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Pageant personalities grace derm clinic opening

Beauty queens Princess Ramos, Camille “Cj” Hirro, and Sharmaine Magdasoc, and male pageant winner Gil Wagas, graced the opening Avignon Laser Dermatology in Bonifacio Global City. 

Pageant personalities grace derm clinic opening

The newly-opened derm clinic is a modern day aesthetic clinic, a cozy and friendly place that offers only the best treatments by experienced professionals. Customers can have full privacy and security while confiding their aesthetic problems and concerns, a personalized approach between patient and doctor to achieve quick and amazing results.

Avignon’s top signature services include the BTL Exilis Elite, an award-winning technology that delivers radio-frequency energy to precisely target, tighten and tone your superficial or deep troubled area, from head to toe. BTL Exilis Elite is ideal for anyone looking for preventive maintenance or more dramatic cosmetic improvement. Each session of treatment of a specific body part takes only 15 to 30 minutes, in a relaxing lying-down position, a procedure described like having a sensation comparable to that of a pain-free, hot stone massage. Some patients have reported seeing visible results after only one treatment and typically continue to improve over the next few months.

Avignon also provides the Revlite SI Angel White Laser whitening services for face, neck, Panda eyes, under arms, belt area, Inguinal, elbows and knees.

The clinic is located at 101 Ground Floor, Fort Victoria Condo, 4th Ave & 23rd St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City.

 Photo by Lito Caleon

Topics: Princess Ramos , Camille “Cj” Hirro , Sharmaine Magdasoc , Gil Wagas , BTL Exilis Elite , Avignon Laser Dermatology
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