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Ian Veneracion is one of the actors I grew up with. I remember going to their house in Las Pinas to ask for an autograph, but when I saw his face and then he smiled at us, I was left speechless. I was starstruck. I can’t help but smile all the time looking at him. I left his house with no autograph in hand. LOL!
Anyway, I am glad to hear that Conzace, the multivitamin brand that I am fond of, welcomed him as their new brand ambassador. Ian Veneracion is the new face for Conzace.
THE FACE OF CONZACE
Now at 42, Veneracion has again endeared today’s generation as Engineer Antonio “Anton” Noble IV of the famous prime time teleserye, ‘A Love to Last.’ And before that, as Eduardo Buenavista in the 2015 remake of ‘Pangako Sa Yo.’ That role catapulted his career to leading man stature.
Behind his showbiz career, he is also known as a painter, an athlete, a pilot, a chef, and of course his favorite role to play in his real life, a family man. With all this, he needed a multivitamin and minerals that will help him cope up with the demands of his everyday life. Ian was quoted saying, “I need strong immunity as well as healthy skin and hair, I cannot afford to get sick, and look stressed—I am glad I have Conzace to give me all that and more.” This is the reason why he agreed to become the new face for Conzace.
THE ZACE EFFECT
General Practitioners and Dermatologists in the Philippines prescribe Conzace because of its clinically-proven ZACE formulation, an acronym for Zinc, Vitamins A, C, and E. “This unique formulation in Conzace creates a synergistic effect that is clinically proven to help boost immunity, promote healthy skin and hair, and assist in wound healing as it speeds up skin regeneration,” says Jimenez.
Veneracion said that he choose Conzace because it helps him develop stronger resistance against colds and flu, achieve better and clearer skin, and flaunt a shinier and healthier hair. On top of that, he can have more time with his family despite his hectic schedule.