Vizcarra Pharmaceutical’s Beautiqa skin spa at Edsa Shangri-La brings a new crop of next-level skin care and specialty products from top international laboratories.
The store and spa, which opened September 2018, carries an impressive lineup of brands which customers can also experience in Beautiqa’s facial treatment rooms.
The facial treatments are basically non-invasive application of products with the help of high-quality TDA (transdermal application) machine that helps the serums penetrate deeper into the skin.
Beautiqa offers Swiss company Labo Cosprophar’s latest anti-aging brand. Total Dermic products were formulated using Transdermic Technology. It is a more intensive line that boasts of eight hyaluronic acids, all in low-molecular weights, which penetrate into the inner layers of skin.
Total Dermic has five core lines: Anti-Aging, Anti-Wrinkle, Cleansing, Hypersensitive and Clarifying. For today’s women on the go, Beautiqa recommends the 5 Actions Ultra Serum which contains all the active molecules found in Total Dermic’s various serums in the core lines.
It also carries Fillerina skin care, also from Labo Cosprophar Suisse, which boasts six hyaluronic acids and key ingredients in low-molecular weights. There’s Fillerina’s 14-day Filler Treatment, a self-applied filler for deep wrinkles ad lines; Day and Night creams; Eye and Lip Contour Cream; Lip Plump; and Breast Filler and Breast Firming treatments.
Korea’s top probiotic brand Boyan-I is also available at Beautiqa’s flagship store. The brand, suitable for hypersensitive skin and baby’s delicate skin, is composed of cleansers, creams, and lotions.
The skin spa also offers Crescina treatments and shampoos that address falling and/or thinning hair. The formulations address the root of the matter by rejuvenating and strengthening the hair bulbs and follicles to foster regrowth and control hair fall.
Beautiqa is at 3/F Shangri-La Plaza Mall Main Wing. Call 0908-8868542 or email [email protected] for inquiries and appointments.
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