Skin care clinic Skin101 celebrates the unique things that make us beautiful—our skin, our beliefs, our passions—by introducing a roster of ambassadors with varied personalities, characteristics, and professions.
Dubbed the Skin101 Society, the group of ambassadors is composed of celebrities Jasmine Curtis, Yassi Pressman, André Paras, and Pauleen Luna-Sotto; beauty personalities Miss World Philippines Katarina Rodriguez, Patricia Henson, Jeline Catt, Kyla Zuniga, Erika Hocson, Patricia Mamac, Sam Lewis, and Patty Lloren; bloggers Kim Cruz, Ira Oyco, Katt Valdez, Mikyle Quizon; models Kara Gozali and Neil Dy; and artists Andrew Venzon, Nathan Venzon, and Patty Tiu.
“We’re very excited to have these beautiful individuals with us as we advocate for everyone to embrace what makes them unique,” said Dr. Jennie Francisco-Diaz of Skin101.
Coinciding with the Skin101 Society introduction, the skin clinic also announced its partnership with leading aesthetics company Merz Aesthetics.
“We’re also very pleased to be partnering with Merz, whose treatments we trust and whose values we share when it comes to owning your own brand of beauty,” enthused Dr. Francisco-Diaz.
Merz Aesthetics is the company behind Ultherapy, a skin lifting and tightening procedure that uses ultrasound technology, and Belotero, the clinic’s dermal filler that integrates seamlessly into the skin for natural looking results.
Skin101 Clinic will also offer Merz’s newest procedure, Xeomin, a highly purified aesthetic injectable that safely improves lines and wrinkles without compromising skin.
“We want to make sure that the treatments we offer patients are made to highlight their features the way they want to,” said Dr. Francisco-Diaz.
Skin101 Clinic is located at White Plains, SM City Fairview, SM North Edsa Annex, SM City Taytay, San Joaquin, Valle Verde Country Club, Shangri-La Plaza East Wing, Market! Market!, Ayala South Park Mall, Alabang Town Center, SM South Mall, SM City Sta. Rosa.
Go to www.skin101clinic.com for more information.
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