Nestled on the first floor of Concorde Shopping Mall, Kim Dae Mun is one of the most affordable Korean eateries you can find along the upscale Orchard Road. Popular among families, students and cubicle rats, the inconspicuous restaurant is known for their legit Korean dishes such as kimchi soup and bibimbap that give off a home-cooked vibe.
Kim Dae Mun is helmed by Kim Hyeon Ju, who took over the reins from her father after graduating from Nanyang Technological University. In fact, the restaurant’s name is inspired by her family name, as well as two of the most popular shopping districts in Seoul: Dongdaemun and Namdaemun.
One of the restaurant’s most highly raved dishes is the Spicy Pork ($10.50), a sizzling hotplate dish loaded with marinated pork, spring onions, and cabbage. Don’t be too worried by the meat’s bright orange colour; the dish is said to be manageably spicy, and best paired with a bowl of white rice. Red Bean Rice ($1.50) is also available if you prefer a healthier alternative.
Another popular dish is the Kimchi Soup With Pork ($9.50). This gets you a hearty plate of meat, beancurd, cabbage, onions, and glass noodles soaked in a savoury-sour broth. Diners can also request to swap out the pork for either chicken or beef, if they’d like.
The Tender Sliced Beef ($12) is another dish that’s highly praised, featuring tender slices of beef topped with vegetables. Rice dishes are also available, such as Bibimbap ($10): pickled radish, spinach, seaweed, cucumber, chives, carrots, bean sprouts, and a sunny-side up sitting atop a bed of rice.
If you’re looking for something to share, order the Fried Dumplings ($11): juicy Korean mandu stuffed with lightly seasoned ingredients such as pork, vegetables, and glass noodles. As the dumplings are said to be light on the palate, you can also choose to dip them in your kimchi soup for extra flavour!
Address: 100 Orchard Road, #01-03D, Concorde Shopping Mall, Singapore 238840
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 8pm
Kim Dae Mun is not a halal-certified eatery.
A duplex penthouse at Parc Imperial in District 5 will be on the block at Edmund Tie’s next auction on June 21. The unit is also available for private treaty negotiation. An owner’s sale, the 1,195 sq ft unit has a guide price of $1.78 million, translating to $1,490 psf on the floor area.
According to the property listing, the unit will be sold with an existing tenancy set to expire in December 2024. The lower floor comprises a living and dining area with an adjacent balcony, kitchenette, household shelter, and powder room. The upper floor comprises the en suite master bedroom, an attached open-air balcony, and two separate en suite bedrooms.
Parc Imperial is a freehold condo on Pasir Panjang Road. The 138-unit project was completed in 2010 by local developer Fragrance Group. It is 200m from Haw Par Villa MRT Station on the Circle Line. Major road connectivity in the area is through the West Coast Highway and Pasir Panjang Road.
At least three new projects have sprung up in the Pasir Panjang area close to Parc Imperial. In April 2018, The Verandah Residences by Oxley Holdings opened to a strong initial sales launch, with buyers snapping up 129 units (76%). The 170-unit project on Pasir Panjang Road was fully sold by June by Oxley Holdings, followed up on The Veranda Residences’ success with its 250-unit Kent Ridge Hill Residences on South Buona Vista Road. On its launch day on Nov 10, 2018, it sold 110 units (44%). The project was 98% sold as of July last year with an average price of $1,950 psf.
The most recent new launch in the area is the 270-unit freehold project Terra Hill. This condo located on Yew Siang Road off Pasir Panjang Road was launched in February this year, and buyers snapped up 102 units (38%) over the initial sales launch weekend, setting an average price of about $2,650 psf.
Despite the new projects, Parc Imperial commands a reasonable average selling price of about $1,766 psf, based on a compilation of resale caveats over the past 12 months. One unit has been sold so far this year — a 398 sq ft, one-bedroom unit that fetched $735,000 ($1,845 psf) on April 27.
Based on resale caveats lodged in the past five years, the most expensive unit that has changed hands at Parc Imperial is a 1,948 sq ft, three-bedroom duplex penthouse that was sold for $1.95 million ($1,001 psf) in December 2021. This was followed by the sale of a 2,304 sq ft duplex penthouse for $1.78 million ($773 psf) in October 2020.
A tabulation of rental data at Parc Imperial by EdgeProp Singapore shows that the condo commands an average rent of $7.35 psf per month (pm). This is high compared to neighbouring developments such as The Orient at Pasir Panjang Road ($5.38 psf pm), Horizon Residences at Pasir Panjang Hill ($4.63 psf pm), and The Peak @ Balmeg on Balmeg Hill ($4.03 psf pm).
Pasir Panjang enjoys proximity to the established Mapletree Business City at Pasir Panjang Road, Alexandra Technopark at Alexandra Road, the National University of Singapore, and the one-north business district.
Also nearby is The Southern Ridges, a 10km park which connects Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, HortPark, Kent Ridge Park, Labrador Nature Reserve and Henderson Waves, a pedestrian bridge crossing at Henderson Road. The area will also be at the doorstep of the upcoming Greater Southern Waterfront, which stretches across 30km of the southern coastline from Gardens by the Bay East to Pasir Panjang and will include public and private housing.
It posted a net income of RM1.4b ($410.3m).
IHH Healthcare, one of Singapore’s top firms, said its revenue also grew 24% year-on-year to $1.4b (RM 5.1b) in the first quarter of 2023 due to increase of patients in key markets.
According to the financial statement, the EBITDA also grew 15% mainly driven by the higher revenue.
Its net income growth was driven by one-off gains from the sale of International Medical University and on the strong patient volume growth.
“The dividend of 7.0 sen per ordinary share for FY 2022 was paid out on 28 April 2023. The Board further declared a special dividend of 9.6 sen per ordinary share for FY 2023 from the divestment of IMU, representing a 100% payout of the gains from the sale, to be paid out on 30 June 2023,” read the statement.
Looking ahead, IHH Healthcare said it is seeking to increase its beds by 2,000 in Malaysia, India and Türkiye over the next three years.
IHH also wants to earnings-accretive opportunities to acquire assets across Asia and Europe, backed by its healthy balance sheet.
The healthcare business also wants to expand its service offerings by developing its laboratory and diagnostics business and investing in complementary digital health services.
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The zero-waste movement has gained steam in recent years as more people have committed to bettering the planet. While many have touted the environmental benefits of reducing waste and adopting eco-friendly lifestyles, the human health benefits get overlooked. Here are four ways less waste is healthier for you.
1. Reduced Chemical Exposure
One of life’s simple pleasures is a clean home. However, many commercial cleaners contain harmful chemicals that can negatively affect your health and the environment. During COVID-19, about 69.3% of people cleaned their homes more frequently, while solution usage increased by 74.2%.
As a result, 46.9% reported skin irritation, nausea, dizziness and breathing problems. From January to March 2020, the National Poison Data System received 28,158 phone calls for cleaner exposure and 17,392 for disinfectants.
Making your cleaning products with everyday household ingredients is a much safer and equally effective way to disinfect your home. The best DIY cleaners include baking soda and vinegar to wipe down surfaces. You can even combine vinegar and lemon wedges to clean your garbage disposal in the kitchen.
2. Fewer Forever Chemicals
Per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a hot-ticket issue as more people learn about what’s in their drinking water. However, plastic products like food containers are just as hazardous to your health.
Researchers recently found PFAS concentrations from 2.66 to 7.19 nanograms per gram in plastic food containers. When heated, the containers had concentrations that were 830% higher. The study suggests people who eat food stored in plastic containers could have significant exposure to PFAS.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency warns PFAS may interfere with fertility in women, increase the risk of prostate and kidney cancers, and decrease immunity. Stainless steel and glass are excellent alternatives to plastic food containers. Glass in particular is a non-reactive material and won’t generate harmful chemicals.
3. Less Packaging And Preservatives
The food sector contributes to poor air quality and human health. Nearly 50% of plastic food packaging comes from fossil fuels, contributing to global warming and taking many years to break down.
Prepackaged foods contain several additives and preservatives that could pose adverse environmental harm through extraction and leaching. Many preservatives are also toxic to humans.
For example, sodium nitrates hinder bacterial growth in meat and help it maintain its flavor. However, heat and stomach acid generate nitrosamines, which can cause pancreatic and colorectal cancers. Sulfites — often listed as sulfur dioxide, sodium sulfite or potassium bisulfite — are also common additives and exacerbate asthma.
You can reduce packaging waste by bringing reusable produce bags to the grocery store, purchasing locally-grown foods at farmers markets and growing produce at home. Home-grown fruits and vegetables are also the best way to control exposure to pesticides, fertilizers and preservatives, ensuring better health for you and the planet.
4. Improved Air And Water Quality
Electronic waste — or simply e-waste — are products that have reached the end of their useful life. At that point, consumers discard or recycle them. The world generates 50 million metric tons of e-waste annually.
Unfortunately, many of these products contain chromium, lead, flame retardants and other materials that are dangerous to humans. For instance, chronic lead exposure could lead to kidney disease and cognitive decline in aging adults. Women who are pregnant also risk their unborn child having developmental issues.
E-waste pollutes air and water through incineration and leaching, so discarding your electronics appropriately is crucial. Better yet, avoid upgrading your devices before you need to. Companies often promote the latest models to encourage consumers to buy new ones — 2.35 years is the average replacement time for smartphones. However, if your electronics work well, there’s no need.
Waste-Free Living For Better Health
Often, people don’t realize how everyday habits affect their health. They use phones and laptops for work without considering the material effects on the air they breathe. Meanwhile, you might not think twice about storing food in Tupperware. Reducing waste can make a difference in your overall health while benefiting the environment.
Lately, we’ve been fiercely swamped with advertisements promoting fat freezing to tackle enlarged male chests, clinically known as gynecomastia, which affects nearly 60% to 70% of males. And it got us thinking… “Is it possible to treat a medical condition with fat freezing?”
Let’s dive deep, separate the real deal from the fakes, and uncover the facts you need to know before you waste your money.
Male Chest Fat: Know the difference between Gynecomastia and Pseudogynecomastia
Gynecomastia is characterised by the enlargement of breast tissues in males. It can affect one or both breasts and is commonly caused by hormonal imbalances. Physical characteristics and changes associated with gynecomastia include increased breast size from mild to significant. The breasts may feel swollen and tender, causing discomfort and sensitivity. Nipples may appear protruded more than usual or puffy. Although rare, in some cases, nipple discharge may also occur.
Often confused with gynecomastia due to the similarities in physical appearance is pseudogynecomastia, clinically known as lipomastia, where breast enlargement is primarily due to an increase in FATTY tissue without glandular tissue involvement.
How Fat Freeze (Cryolipolysis) Works
Fat freezing (cryolipolysis) is a non-invasive fat reduction treatment that primarily reduces subcutaneous fat beneath the skin. Before considering fat freezing for enlarged male breasts or chest fat, gaining a deeper understanding of the procedure and its potential effectiveness is essential.
The treatment area is cleansed before the treatment, and a protective membrane (gel pad) is applied. A cooling applicator is then placed on the targeted site, sucking the skin and underlying fat, gradually lowering the temperature of the fat cells, and triggering apoptosis (cell death). Subsequently, over the following weeks, the body’s lymphatic system will naturally eliminate the damaged fat cells and expel them as waste.
Depending on the treatment area, the duration can vary but typically between 35 to 60 minutes per area. Multiple sessions may be required to achieve optimal fat reduction results.
Fat freezing (cryolipolysis) is not specifically designed to target or reduce glandular tissue in cases of gynecomastia. While this non-invasive treatment may reduce some chest fat over multiple sessions, it is NOT considered the primary treatment for gynecomastia.
It is crucial to understand the limitations of fat freezing and consider other treatment options to achieve satisfactory results for gynecomastia or pseudogynecomastia.
Gynecomastia surgery has been clinically proven to be the optimal treatment to successfully address this medical condition, mainly where glandular tissue is the primary objective. Liposuction will be performed to remove the excess chest fat.
Side Effects of Fat Freezing are More Common Than You Think!
Fat Freeze Side Effect: Paradoxical Adipose Hyperplasia (PAH)
Paradoxical Adipose Hyperplasia (PAH) is a permanent side effect where a hardened fat area (visualise a stick of butter!) develops after cryolipolysis. PAH occurs when individuals experience unexpected growth in fat instead of fat reduction, which is a frustrating result for those seeking fat loss. The exact causes of PAH are still being studied, which makes it difficult to predict or prevent.
Recent studies have indicated a higher occurrence rate of PAH (1 in 138 treatments) than previously reported by manufacturers (1 in 4,000 treatments). It is crucial to be aware of this increased risk. Several factors have been identified as potential risk factors for developing PAH, including using a large applicator during treatment, being male, having a Hispanic background, and treating the abdominal area.
Understanding these risk factors allows individuals to make informed decisions and evaluate the suitability of fat freezing for their specific circumstances.
Inconsistent and Lack of Precision
Fat freezing treatments can yield inconsistent results. Each person’s body shape and fat composition are unique, and a standardised approach may not produce the desired outcome for everyone. It is important to acknowledge that fat freezing is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Factors such as fat distribution, the thickness of the fat layer, skin laxity and the body’s response can influence the effectiveness of the treatment.
User Reviews: Separate fact from fiction
Please approach endorsements and recommendations from social media influencers or celebrities with caution. Many influencers or celebrities promoting certain treatments are sponsored to promote specific brands, salon providers or medical spas, which can create an inaccurate perception of the treatment’s effectiveness. It is advisable to seek genuine reviews and experiences from real people who have undergone the treatment.
By listening to unbiased accounts, individuals can better understand the benefits, limitations, and potential risks associated with fat freezing.
Correct PAH with Corrective Liposuction Surgery
Dr Ivan Puah, an MOH-accredited liposuction doctor and the Lipo Peer Review Committee Chairman in Singapore, has nearly two decades of experience performing liposuction and corrective surgeries. Dr Puah emphasises the importance of managing patient expectations, as while some areas can be improved, more severe complications may only see partial improvement at best.
Corrective liposuction surgery is a procedure to address PAH and botched or poorly done liposuction. Performed by Dr Ivan Puah, corrective surgery can help correct problems such as PAH, leftover fat, lumpiness, indentations, skin rippling, scarring, and asymmetry.
Dr Puah shares, “Typically, the fat removed in patients with PAH differs from other fat, which is harder to remove. I will use my MDC-Sculpt®️ Lipo technique during the corrective surgery to correct PAH. Stands for Multi-Dimensional Contouring; this liposuction technique increases the efficacy of fat removal.”
Corrective Liposuction Surgery at Amaris B Clinic Singapore
At Amaris B Clinic in Singapore, corrective liposuction surgery is performed in an accredited Day Surgery Center. A panel of experienced anaesthesiologists ensures your comfort and safety during the surgery. Comprehensive postoperative care is also provided, with a dedicated team attending to your needs after the procedure.
Dr Ivan Puah has undergone dedicated training in gynecomastia surgery in San Francisco and advanced liposuction training in Argentina, Italy and Colorado. He has developed proprietary surgical approaches – the 360°GTD® technique for gynecomastia and the MDC-Sculpt® Lipo technique for liposuction.
If you have experienced PAH, taking appropriate action to address the physical and psychological impact is crucial. Patients who have undergone unsuccessful procedures often suffer from lower self-esteem, social anxiety, and depression, in addition to the physical discomfort they may experience!
Do you have questions regarding corrective liposuction? Contact them at +6591524140 or customer@amaris-com and speak with their friendly medical team personnel. You can also make an appointment for your consultation with Dr Ivan Puah here.
The durian season is unofficially upon us! Giant Tampines Hypermarket is running a cheap durian buffet where you can get free-flow Mao Shan Wang, Black Gold durian and more from just $38, for three days only.
The Durian Buffet Party takes place from 2 to 4 June 2023, 3pm to 9pm at the 24-hour Giant Tampines Hypermarket. Choose from two options: the Normal Durian Buffet, or Premium Durian Buffet. Both buffets have a one-hour limit.
The former is priced at $38 per person if you register by 1 June on Giant’s website and $48 for walk-ins. You get to enjoy 100g Mao Shan Wang and 100g Black Gold, alongside unlimited portions of other durian varieties.
The more premium option costs $68 per person for early bird registrations and $78 if you walk in. For this buffet, you get free-flow Mao Shan Wang, Black Gold, and other varieties.
On top of the durian buffet, durian fans can look forward to cheap durians from now till 22 June. The selection includes Red Prawn, MSW, Black Pearl, Golden Phoenix, and D13. If you’re lucky, you can even snag a durian for $2 each, limited to two pieces per person.
The durian sale runs from 12pm to 10pm daily, though we’d recommend popping by earlier to get the best deals before they run out.
Address: 21 Tampines North Drive 2, #03-01, Singapore 528765
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Tel: 6788 5919
The Giant Tampines Hypermarket Durian Buffet Party is not a halal-certified buffet.
PropNex Realty is marketing the sale of four semi-detached houses on Bo Seng Avenue and Whitley Road in prime District 11. The properties are within a two-storey, mixed, landed housing area off Thomson Road.
The four houses are part of a newly developed private landed housing project that comprises six semi-detached homes. Two of the units, at 8 and 10 Bo Seng Avenue, have already been sold. The remaining houses are located at 4 and 6 Bo Seng Avenue, as well as 101 and 103 Whitley Road.
The land size of the four semi-detached houses ranges from about 2,174 to 2,342 sq ft, with a built-up area that ranges from 4,043 to 4,684 sq ft. Each house is a two-storey-plus-attic development with five bedrooms and a helpers’ room. Each house also features a basement floor with car-parking space and an internal lift.
According to PropNex, the price ranges from $7.2 million to $8.2 million for each house. This translates to an approximate land price of $3,227 psf to $3,500 psf.
The entire landed project is expected to receive its temporary occupation permit (TOP) in June next year.
“We expect the scarcity of landed homes amidst stable demand to continue to help underpin prices,” says Henry Benjamin Lim, head of Good Class Bungalows and prestige landed at PropNex. “Based on the psf pricing on land area, the prices of the four semi-detached homes in Bo Seng Avenue and Whitley Road are attractive and relatively comparable to those of recently transacted, brand-new, landed homes in the vicinity.”
He cites transactions at nearby Chancery Lane, Jalan Novena, and Mount Rosie, which saw prices ranging from $3,200 psf to $4,456 psf.
“Many landed home buyers are purchasing the property for estate planning and wealth preservation. The four semi-detached houses in Bo Seng Avenue and Whitley Road are anticipated to draw interest from local buyers, particularly those looking for spacious homes for multi-generational family living,” says Lim.
This was after the investment firm conducted an internal review on the matter.
Months after the FTX bankruptcy, Singapore-based investment firm, Temasek revealed that it reduced its pay for the investment team and senior management who were accountable for investing in the cryptocurrency trading.
“Although there was no misconduct by the investment team in reaching their investment recommendation, the investment team and senior management, who are ultimately responsible for investment decisions made, took collective accountability and had their compensation reduced,” read the company statement.
Prior to this declaration, the investment company said its independent team underwent an internal review of the investment and such findings were presented to the board risk and sustainability committee.
It stated that based on the allegations from prosecutors and key executives of FTX, there was fraudulent conduct hidden from investors, which includes Temasek.
Temasek said it was disappointed with the outcome of the investment and the negative effect on its reputation.
Health disparities are inequalities in the health care industry. These unjust differences are preventable and disproportionately affect people of color, the LGBTQ+ community, women, people with low socioeconomic status and those living in underserved rural communities.
It’s necessary to be aware of health disparities across the United States so everyone can make the differences required to close the gaps in care. Here are five things you should know.
1. The Inequities Originated Centuries Ago
Today’s health disparities are lingering effects of centuries of ignorance and unjust practices.
After the Civil War, newly-emancipated Black citizens struggled to find health care. Their time in slavery did a number on their bodies and the financial struggles of many led to poor health for former slaves years after gaining freedom.
Through the 19th and 20th centuries, the lack of health care eventually drove formerly enslaved people and their descendants from rural areas into cities hoping for better livelihoods. However,
Black individuals and other people of color throughout the states still receive unequal care nationwide.
Another group of people significantly affected by health disparities are members of the LGBTQ+ community. Hateful views on human sexuality led to harmful stereotypes and the refusal of care.
A prime example of this was the AIDS epidemic of the 1980s.
Decades later, around 15% of the community admitted to delaying seeking care due to their fear of discrimination. Many people report denial of routine screenings, mental health services, fertility treatments and even examinations for their children. Transgender people are some of the most affected. The data shows 33% of those who did seek care said they had to teach their doctors about their gender and sexual identities to receive proper care.
The ignorance of many doctors regarding women’s pain is astonishing to this day, but the reasoning goes back to the days of intense misogyny. While women fought to have their voices heard, the men conducting medical research did so on other men, ignoring the biological differences between the sexes and leading to harmful stereotypes and misinformation. For years, doctors didn’t know that women often experience different heart attack symptoms than men.
Some research suggests women are more likely to express pain, which led to the misconception that they are “dramatic.” However, this belief not only causes unjust suffering, it still leads to the misdiagnosis of heart attacks, strokes, reproductive illnesses, chronic conditions and serious injuries.
Many providers gravitate toward city and suburban medical centers as they’re often familiar environments. However, that can lead to people living in rural areas needing to travel for hours for quality health care.
When they do travel, it can be hard to address specific issues. Recent research found those living in rural communities face a significant stigma for seeking care — especially mental health care. There is also lingering skepticism of doctors in many of these areas and fear that their lack of medical knowledge will embarrass patients at an appointment.
Lower and Middle Class
The United States health care system caters to the wealthy. Those with little or no insurance often have large debts to receive their desperately needed treatments. The most affordable insurance plans lack dental, eye and mental health care, which should not be luxury services.
With programs like Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act, many below the poverty line can receive some insurance. However, rising costs impact upper-lower-class and middle-class families who make enough income to cover those services but struggle to pay hundreds of dollars monthly for insurance.
2. Education Is Key
With knowledge comes power. Educating leaders and the general public about health disparities and their causes is the first step in creating effective change. Thankfully, many organizations are working to do just that:
These are just some groups working to change health care through education and legislation. Still, you don’t have to be a member to learn about health disparities in your community and educate friends, family and local leaders about the need for change.
3. You Can Help
There are many ways to help end health disparities in America. Educating yourself about the problems is the first step. Then, fight back. You can join the war against health disparities by supporting local and national organizations lobbying for better care.
Listen to what the people most affected have to say and call your legislators about the issues. Advocate for funds to go to rural and low-income areas for better facilities, and bring or start groups that create safe spaces for those most affected to receive care and air their grievances about the system. Financial contributions can help the cause, as can educating your friends and neighbors about health disparities, and the need to close the equity gap they create.
Combating Health Disparities Across The US
It’s hard to learn about health disparities in the country, but hope is on the horizon. Legislation introduced in Congress aims to take action on resolving health disparities in all the mentioned communities. Leaders and allies across the U.S. work daily to end the hate and stigma that result in poor health care. By adding your voice, you can promote change that will bring proper health care to everyone.
Achieve Healthy And Radiant Skin With This Unique 5-in-1 Facial Treatment From La Source Spa!
If there’s one thing we cannot avoid, it’s ageing skin. As we get older, our skin gradually stops producing collagen which leads to extreme dryness and sagging. In an effort to reduce the signs of ageing, you can opt to load up on moisturising products and sunscreen as well. However, sometimes those alone aren’t enough.
Those seeking a more effective solution can look to La Source Spa and its 5-in-1 Super Facial Treatment. As one of the most well-kept secrets in Singapore, La Source Spa is an all-in-one urban respite that discerning clients go to for head-to-toe pamperings. They utilise only the best high-end products and incorporate the highest quality of technology in all of their treatments. It’s no wonder they won the Best All-In-One Facial in the recent Bloggers’ Choice Award 2023. Today, we’re talking all about this premium spa and salon and its award-winning treatment.
La Source Spa
Located at The Shopping Gallery at Voco Orchard Hotel, La Source Spa is a renowned spa and salon in Singapore. Nestled in a quiet corner of Orchard Road, it is convenient and unpretentious. oThey offer a holistic experience with the goal of reestablishing your inner sense of balance in mind, body, and soul, while providing a tranquil and comfortable environment
In order to provide busy individuals with a premium spa experience that efficiently relaxes and rejuvenates without fuss, La Source Spa was designed to be an urban haven. Its treatments range from facials and eyebrows to body sculpting and even hair and scalp services.
Alongside the use of skin-loving & environment-loving skincare products, La Source Spa incorporates cutting-edge technology too. , Endymed 3DEEP RF, Tripollar RF, and OxyGeneoTM are just a few found in the innovative devices used at the spa. The 5-in-1 Super Facial Treatment, for example, is one of their most popular treatments as it is effective and suitable for all skin types.
This particular treatment is also the winner of the Best All-In-One Facial in our recent Beauty Insider’s Bloggers’ Choice Award 2023 and we’re here to share all about it!
5-in-1 Super Facial Treatment By La Source Spa
Conquer ageing and dull skin with the 5-in-1 Super Facial Treatment By La Source Spa, which guarantees to have you looking younger, fresher and more natural in just a single session. This particular facial treatment features the GENEO device, which fuses several cutting-edge technologies that work on the skin’s epidermis and dermis.
With a combination of Tripollar RF, OxyGeneoTM, and Ultrasound, the device helps to exfoliate and clear your pores to promote better absorption of nutritious products. If you’re wondering what these systems do, the OxyGeneoTM helps specifically with oxygen stimulation. This promotes microcirculation while aiding cell repair and regeneration.
On the other hand, Tripollar RF is known for its anti-ageing properties and helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles while the Ultrasound assists in enhancing the entire process. The result of the treatment is highly permeable skin, which enables better nutrient absorption of active ingredients encapsulated by the innovative OxyPod capsule. Each capsule pod is packed with nourishing nutrients specially created for different skin types so you know your skin is getting what it needs.
Long-Term Benefits Of The 5-in-1 Super Facial Treatment
Clear skin and radiant complexion are both immediate results that you may see from the 5-in-1 Super Facial Treatment. However, with regular sessions and care, clients can anticipate a plethora of long-term benefits including better skin texture and an increase in collagen production, just to name a few. Below, we dig deep to find out the long-lasting results that come from this ultimate facial treatment.