A few weeks ago I posted here about how thrilled I was that my question for Judy Ann Santos (or Judai) was chosen for the Johnsons Baby Philippines Facebook page live chat. I asked her about how she kept herself updated with parenting trends and tips. Yes I was thrilled because one, I think Judai is one of those artistas who has a good head on her shoulders. She seems grounded and “real”. I saw her and her hubby Ryan with their kids at Rockwell riding those mechanical animals like they were normal people. I guess I didn’t see their security detail but it was so cool to just see them do normal things parents like us would do.
And because my question was chosen, I was given a Johnson’s Baby Milk Bath gift pack! It was totally unexpected but it was such a sweet gesture. It was really cool too because that supply would last our family a good month or so (we got two big bottles of Johnsons’ Baby Milk Bath and a really soft towel).
That video where she answered my question is just one of many that Johnson’s Baby Philippines recorded. Apparently, most questions asked of her were skincare tips. Seeing Judai now, I see why it was the most popular kind of question because the woman is blooming! She is much more radiant now and in this video, she shares what keeps her skin young:
I have skin asthma and it’s important for me to use really gentle soaps and washes. I have a variety that I use consisting of organic and commercial products and among those is Johnson’s Baby Milk Bath. DW uses what I use too. If a product aggravates my skin asthma, chances are it will irritate DW’s skin too. I am his willing guinea pig and I am happy to say that Johnson’s Baby Milk Bath is part of our daily bathing rituals. I use the wash in the morning in the shower with my loofah while DW uses his with a soft washcloth.
You can view more of Mommy Judai’s skincare and other parenting tips at her special FB page within the Johnson’s Baby Philippines official Facebook page here Enjoy the videos and enjoy using Johnson’s Baby Milk Bath!
Just a Note: This post was sponsored by Nuffnang Philippines and Johnson’s Baby Philippines. The opinions and text in this post are mine but talking points were provided by the sponsors.