Penelope Martinez

Content Marketer

Philippines

Hello! I'm Penelope Martinez, a content marketing professional for Garnier, a skincare brand that aims to help women uncover their natural beauty by offering a natural way to nurture their skin. I'm a big fan of skincare and an advocate of sustainability. In my spare time, I enjoy travelling, listening to music, spending time with friends, and discovering new skills.

Portfolio
www.greenunion.co.uk
06/29/2021
Starting Your Sustainable Skincare Journey

Choosing sustainable skincare over traditional products can give you that youthful glow you're looking for. Also, you won't have to worry about any harsh chemicals and toxins that may cause your skin to break out. Eco-cosmetics make use of fully organic materials in the majority of its ingredient list.

Love Happens Magazine
05/24/2021
Skinimalism: Less Is More in This Skincare Trend

Maybe you've gone through the agony of caking on makeup or practicing a complex skincare routine, but things are different now. These days, many people are choosing to simplify their once complex and lengthy skincare routine to make way for a minimal routine that targets their skin concerns.

Techie Loops | Creating Loop Around Tech
08/09/2021
Sustainable Packaging in the Beauty Industry | Techie Loops

More and more consumers are opting for eco-friendly, zero-waste products. In a survey conducted in 2019, 56% of the respondents said they would buy an item if it were made with natural and organic ingredients. Many eco-conscious buyers look for greener beauty products in sustainable packaging.

Keia
05/12/2021
6 Vitamin C Benefits For Your Physical Wellbeing

Vitamin C has a ton of benefits for your physical health! It can even give your skin a healthy, glowing look. Check out this article I wrote for Keia to learn more about Vitamin C's impact on your wellbeing.

Dumb Little Man
10/29/2020
8 Skin Care Tips for the Cold Weather

Seasonal changes, especially when transitioning from warmer to cooler months, can be a cause for skin worries. Decreasing temperatures mean a drop in humidity, taking much-needed moisture away from your skin. The cold weather can also leave your face looking duller, prone to cracking and flaking, and even cause acne flare-ups.