PEP Gift Guide Day 43: Quick skin moisturizing tip from Bea Alonzo

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Feeling a little dry this cold Christmas season? Then follow Bea Alonzo's simple beauty trick. Argan body oil from Morocco is a great alternative for people who don't like the icky feeling of lotion on the skin. It's non-greasy and also has skin-healing and anti-aging properties.

43 DAYS TO GO. Most female celebrities are good-looking, but not all are exactly blessed with naturally fair and smooth skin like Bea Alonzo.

Seeing how many beauty endorsements she has—plus the fact that she has made it to various lists of most beautiful women, including YES! Magazine's annual 100 Most Beautiful Stars—it is safe to say that the actress is one of Philippine showbiz's loveliest.

Her beauty secrets have been revealed to (Philippine Entertainment Portal) before, and that includes religious cleansing, toning, and moisturizing.

GALLERY: Bea Alonzo shares secret to her radiant glow

She also credits her healthy eating habits as one of the factors that make her skin simply gorgeous.

As for her body, Bea gets regular non-surgical skin treatments that keep her skin radiant and glowing all the time.

On a daily basis, she moisturizes her skin, but not with common lotions.

She explains why: "I prefer body oil kaysa sa lotion.

"Hindi ako masyadong mahilig sa lotion because, ano... di ba humid dito sa atin?

"Malagkit minsan sa skin ko ang lotion, so I use body oil instead."

The holiday season, treat your friends, who, like Bea, dislike the icky feeling of wearing lotion, with this argan body oil from Bench Organics.

Argan oil has been scientifically proven to have nutritive and cosmetic properties.

According to beauty website, this "liquid gold" from the Kingdom of Morocco in North Africa has elements that can prevent skin aging, reduce the appearance of stretchmarks and scars, and promote skin cell renewal.

It is also good to use on the hair, scalp, and nails.

For the price of P199, you and your friends can have healthy, glowing skin like Bea Alonzo this holiday season.





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