Photo from @andieigengirl IG

Actress and model Andi Eigenmann was in El Nido recently for an event with a hair care products company and for some quality time with surfer partner Philmar Alipayo after giving birth to her second child in July.

Andi arrived in El Nido on November 11 and kicked off the day with a library session to learn about natural ways to give her hair the care it needs.

She also had a painting session where she designed an eco tote that she said she will give away via her Instagram stories at her @andieigengirl account.

“Can’t wait for the upcoming activities with all the beautiful ladies here, who are as passionate as I am in finding better ways to care for ourselves while being mindful of our environment,” she said.

Andi is an endorser of the hair care products of Herbal Essences, which she said has helped revive the poor condition of her curly hair after too much blow-drying, coloring, and straightening.

On Entalula Island on November 12, Andi can be seen in a photo with wet hair that had just used one of the hair care products and holding a bottle of shampoo.

Andi Eigenmann on Entalula Island, El Nido. (Photo from @andieigengirl IG)

“Spent the entire morning under the sun, swimming in the ocean, and enjoying being amongst nature in breathtaking El Nido. I kid you not! My hair has remained so soft the entire day. I am soo in love with @herbalessencesph I never thought it was possible for my hair to ever look alive again. And I even found a natuREAL solution,” Andi said.

On Lagen Island on November 13, the actress and model joined her team in writing down pledges for the environment, promising to use her voice to encourage people to become eco-conscious.

Andi is aware of how hard it will be for many but is also positive that many will agree with the need to keep the balance in ecology.

“We wrote down our pledges for the environment today on our last day. I promised to keep using my voice in encouraging others to become more eco-conscious. I know it isn’t easy for everyone to go the extreme and change our ways completely in a snap. It’s about meeting that balance. It’s about taking one step towards leading a 0% life. About helping nature, help us, and the generations to come, every way we can,” she said.

On her last day in El Nido, Andi planted a tree in her name for the environment, saying she was happy to meet other women who stand for the same thing she does.


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