Avon Philippines has been in the forefront in the fight against domestic violence since 2009 with its Speak Out Against Domestic Violence campaign. This year, as Avon celebrates its 125th anniversary, it steps up its efforts with a photo exhibit helmed by noted photographer Raymund Isaac and prominent personalities who wish to speak up and show their support for the cause.

Entitled “Avon Speak Out Against Domestic Violence: A Photo Exhibit by Raymund Isaac,” the exhibit opened at the SM Mall of Asia Activity Area last week. Among the subjects of Isaac’s exhibit are campaign spokesperson Ruffa Gutierrez, actress Mylene Dizon, comedienne Ai-ai de las Alas, model Wilma Doesnt, and TV host Boy Abunda. Isaac’s photos feature empowerment shots, which tell women that they don’t need to be victims. “Domestic violence is a situation, not a problem,” he says. “And there’s always a solution to a situation. You just have to stand up. And if you can’t, there are a lot of people who are willing to help you.”

Scroll through the gallery below to see a preview of the exhibit.

"Avon Speak Out Against Domestic Violence: A Photo Exhibit by Raymund Isaac" runs until June 23 at the SM Megamall. You too can help raise funds for the campaign by purchasing Avon’s SSS Soft & White Cellulite Minimizer until June 30. Proceeds go to Avon's partner NGOs that actively address this issue: the Women’s Crisis Center, IMA Foundation, G-Wave, and LUNA.

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