Yakson House Face Resizing Care: Fifth Session Review

For those of you who are following my reviews of Face Resizing Care Program on Yakson House Makati, I am happy to announce that I am down to my fifth session! Yay! So far, it has been the usual routine of a back/belly massage, suction and slimming treatment, golki therapy, then mask application. On this time, however, two new steps had been introduced.

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Excited to start my fifth session!

This time, I opted for the belly massage which not only helps in toning the stomach area, but also aids in proper digestion. Next step never fails to make me feel good. My trusted therapist, Ms Lisa, kneaded the tight knots around my shoulder area. I have this chronic ache in my right shoulder and only massage can relieve the pain.

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Instead of the usual slimming treatment above, Ms Lisa gave me a relaxing facial massage. It is not the thing we normally get when we get our facials done, but a sculpting reflexology to shape the jawline and enhance one’s facial features. It went for a couple of minutes and I wished it could go on forever. It was simply that soothing.

The star of my two-hour session was the golki therapy by Ms Yumin Kim. By now I am getting used to the tolerable discomfort this revolutionary massage brings. Ms Kim distracted me from the pain as we chatted about our lifestyles and hobbies. Still, I loved the feeling of her skillful fingers massaging my entire face, skull, and nape.

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After the bone healing massage came the mask application. I was expecting to get the usual herbal brown mask, but Ms Lisa applied vitamin C serum and this soothing white molding mask instead.

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It is cold when applied. She said this has slimming and whitening properties perfect to cap the day’s procedure.

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[Taken at the waiting area of Yakson House Makati branch]

I am halfway through my journey of having a perfect V-line without surgery and hopefully Yakson House (Yakson Myunga) will keep true to its promise.

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In case you’re confused, I’m the one on the right 🙂 The girl in pink is my name-twin, Monica!

My friends are already noticing my more prominent jawline and I love it. Just look at my bare, i-woke-up-like-this face photo taken the morning after. What do you think of my face shape?t-ara-soyeon-selca

Will I look like her after my final session? I don’t need fake doll circle lens. Haha!

Thank you so much Yakson House Makati for helping me achieve my desired face shape!

Yakson House Makati, Philippines

64 Perla Mansion 117 Don C. Palanca St. Legaspi Village, Makati Philippines

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For inquiries and reservations, contact: +63-02-892-9441

P.S. Let me know if you are interested to get a treatment and I will be gladly to give you more information from my experience 🙂

21 thoughts on “Yakson House Face Resizing Care: Fifth Session Review

  1. Oh wow.. this is the first time that I have heard of this treatment and it’s quite interesting. I have a circular/heart shaped face and have longed for a more oval face; but I don’t think I can do this, haha! I might look entirely different. But I salute you for your courage to choose this for yourself 🙂

    1. Hi, Kumi! I had six sessions already and I can honestly say that there is nothing terrifying with the procedure. It is not surgical. Instead, it’s simply a massage which targets bones in balancing our face and shaping it to have a better appearance. I hope you can try it next time 🙂

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