An Extraordinary SoMom that is Patty!

I "met" Patty very long time ago online in a forum. We met once I think but lost touch and only got to reconnet again last year. When I learned she got breast cancer, I didn't know how to react to the news. But Patty put her game face on right after learning about her cancer.

Last week, Physiogel brought three extraordinary women, all breast cancer fighters to share story all while feeling and looking their best.
Some of the SoMoms went to the event to support Patty! We love you Patty! Hihi

The remarkable women are Patty B. Balquiedra, 44, a blogger, online entrepreneur and a mother of two; Alya B. Honasan, a veteran editor and writer for newspapers, magazines, and books. She is also a certified Iyengar yoga teacher, an avid scuba-diver, an occasional theater actor, and a doting mom to her dog Kikay; and Michee Cadhit, head of the customer service and international relations department of The Medical City and a mother of three.
Michee, Patty, and Alya
One common trait they have is they are fighters. When they learned they have cancer, they all went to fight mode. Each of them had different stories but they all looked at the bright the side and see cancer as one of the best thing that ever happened to them.

Watch this video! (Oh ang get tissue before you press play)

I admire their positivity and these women really are an inspiration!

As these three cancer fighters know, having dry skin after breast cancer radiation treatment is an inconvenient aftereffect. Patty, Alya and Michee suffer from dry, flaky, itchy and sunburn-like skin after each session.
I, myself, use Physiogel on my dry skin caused by my skin asthma. I also used Physiogel cleanser on my kids when they're were still a newborn.

Physiogel, however, helps them get relief from their discomfort. Alya swears by the efficiency of the product, moreso because it was endorsed by her personal surgeon. Michee, meanwhile, uses Physiogel to ease the scars and rashes caused by radiation. Last, Patty knew about the virtues of the product long before she underwent chemotherapy.
As part of its advocacy in supporting breast cancer patients, portion of the proceeds of the Physiogel sales for October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, will go to the I Can Serve Foundation.

Physiogel is the No. 1 dermatologist-prescribed moisturizer according to the Philippine Medical Data Index (PMDI MAT 2012) and is available in leading drugstores and supermarkets nationwide. It is also available in handy 10ml sachets. Ask your dermatologist and pediatrician about Physiogel.
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