Thermage @ mySkin: Smoother and younger skin..again!

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Wednesday, January 22, 2014

By Marge Paraz Santos

AGING. Is it a bad word or what? No. All of us will age in time, sooner or soonest, whether we like it or not.

We will age with our better decisions in life, our more matured actions. But definitely as one grows old, the skin has to go, too. Unfortunately for some, aging has become faster—visibly…than their real age.


Well, worry no more! Technology has its way of getting back that youthful look you have always owned years ago. mySKIN, a top dermatology and medical spa in Angeles City (Pampanga) takes care of gaining back that naturally younger looking skin by applying the thermage treatment. Thermage, a no-surgery no frills treatment for aging skin, uses focused radio-frequency energy to strengthen the collagen in your skin that can take years off your appearance. It is a non-invasive but powerful treatment, with visible effects in just one treatment.

Thermage treatments are customized to your needs. And for people who are on the go, it only requires a minimal time for recovery. There is less downtime with this treatment and results are immediately achieved.
THERMAGE DOES IT ALL. To create a more youthful and rested look for the eyes, thermage treats the eyelids and removes the fine lines in the brow lines. To smoothen lines, wrinkles and sagging skin in the face and neck, thermage remodels collagen for a non-surgical makeover. For body dimples, eyesore bulges and sagging skin, the thermage treatment can surely improve one’s confidence.

Safe and best treatments at mySKIN is done by its highly qualified resident dermatologist, Dr. Lorelie Nagrampa-Baluyut who has a vast experience and education in the field of dermatology notwithstanding her active memberships and directorships with national dermatological societies and organizations.

Want to take years off your appearance? Treat yourself and avail of mySKIN’s offers now! mySKIN is located at Al’s Building, MacArthur Highway, Angeles City.

Published in the Sun.Star Pampanga newspaper on January 22, 2014.


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