Cheska Kramer took some time out from her busy schedule for a Meet and Greet with three mommy winners of the Moringa-O2 Mommy Moment Promo at the Gymboree Play and Music Center in Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila.

Mommies Kristine Joy Rufino, Aileen Grace Sia, and Mary Rose Quizon, had the opportunity to bond with Team Kramer, including an exclusive informal chat with Cheska on parenting, balancing family and work life, and tips on choosing the right products for her children.

Cheska shared with them how she disciplines her kids, without having to resort to drastic forms of punishment for wrong deeds. “With children, you don’t expect them to get it right away,” she said. “You have to be patient enough to teach them, and don’t teach them na tinatakot mo sila (don’t use scare tactics), because you don’t want them to remember out of fear. You want them to remember because it’s the right thing to do.” In the Kramer household, the children know that daddy Doug Kramer is the boss, and Cheska always consults him for things the kids want to do. She and Doug discuss things together so that when the children ask permission from either Doug or Cheska, they will not be confused because both parents give the same reply.

When asked about how she balances her hectic schedule with her responsibilities for the family, Cheska shared that she arranges her activities such that she can have “me” time to relax and be by herself. She divides her time by knowing what her priorities are and where her happiness lies. She reiterated, “I am a mother first, my happiness is with my children and my family. My career is just second to it. I am a wife and mother first, before anything else.”

Cheska disclosed that she is the type of mother that constantly researches on what products are good for her and her family. “I’m really the type of mom who reads the label. Titignan ko kung ano yung ingredients and everything, tumitingin din ako sa Google kung ano ang harmful chemicals.” Throughout her quest for quality products, she discovered Moringa-O2.

“What I like about Moringa-O2 is that it’s not only good for me, it’s also good for my kids. You can already see from there that it’s really gentle. I also like that it smells good. I particularly like the Moringa-O2 Insect Repellent.”

She added, ”Moringa-O2 products are so easy to partner together, like the Moringa-O2 Therapy Oil plus the Lotion. My skin is normal to dry, so I try to see sa weather if I need extra moisture. I like that you can manipulate the Moringa-O2 Lotion with their other products.”

Cheska also noted that mothers should be very careful in choosing products for their children, such as the choice of insect repellent. “A lot of moms just think of protecting their kids from mosquitos but they forget to protect their children from harmful chemicals. I am kampante that Moringa-O2 protects my children from mosquitoes and insects, at the same time protecting my children from harmful chemicals.

 She ended by saying, “ I am very blessed that I am endorsing something that I really believe in. Moringa-O2 makes it easy for me to talk about it, which is great, since I don’t want to talk about something that will be hard for me to defend.”

Moringa-O2 skin and hair care products are infused with a rare blend of Malunggay, Olive Oil, and Omega from Sunflower Oil, rich in anti-oxidants, multivitamins and minerals that deeply nourish and moisturize the skin, hair and scalp.

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