1 out of 2 girls feel uncomfortable during their period. This discomfort often leads to irritation and even hinders girls from doing what they want because of the fear of having leaks (tagos).

Ms. Frankie Velante, Senior Brand Manager for Modess said, “We believe that the fear of tagos or leaks and that uneasy feeling of wetness or that feeling of sudden gushes shouldn’t stop us from being who we are, from doing what we love to do.”

To encourage girls to #KeepMoving amidst their period days, Modess held their first-ever MODESS Move Camp

Hundreds of girls went and spent their afternoon with the Modess Squad of 2019: Bella Racelis, Hazel Quing, Kim Kianna Dy, Jai Asuncion and Agassi Ching.

The members of the Modess Squad led different Camp Classes where they shared their tips and tricks on how to #KeepMoving with Modess during period days to help young girls discover a drier and more comfortable period experience.


Active Camp: Professional athlete Kim Kianna Dy shared how girls can continue being active during menstruation and demonstrated exercises that girls can do even with their period.



Campus Style Camp: Student-vlogger Hazel Quing gave some tips on how girls can dress up comfortably during period days.

             


Pads for boys Camp:YouTube couple Jai Asuncion and Agassi Ching inspired girls to be more comfortable around boys during period days.


Beauty Camp:Beauty and lifestyle content creator Bella Racelis talked about how girls can keep feeling confidently beautiful even during period days.



Modess also revealed that Maymay Entrata is their newest brand ambassador!

Maymay shared how she found confidence in her craft and hopes to inspire young girls to #KeepMoving even during their period days.



Even with their period, today’s girls need not to worry about leaks and wetness, so they can confidently and comfortably #KeepMoving with the all new and improved Modess. The new Modess has the advanced Close Fit Center that absorbs 2x faster and safely spreads fluid within the pad for superior dryness and protection.

Understanding how menstruation and menstrual hygiene remains to be an uncomfortable topic among teenage girls, Modess partners with the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) to conduct a series of school tours that aim to educate more girls about menstrual hygiene and empower them to #KeepMoving with Modess during period days. 


“Through this partnership, and with your support, we hope to educate 500,000 girls nationwide and help end period stigma,” said President and Managing Director of Johnson & Johnson Philippines, Mr. Raghu Krishnan.


Philippine Red Cross Secretary General Elizabeth Zaballa and President & Managing Director of Johnson & Johnson Philippines Raghu Krishnan spearheaded the launch of the MODESS #FeMOVEment in partnership with PRC.





To know more about how you, too, can #KeepMovingwith MODESS, visit www.facebook.com/modessangelsofficial/

The all new and improved Modess is available in leading supermarkets, drug stores, and department stores nationwide. 


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