“We rise by lifting each other up.”
Dar Ty-Nilo, founder and President of Belle de Jour Power Planner, said this last April 25 at Neutrogena and Belle de Jour Power Planner’s visioning workshop. The event, in line with the skincare brand’s “See What’s Possible” campaign and BDJ’s message on the magic of dreams, was held to help Filipinas explore their potential and turn their dreams into realities.
Trixie Esguerra, Philippines’ premier Vision Board Coach, led the event’s Vision Board party, where the women learned how a vision board can help them see their dreams with clarity. Not only did the workshop help the participants focus on their goals but it also challenged them to work outside of their comfort zones to better explore the possibilities and opportunities they can achieve.
With encouraging words, Trixie pushed the women to see how visualizing their dreams can actually help in actualizing them:
“The only person stopping you from becoming greater than you already are is yourself so now give yourself the permission to dream, and dream big!”
During the event, Neutrogena showcased how they push limits with their products such as the Deep Clean Foaming Cleanser.
Board-certified dermatologist of Institut Dermalogique and author, Dr. Mabelle Fernandez-Colayco, shared the science behind the Deep Clean Foaming Cleanser’s key ingredient, Pure Glycerin. Not only does it cleanse the skin but it helps bring back moisture as well.
See What’s Possible
With Neutrogena’s goal of enabling women to see what’s possible, assistant brand manager for beauty, Fitz Richard Domingo, shared just how important their campaign was in empowering people:
“The first humans explored what’s possible during their time, which eventually helped us evolve into an advanced species far more superior than other animals. If we want to keep evolving and to keep getting better, we must really help each other see what’s possible.
The Magic of Dreams
Working to help Filipinas live their lives to the fullest, the Belle de Jour Power Planner community wanted to impart a message of positivity and proactivity through this event, encouraging women to actualize their dreams. Dar left the participants with a question that reminds everyone just how important it is to dream:
“How can we see a better Philippines if we don’t encourage Filipinos to dream?”