Rhea Tan, the owner of leading beauty and wellness brand, the Beautéderm, has been in the news lately spending her time this year as the CEO who is helping communities. In October, she donated 500,000 in cash, 3 million worth of Beautéderm item fundamentals, and 350,000 worth of staple things to Typhoon Maring casualties in Ilocos.
In November, when Ulysses hit our country, Rhea sold her branded bags and handed proceeds to typhoon victims.
Tan also extended her hands going around different hospitals and visiting frontliners, donating medical needs during COVID-19 pandemic.
Through her Beautéderm Contribéaut, she also gave cash to affected families during first and second lockdown. Some of the receivers were students and teachers.
Recently, the business mogul helped Typhoon Odette victims. Last November and December, she launched Maja Salvador, Andrea Brillantes, and Jelai Andres as Beautéderm’s newest endorsers.
Beautëderm recently launched new products Reiko and Kenzen which are now available in the market.
“My hope for the New Year is for the pandemic to end and that everyone will be Blessed with a fresh new start this 2022.
“The past two years were very trying and challenging.
I wish for business to pick-up. I pray that family and friends could be together and spend time with each other with no fear and anxiety in their hearts.
I am hoping for the sustained and continued decline of covid cases not only here in the Philippines but around the world as well.
And it is my fervent Prayer that we all value our health and never take things for granted — especially the simple things that bring us so much joy: long lunches with friends, family bondings, and physical time with the people we care for,” said the beauty empire mogul as she welcomes the new year 2022.