Cream Silk Launched Newest Campaign #ConditionedForGreater

I braved the Wednesday traffic just to see and be with women in power.
You see, I've always admired women in position. Those who were born leaders. Salute to these wonderful women. I love listening to them and their successful life stories since I cannot do these things and have always been declining opportunities that would come my way. It's so unfortunate that I'm unable to contribute anything to make this world a better place. Yes, according to Ms. Karen Davila, the world would be a better place if women are in leadership.
The World Economic Forum (WEF)'s Global Gender Gap Report for 2018 also ranked the Philippines eighth among 149 countries in achieving gender equality. What does this mean? We live in a country where we want women to actually succeed. Corporations are now open to women taking higher level.

But did you know, 7 out of 10 Filipinas are still settling – unfulfilled with where they are professionally, feeling like they can do more than what they are doing now?
They refuse to go further due to self-doubt and lack of means and opportunities.

Cream Silk wants to change this and inspire the Filipina to never settle, to always strive for greatness because there is no dream too big for her.
When you empower and educate a woman, the investment goes in a much longer way. Women really take the responsibility in a whole different level.

Through the years, Cream Silk has represented the Filipina to be at her ultimate. With its range of expert products, the brand has empowered Filipinas to go beyond just basic hair care to an elevated standard of beauty and achievement. Now, more and more Filipinas believe that there’s no better time to be a woman, especially in terms of achieving greater things and advancing in their careers.

Cream Silk launched its brand purpose campaign #ConditionedForGreater through a film featuring outstanding Filipinas who have gone from good to great: Miss Universe winners Pia Wurtzbach and Catriona Gray, award-winning entertainer Nadine Lustre, actress and artist Heart Evangelista, among others. These women serve as role models for all Filipinas to continue to work hard and strive for greater things, no matter what path they take.

To reach more Filipinas and provide them with access to more opportunities, Cream Silk partnered with, the largest education technology platform in the Philippines, to launch an online academy powered by learning platforms Google Digital Garage and Kadenze. This learning hub offers 15 free online courses for aspiring businesswomen, creatives and storytellers, curated by industry experts and renowned universities from all over the world. By signing up online for courses on a wide range of topics, including entrepreneurship, videography, data Analytics and public speaking, Filipinas now have access to world-class tools to take the next step to greatness in the field that they desire.

Through these, Cream Silk continues to champion the potential within every Filipina. She is done with good; she is #ConditionedForGreater. Visit to learn more about taking the next step to greatness.

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