Physiogel Bloggers Workshop @ Le Meridien KL

7 May 2012
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Thanks to Nuffnang, I was invited to Physiogel Bloggers Workshop at Le Meridien KL last week. The bloggers feasted with some delicious food and mingled around with each other while waiting for the workshop to start. As for me, I got to know many new blogger friends since I was quite new πŸ˜‰
Physiogel Bloggers Workshop
Filling our empty stomach πŸ˜‰
Checking our skin before workshop begins.
Guess what 32.8% means? It means DRY skin! T.T
Normal hydration level should be above 37%.
We get to sample their products too!
Test it, feel it and smell it.
I have heard of Physiogel through the radio previously but I have no idea what it is until today. Physiogel is a skincare range developed by Stiefel, a specialized pharmaceutical company that focuses on the advancement of dermatology and skincare for over 160 years. Stiefel is part of the GlaxoSmithKline group of companies. Physiogel was only available in clinics and hospitals previously but they have recently decided to make it more widely available to consumers.
Physiogel’s newly launched products for consumers.
Our first speaker of the day was Dr. Leong Kin Fon, a Paediatric Dermatologist. He explained to us what is dry skin and a lot of facts about Atopic Dermatitis in a very humorous way! I’m impressed!
Dr. Leong Kin Fon

Dry skin is a very normal skin condition especially to older individuals. How do you identify the symptoms of dry skin?

Itchiness is the key symptom of having dry skin. Besides, if you feel that the skin of your face became tight after cleansing, it means you’re having dry skin. Cracks and fissures may occur when skin dryness is severe.

On the other hand, Atopic dermatitis (eczema) is a chronic skin condition that causes itchy inflammation and most often affects infants and young children. It is not easy to treat eczema as there are many factors that can aggravate it. Among the factors are dry skin, stress, sweat, pollution, temperature and food such as milk, fish, soy, egg and wheat.

In order to improve both dry skin and eczema, a good skincare regime is very important. Products that are unsuitable will worsen skin condition and cause further inflammation to the already sensitive skin.

This is what happens when Spongebob in your skin is dry!! NOOOOO~~!

Our second speaker of the day, Ms. Florence Chan, Senior Product Manager of OTC Dermatology Unit at Stiefel explains why Physiogel is the best solution for dry skin and eczema patients.

Ms. Florence Chan

I know what you’re probably wondering right now about Physiogel.
What is so special about Physiogel? There are many moisturisers available in pharmacies, over-the-counter, etc. that promises hydration. Why Physiogel? 

Firstly, Physiogel is hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic (doesn’t block pores), soap-free and doesn’t contain any colourant, perfume and preservatives, making it gentle enough for inflamed sensitive skin.

I know, still not impressive enough right? The most special part is this: Physiogel’s innovative Derma Membrane Structure (DMS) technology contains ceramide and other physiological lipids that mimic the lipids found within our skin to repair dehydrated skin naturally unlike other moisturisers that use oil-water emulsifiers. Plus, it rehydrates the skin by locking in moisture for up to three days.

We were shown some testimonial videos on how Physiogel has helped a few patients that has severe dry skin condition until it affected their daily lifestyle. They’re skin condition improved dramatically after few weeks usage of Physiogel.

Price wise could be a bit pricey but from the feedbacks I received from my family members, Physiogel product really works!

Our individual photo frames ready for collection!

Thanks to Jess Lee for the group photo!

Physiogel is now available at all major pharmacies near you! γƒ½(^。^)δΈΏ

P/S: Sorry for the blur photos as the forgetful me forgot to bring DSLR :p

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  • Hi there,saw your post about Physiogel. Would like to ask if you try their product?

    • Yes, I did try Physiogel products.
      They're really moisturizing!

  • I think my skin will read below 37 too! I have really dry skin…

    • OMG seriously? My skin is actually oily on the outside but dry on the inside >.<

  • Ahaha~ im a spongebob. Ok, maybeI should try their products, will them cause pimples? =OOO

    • Don't worry dear! It won't cause pimples cos it's non-comedogenic πŸ˜€

  • Looks like u're getting more popular, sweetie πŸ™‚ Happy blogging!

  • Urs is 32.8? Gosh I wonder what mine would be! Would be worse I guess… The spongebob is a cute touch to a presentation!

  • Love Physiogel. Works well for me especially when I get my eczema attacks.

    • Seems like it's getting more and more popular! πŸ™‚

  • woots! awesome event there! πŸ˜€

    • ABSOLUTELY! It was a very educational workshop πŸ˜€

  • So fun… you seem to have lots of activities mainly because you're a blogger. Cool o.

    Sooo, when do we get to see a review from you of Physiogel? πŸ˜€ Letak banyak-banyak gambar ya hehee.

    Happy Thursday, Charmaine.

    • Hehe I promise it'll be soon okay? πŸ™‚
      Cheers!

  • Great entry dear! Iam not done my entry yet.. πŸ˜‰

  • i've heard and read a lot of positive reviews of this product. perhaps i should give it a try too. with age catching up, i think my hydration level is less than 37% too.

    • Aww yeah… women really should take care of their skin as young as possible πŸ™‚

  • Omaigod!! you didn't tell us you were a model too. hik hik. Nice meeting you that day Charmaine! πŸ™‚