Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Ryan Agoncillo is Panadol®'s Superhero Ambassador

The global leading healthcare company, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), revealed actor/host Ryan Agoncillo as the new face behind Panadol® with Optizorb® during media briefing at the New World Hotel last March 19, 2015.



The world’s trusted pain reliever Panadol® puts the power  in your hands to take away the pain with its fast-acting pain relief so that you will be able to improve your day-to-day life and Ryan Agoncillo, together with his son Lucho, brings this life-affirming message to the fore. Ryan is known to be a dedicated father to his children – Yohan and Lucho – and spends as much time as he can with his family.


Ryan is no stranger to aches and pain as he is also sportsman who is into motorcycles and triathlons. But he doesn’t let any kind of discomfort like headache get in the way of a quality time with his equally energetic son, making their moments together pain-free. Ryan puts his trust on Panadol. And like a true superhero, he has the power of quick recovery in the eyes of his son.

Be it headaches, sore muscles, arthritis, or body ache, Panadol® with Optizorb® works five times faster than regular formulation to help ease pain. It contains the same amount of paracetamol (500 mg) found in Panadol®, so you can feel confident in its efficacy in acting fast and easy.

“My family is my top priority. Even if I get busy with work and my other pursuits, I make sure that I get to spend quality with my wife and my kids. But, sometimes, because of my workload, I suffer from terrible headaches,” Ryan relates. “Fortunately, there’s Panadol. It offers fast relief to make my super moments with my family pain-free! Indeed, when pain is gone, life takes its place.”


Panadol® with Optizorb® comes in 36 x 10s dispenser box and a 10s pack. Each tablet costs P4.00 and is available at all leading drugstores nationwide.

For more information on pain management, visit www.panadol.com

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