Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Mendis Aesthetics - Exilis


August has been a hectic month for me so far. Embarked on a new career journey, yet at the same time still continuing my wedding planning job. Nevertheless, I still made time to make a trip down to visit my aesthetic sponsor. Just ended my last session with them last week & I must say that I am quite please with the result!

The treatment I was sponsored is known as 'Exilis'. It is a revoluntionary, non-invasive, all in one system of treatment utilizing a sophisticated combination of focused radio frequency waves, thermal energy, ultrasound technology to redefine your appearance by smoothing wrinkles, treating skin laxity and reshaping the body - from head to toe - in just four comfortable treatment sessions! It is especially suitable for treatment of the eye area, around the mouth, chin area, jaw line, decollete, abdomen, back, arms, legs, knees and ankles. Exilis is a fast, painless procedure that gives you optimal, long-lasting effects; gently re-contouring your face while it visibly rejuvenates, smooths, and tightens the skin - all with no surgery or downtime at all.
Personally, I feel the treatment is really comfortable. Warm comfy non-painful treatment, which takes only a rough half an hour. Consulted Dr Rohan during my first visit & he decided to focus on my thigh area. Oh well, I dont deny I have BIG thighs. Hope I will have long slim thighs after the treatments. Haha!!

Mendis Aesthetics & Surgery
333A Orchard Road, Mandarin Gallery #04-17 S(238897), +65 62351728
Dr Rohan Mendis, the beauty guru
My Exilis therapist, always enjoy just having a chat with her during treatments
The sweet staff who always calls me 2 days in advance about my appointment, *thumb up*

I am also very lucky to be sponsored two sessions of their Transdermal Therapy, a facial treatment. I only did facial once in my life during my pageant days, yes ONCE. So I am actually quite excited to know how this will turn out to be. Will blogged about it again when I am done with the treatment

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