Sunday, November 13, 2016


Balding, Hair Loss and Receding Hairline is an inevitable part of life. Research says, that there are nine factors caused by balding. The common factors are Genetics, Stress, Smoking, Diet, Skin Disease and more. Naturally, it feels scary when it comes to hair loss and if we could put it off, we'll do every possible way.

Now say goodbye to hair thinning or hair loss!! Here's the NOVUHAIR TOPICAL SCALP LOTION. It nourishes scalp, strengthens and prevents hair loss!

Novuhair Topical Scalp Lotion

NOVUHAIR TOPICAL SCALP LOTION is recommended to men and women, 12 years old and above, who are experiencing excessive hair loss, hair thinning and bald patches, those who want to stimulate hair growth, those who are looking for a natural alternative solution to prevent dandruff and scalp itchiness and to those who are in need of cleansing and detoxification. The use of a mild herbal shampoo is strongly suggested to wash and prepare the hair and scalp prior to the application of the Topical Scalp Lotion.

How to use NOVUHAIR?
Apply NOVUHAIR Topical Scalp Lotion all over your scalp twice daily (morning and night). Using your finger tips, massage gently for 5-10 minutes.

What are the natural ingredients found in NOVUHAIR Topical Scalp Lotion?
It contains a unique combination of 19 different natural ingredients and essential oils for a healthier hair and scalp such as Zingiber Officinale, Moringa Oleifera, Centella Asiatica, Cocos Mamillaris, Panax Ginseng, Phyllanthus Emblica, Aloe Barbadensis, Piper Nigrum, Biotin, Dexpanthenol, Distilled Water, Natural Ethyl Alcohol, Acacia Concinna, Cymbopogon, Citratus, Mentha Piperita, Cathamus Tinctorius, Lavandula Officinalis, Rosmarinus Officinalis and Propanediol.

Sunday, July 3, 2016


Please be informed that starting on July 1, 2016 the Statement of Premium Accounts (SPA) must be presented upon payment of Philhealth Premium Contributions in lieu of the Philhealth Premium Payment Slip (PPPS) in compliance of  Philhealth Circular 2016-0008.

The SPA is generated by employers through their Electronic Premium Remittance System or EPRS. The EPRS has been mandated for use by all employers since April 2015 per Philhealth Circular No. 004-2015. It is an online platform for employers to update employee records, remit premium contributions online and reporting of employee contributions to Philhealth.

All employers in the private and government sectors are advised to register on EPRS or visit the nearest Philhealth office and coordinate with their respective Philhealth Accounts Management Specialists (PAIMS) to do so.

sample of Statement of Premium Accounts (SPA)

Tuesday, June 28, 2016


I got a chance to try it for free the new dishwashing liquid available in the market, the Bubble Man Liquid Dishwashing. My friend introduce it to me and honestly, I hesitated at first because I was used to the leading brand I'm using at home. I'm very much practical in choosing a household product. I'm not into quantity nor into the one that cost you less. I look into quality the product offers. But after a few days of testing the product, it's safe for me to say that there's a new alternative for Mom like me to replace the overly priced leading brand. True to its tagline, Bubble Man Dishwashing Liquid is gentle on hands and the easy rinse formula is very effective. I also like the smell which is not too strong. 

This new dishwashing liquid comes in 3 (three) variant: Lemon, Kalamansi and Antibac. Available in 2 sizes, 270ml and 880ml.

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Good news for all the Moms out there, the 270ml bottle cost only at P32.50 it's very affordable compared to the leading brand. They have a running promo now, buy 2 bottles of 32ml for Php55.00 while 2 bottles of 880ml for only Php120.00.  It is indeed a great deal! As for opening the bottle, be sure that you have  a good grip to pull the lock 'coz I had a hard time on opening it myself though. 
Another thing is, Bubble Man Dishwashing Liquid is made from biodegradable ingredients. It is! It doesn't contain the Sodium Tripolyphospate. Much safer to use and eco-friendly. Truly amazing huh! How is that? We all know that Sodium Tripolyphospate is harmful to our planet. So switch now to Bubble Man Dishwahsing Liquid. Bear in mind that by using this,  you are helping save the environment in your own little way. Overall, Bubble Man Dishwashing Liquid is something that your money worth to buy for.

Bubble Man Dishwashing Liquid is a product of Mikewell World of Household Products, Inc and is now available in all supermarkets nationwide and you may also place an order online. Visit their facebook page to know more about the product.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016


The Social Security System launched the SSS PESO Fund (Personal Equity and Savings Option)  a voluntary Provident Fund open for existing SSS members. It is voluntary Fund giving an opportunity to the members to save for their retirement tax-free and with guaranteed earnings.

Who may apply:
  • All members of SSS who is below 55 years of age
  • Have paid contributions in the regular program at least six (6) consecutive months within the 12-month period prior to the month of enrollment
  • Self-employed (SE), voluntary (VM) and OFW members should be paying the maximum amount of contributions under the regular program
  • Have not filed any final claim under the regular program
For enrollment please visit the nearest SSS branch near you. Membership in the Fund begins with the payment of the first contribution to the P.E.S.O. Fund. A member can contribute to the P.E.S.O. Fund anytime he/she has excess funds. Each member shall be allowed a maximum contribution of Php100,000.00 per annum and a minimum of Php1,000.00 per contribution.

The members contributions shall be allocated to three (3) types of accounts:
  1. Retirement/Total Disability - 65%
  2. Medical - 25%
  3. General Purpose (such as education, housing, livelihood, unemployment) - 10%
Withdrawal from the SSS P.E.S.O. Fund are not allowed on retirement/total disability. The portion allotted to the medical and general purpose accounts are allowed to be withdrawn. The member will receive benefits from the P.E.S.O. Fund upon filing for a retirement, total disability or death claim under the regular SSS program. The member's contributions and the earnings from the SSS P.E.S.O. Fund  may opt to receive this in monthly pension, lump sum or a combination of both.

Sunday, May 15, 2016

SSS Loan Restructuring Program!

Good news! The Social Security System has launched the Loan Restructuring Program (LRP) for members with past due calamity loans and other short-term loans. To qualify, members live or work in calamity areas as declared by the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) or the national government.

The LRP covers calamity loan borrowers in the 1990s following the Mt. Pinatubo eruption and 1990 earthquake, and members with past due short term loans in declared calamity areas after the onslaught of tropical storms and typhoons Ondoy in 2009; Sendong in 2011; Pedring, Quiel and Pablo in 2012; Labuyo, Maring, Santi, Yolanda and Agaton in 2013; Glenda, Mario, Ruby and Seniang in 2014; Lando and Nona in 2015. Also included are the Zamboanga armed conflict and the Bohol-Cebu earthquake which both occurred in 2013.
Apart from installment payments, the borrower can also opt to pay the outstanding principal and interest in full.. For both schemes, SSS shall waive all the loan penalties after the member has completed paying the restructured loan.
The LRP covers short-term SSS loan programs including the Salary Loan, Salary Loan Early Renewal Program (SLERP), Emergency Loan, Calamity Loan, Voc Tech Loan, Y2K Loan, Investments Incentive Loan, Study Now Pay Later Plan, and the previously-offered Educational Loan, which is different from the ongoing Educational Assistance (Educ-Assist) Loan Program. Stock Investment, Privatization Fund and Educ-Assist loans are excluded from the LRP.
To qualify, the loan must be past due for at least six months and the member must be living or working in a declared calamity area as of the date of the disaster attested through an Affidavit of Residency. Members granted any final benefit claim prior to the LRP availment period and those who committed fraud against the SSS are disqualified from the program.


The PVC-type Health Insurance Card (HIC) issued to PhilHealth members in the Formal Economy and Informal Sector on a voluntary basis at a cost of Php 90.00 is a duly recognized valid government-issued identification card which should be honored in all transactions requiring the verification of a person’s identity.
The same ID may also be presented in PhilHealth accredited providers in lieu of the Member’s Data Record (MDR) together with a properly accomplished Claim Form 1 (CF-1) during benefit availment. However, Informal Sector members are still required to present a proof of payment to avail of benefits.
All concerned government agencies, as well as PhilHealth accredited collecting agents, are requested to recognize and include the said HIC in their list of honored IDs.