This mom had fun at the Vitapops Wacky Science Fair
I have reviewed the new and exciting vitamin for kids from Unilab last time (read HERE). To introduce it more to the public, last Sunday, Unilab brought a one of a kind opportunity for kids to learn while having fun through the VitaPops Wacky Science Fair!
It was held at SM Mall of Asia Music Hall. The Wacky Science Fair let kids enjoy performing various science experiments that are both educational and fun
I went at this event alone because the weather tricked us. When I was about to go out the house, it looked like it was going to rain so hubby decided that they will just stay home while I went ahead to the event. But when I arrived at the area, the weather was very sunny there.
Before the event started, Unilab treated the media to a sumptuous buffet lunch at Ebun Restaurant. It was my first time to dine in at this restaurant and tried their food and I can say that it was worth going back there again.
At the Wacky Science Fair, guests have to pay P50.00 to enter. They will get a ticket that they can use to visit 5 activity centers, it also includes a free snack (popcorn or snow cone) and a sample Vitapops vitamins. I can say that the P50.00 is worth it.
The activity center includes:
|Vitapop Dash (I think)|
|Arts and Crafts|
- Pop Spa
- Photo Opp
- Buzz Wire
- Ring Toss
- Rocket Blast
- Volcano Experiment
plus a consulation to a Nutritionist and a Magic Show performance
The VitaPops Wacky Science Fair was hosted by Rikka Dylim, a well-respected public relations personality in the entertainment industry. Daphne Osena-Paez, a TV host and personality, was the event’s guest, as she shared her kids’ experience on VitaPops. She also talked about modern parenting tips and how she manages to take care of her kids in fun way despite her busy schedule. Jenee Virtudazo, a Registered Nurse &
Dietician, shared why it’s important for kids to constantly take Vitamin C supplements.
VitaPops is available in all leading drugstores nationwide. It costs PHP10 / sachet. VitaPops can be taken once or twice a day, or as directed by a pediatrician.