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Gilda’s Club

            I’ve been meaning to post about our time at Gilda’s Club for awhile now but just didn’t get around to finishing it since it’s been so busy. But here’s a little bit about a great day that we had supporting this terrific organization!
            On November 12, 2011, we were privileged to present our products on the Health and Wellness day atthe Gilda’s Club in NYC. Since opening, GCNYC has offered a place where men, women and children living with cancer – and their families and friends – can join together to build social and emotional support as a supplement to medical care. The Health and Wellness Day was created to bring in counselors and industry experts to provide information and consultations for its members to improve their health and lifestyles.
            We arrived early to set up for the day. To my surprise, I saw that most of the volunteers were young women and that there were few men volunteers. It is wonderful to see young people taking their Saturday off to care for those living with cancer. I did not have time to get to know them but they were all very pleasant. There were two persons I had the pleasure to get to know a little more. One was the coordinator of the event, Lydia. She is also a young lady that clearly gave her whole heart to the community members tirelessly running around to make sure everyone was fine without even having a chance to sit down. I think she deserves a huge thumps up. Another one was a volunteer for the event named Kelvin who was one of the photographers. He’s also a lawyer like my son. He was taking his valuable time to serve people in need. I think his time was well spent. He made a lot of ladies smile in He was very pleasant and helpful, also taking pictures with great passion. I think all of the volunteers deserved to be praised.
            I understand that cancer adds tremendous pressure to the patients as well as to the families. Dealing and coping with the uncertainty of what the future will hold can be quite distressful. This stress can contribute to a lot of dryness to the skin along with other factors to create some unwelcome appearances on the face. Dealing with the disease is stress enough but calming the skin is another issue.
            Our products are not medicated but are very mild and will not irritate the skin. After continued use over time, it can improve the skin. Usually, I demonstrate our products on people’s hands since most people are hesitant with new products on their face. But at this event, a lot of people wanted us to apply the products to their face and started to line up for me for facial applications! I was a little concerned, because most of them had Rosacea and other skin problems they were sometimes fairly severe. But I also know our products are very mild and was confident that they would not irritate their skin. I carefully cleaned and toned their skin and applied our creams on their faces. The wonderful thing we immediately noticed was that the redness on their skin calmed down a lot. They were very happy with the results.
            The Fair by Gilda’s Club was very rewarding. We put a tremendous amount of effort into this program, but it was worth it just to see people happy. We cannot do much to cure their disease, but we were able to contribute a little smile on their face. That was enough for us.
                                                                                          Winnie

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Sensitive skin poll

Hello! Just wanted to let you all know that I am working on a couple of new posts, so stay tuned! In the mean time, if you could please participate in my sensitive skin poll, I’d appreciate it.
 
~Winnie
 

Cool MAYLAN Video Review

EXCITING NEWS! Mandi Wofford, a freelance makeup artist from Texas, reviewed two MAYLAN products including MAYLAN’s Eye Cream and Overnight Cream. This is our first video review and I cannot be more thankful. Thank you so much Mandi and I hope you all enjoy!!

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Hello World!

            My name is Winnie Chan and in my 60+ years as a wife, mother, immigrant, fashion designer, confidante, and new grandmother, I’ve come to learn a few things and to share a few things.
            So, you might be thinking, what is this blog about? The answer is very simple and very complex at the same time. I created this blog to share my life experiences with you all. Through many different life experiences, I realized so much about my life and decided that it’s my time to share my stories, advice, tips, and more in hopes that I’ll make a difference in someone’s life. Years ago, I realized that my youth was fading away and I began experimenting with anti-aging creams. I struggled with finding products that suited my super sensitive skin. My loving husband Henry decided to help me and began formulating skin creams that were effective yet suited my sensitive skin. Thus, MAYLAN Skincare was born, and I’ve never been happier! With this same love & generosity my husband brought into my life, I want to share my life experiences with you all in hopes that you take away something meaningful, and if not at least get a good laugh! I’ve become passionate about sharing tips and tricks on how to care for your skin, and offer my “Winnie Wisdom” on many other topics, so please do ask questions and leave comments!