Stay healthy this quarantine summer with these Araneta City finds


This summer, being hydrated is not enough. People nowadays must observe more health practices to keep them refreshed and safe during this pandemic.

We have listed down below essential tips that can help you stay fit, get strong, and energized during the quarantine summer.

Improve your digestion

Have a high-fiber diet that’s rich in whole grains, vegetables, fruits, and legumes to improve your digestive health.

Visit the Farmers Market in Araneta City for your daily supply of fresh produce. Or buy your vegetables and fruits at the comfort of your homes via the Araneta City Assist. Check out the list of Farmers Market stores and their contact numbers on the Araneta City mobile app. You may also send a message at the Farmers Market and Garden Viber Community.

Take care of your skin

Being stuck at home can leave us with an insufficient amount of sunlight that can dull our skin. Now even at home, we advise you to start a skincare routine that can maintain the glow of your skin.

Luxe Organix’s Power Glow Serum is packed with Vitamin C and Galactomyces that brighten dull skin, minimize pores, and increase collagen production. It is best used every morning a sit has antioxidants that improve our skin health. 

This is available in Watsons in Gateway Mall, Ali Mall, Farmers Plaza, and Manhattan Gardens.

Hydrate your skin

Quarantine stress and exhaustion can greatly affect our skin, making it dry and pale. Drinking a sufficient amount of water can help hydrate our body, but it takes a little more effort for our skin to be revitalized.

With Mediheal D:NA Aquaring, hydrating our skin gets easier. This proatin hydrating mask will deliver moisture and nutrition to your tired skin, eliminate wrinkles, and revitalize skin. 

This is available in Watsons in Gateway Mall, Ali Mall, Farmers Plaza, and Manhattan Gardens.

Heal your body

Take advantage of being locked down at home to relax and to heal. Look at this opportunity as a way to recreate yourself, cleanse the pollution out of your system, and to ease off stress.

Working tirelessly can give us a lot of afflictions like body pain and aches. Give yourself a long-lasting yet soothing relief of pain with Tiger Balm® Plaster-RD! This relaxing plaster is made with herbal formulation—which relieves aching sensations while providing comfort to the affected area. 

Find this in any Watsons and Mercury Drug Store.

Breath clean air

Aside from cleaning off the dust and dirt in your homes, it is important to ensure the quality of air that you breath.

Have a three-in-one air purifier, humidifier, and cooler at home with Swiss Breeze 3 in 1 Air Purifier Humidifier Cooler USB Mini Portable Air Conditioner. It offers three-in-one multi-functions: refrigeration, humidification, and air purification functions in one device.

It is powered either by USB charging or AC current supply, and has built-in water tank that can last for 8 hours once full. 

This is available at Handyman in Farmers Plaza and Ali Mall.

Indulge in healthy pleasures

Being quarantined at home doesn’t need to be boring and bland even when you’re on a diet. It is both restricting to be quarantined and diet at the same time. So here’s a hack to indulge in dessert even on a diet.

Keto Pint PH has finally arrived at Robinsons Supermarket! Experience ice cream with 0% sugar and 100% all-natural ingredients in a variety of delicious flavors: Sea Salt Caramel, Chocolate, Peanut Butter Cup, Mint Chip, and Coffee. Who says you can’t have dessert when you’re on a healthy diet? 

Be sure to grab them at these Robinsons Supermarket in Gateway Mall.

Araneta City malls (Gateway Mall, Ali Mall and Farmers Plaza) are open from 10 am to 7 pm until April 30, 2021. Try our Drive & Go curbside pickup service for a safer and more convenient shopping experience. Or, for Gateway Mall shoppers, check out our Ask Ara personal virtual shopper service.

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