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3D Angel Lift: Non Surgical Face Lift

As we age skin elasticity reduces and our facial muscles and skin become loose and sagged over time due to volume loss and fat in our face, which make it droopy and wrinkles look visible.

Some people would go to the extent of plastic surgery or facelift surgery to address the sagging of their skin but with our technology today there’s no need to undergo with traditional facelift and suffer from a long recovery process in order to get rid of their sagging skin.

You don’t need to go under the knife. At Shinagawa Lasik and Aesthetics we offer a non-invasive treatment called 3D Angel lift,

3d Angel Lift is a non invasive face lift that uses a special thread, it is then inserted in a three-dimensional way, without the need of cutting the skin. It has a strong fibrosis effect will occur around the thread, tightening the skin and preventing future drooping of the skin.


Why would I choose 3D Angel Lift over Traditional facelift?

  • Minimal Downtime

The minor swelling and bruising can be easily concealed with make-up compare to the scarring due to traditional facelift. This also connotates a faster recovery.

  • Cost Effective

It shapes and lifts the face like the surgical facelifting but it is more affordable since it won’t need a lot of medical consumables.

  • Long Lasting Effect

Like traditional facelift it also lasts for 2-4 years.

If you’d like to know more about 3D Angel Facelift please call (+632) 491-0000 Makati Branch or (+632) 368-5240 Ortigas Branch or book a free consultation here at http://shinagawa.ph/contact-us/

Why You Should Visit an Aesthetic Clinic-shinagawa.ph

Why You Should Visit an Aesthetic Clinic?

  • To Improve Appearance

Because we want to settle not only for a better look but the best look. To treat those uneven skin tones, dark underarms that’s keeping us from wearing those trendy and flashy clothes, or undergo a mommy makeover that will remove those stretch marks from giving birth.




  • To Boost Confidence

When you look good, you feel good.  This might be a cliche but it’s an unmistakable cliche. Having those pimple breakouts and deep acne scars make us feel insecure, we tend to compare ourselves to others who are born with porcelain-like skin.



  • To Get Rid of the Fear of Looking Old

We know a lot of people who encounter this phase of life but there are people who suffer from depression having those wrinkles and fine lines. We cannot deny that there are a lot of things to enjoy when we look younger than our age; such praises that we get from maintaining our youthful beauty that makes us feel good.

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  • To Open More Opportunities

Because Beauty is an Investment, a lot of people get a big change on careers after undergoing cosmetic surgery. Some even get a job in modelling on print ads or even commercials.

It becomes a bridge to a more rewarding career, since we know that beauty is one of the standard requirements for most of the jobs now.

People who also work for an industry that has age requirement are able to maintain their job because of the way they look.


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With the help of technology today and a reputable Aesthetic Clinic with highly trained dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons, aging can be reversed, beauty will be restored and all these opportunities to improve oneself will become available.





Solutions to Thinning Hair And Balding: Hair Transplant And PRP

There are many different causes of hair loss from anemia, illnesses and infections, stress, crash dieting etc. but the most common hair loss problem is caused by genetics. There is a high possibility that you may have a family member (whether mother or father's side of the family) that have a hereditary type of hair loss which we all Androgenetic alopecia.

Both men and women can be affected by hair loss.  We call them Male Pattern hair loss (MPHL) or Female Pattern hair loss (FPHL).  The extent of the hair loss will depend on the extent of hair loss in the family.  Some people have it earlier in life than others.  Some have minimal thinning of hair whereas others have extensive hair loss and balding.

There are various treatments for hair loss but the standard treatments are still medical treatments using topical Minoxidil and oral Finasteride. Other supportive treatments include LLLT (low level laser treatments), herbal hair treatments, use of hair fibers that camouflage thinning hairs and wigs/weaves.
Hair transplant surgery is also one of the most important ways of restoring hair that has been lost.  The latest technologies and techniques in hair transplantation are much refined from its humble beginnings of hair plugs and ugly "dolls head" results. Today's hair transplant surgery transfers your strong hairs individually in their normal hair follicle units onto your thinning/balding scalp with a technique that ensures results looking as natural as possible.
Aside from hair transplant surgery, several researches have proven the use of PRP injection (Platelet rich plasma) on patients with MPHL causing significant hair growth.  This technique entails a simple blood extraction and taking a part of the blood (platelets) to be injected onto the scalp using the smallest needle.  These platelets were found to contain Growth Factors that stimulate hair regrowth.


5 Myths About Hair Loss and Hair Transplant

5 Myths About Hair Loss and Hair Transplant

1. I’m too young to have a hair transplant. The minimum age to have this surgery is to be at least in their 20’s, especially for men who have extensive hair loss at this early age due to a strong family history of genetic hair loss. However, most men who seek hair transplant surgery are in their late 30’s or in their prime age of 40-50 years.

2. Hair transplant is only for balding men and not for women. Both men and women suffer from genetic hair loss, we call Male Pattern Hair Loss and Female Pattern Hair Loss. This genetic hair loss, called Androgenetic alopecia in general, is the most common indication for having a hair transplant surgery.

3. Asians are less likely to need a hair transplant than Caucasians. Androgenetic alopecia affects all nationalities. Filipinos are definitely not spared. If you have the genes, there’s a high chance you may inherit it from either side of the family tree.

4. Hair transplant can make my white hair turn black. Hair transplant surgery transfers your own hairs (whether white, black, blonde, brunette, red-head) from one area to another. It WILL NOT CHANGE the color of your hair (unless you change your hair color using a dye!).

5. Hair transplant surgery is only for the rich. Hair transplant surgery is a bit pricey. So is having any other cosmetic procedure. But like most anything else we wish to acquire, smart budgeting is required. Think of it this way, buying a new gadget will cost a lot of money but it depreciates through time. Having a hair transplant surgery provides you with long-lasting (permanent) results of a full(er) head of hair for the rest of your life. A gadget will make you ‘look’ rich but you end up poorer. Looking and feeling better once your hair grows increases your self-esteem and market value a whole lot more.


By: Jocelyn Theresa Panaligan-Navalta


Bladeless Blepharoplasty

The eyes are a prominent facial feature. It is the surrounding skin, rather than the eyes themselves that convey emotion. The skin tissues, muscle, fats, hair and lashes all contribute to the the wide array of expressions. Age, sun exposure, and heredity factors all contrbute to wrinkles, deep lines, and puffiness around the eyes.

The aging process can cause can cause unwanted changes in expression causing us to look permamnently fatigued and older than we really are. These changes can cause emotional distress and sometimes visual impairment.

An eyelid lift or eye bag removal called Blepharoplasty is designed to restore a more youthful appearance to your eyes. It may involve the upper, lower lid or both.

Aside from the traditional blepharoplasty cosmetic surgery using a blade to cut, Shinagawa Lasik and Aesthetic PH now offers bladeless blepharoplasty using a fine cutting laser which leaves much less bruising, less swelling, and faster healing time. The incisions are barely visible and leaves for a better cosmetic result than traditional method.

 by: Dr. Anthony John Samonte