Dermcare opens Oro branch

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Saturday, February 4, 2012

DERMCARE, one of the Philippines’ leading skin, hair and wellness centers, recently opened a new branch at the Limketkai west promenade.

The new location catches up with the modern trend and entices clients with a soothing and relaxing ambience as its interior is designed for the comfort of its guests.

Trusted for more than 20 years with 40 outlets nationwide, Dermcare has mastered the art of providing its clients with an escape from life’s daily stresses and bask in pure body and soul pampering by indulging its customers with a relaxing and therapeutic facials.


It also offers luxurious spa for a soothing massage that will stimulate your body’s own healing process or even lavish body scrubs and signature skin and body treatments that would surely delight and make you feel good all over.

Zenaida E. Palisoc, founder and owner of Dermcare who is an enterprising and visionary businesswoman with years of experience in the wellness and beauty industry, launched her first Dermcare in the late 1980’s selling various dermatologically-tested products.

Palisoc says in the late 90s, many clients believed in her business so she tried on a new concept and transformed it into a total health, beauty and wellness center serving a diverse market.

DERMCARE owner Zenaida E. Palisoc (5th from left) with Cagayan de Oro Rep. Rufus Rodriguez (4th from left), Dolly Ilogon (4th from right) and some guests during the opening.(Joey P. Nacalaban)

And the rest is history.

“My Dermcare story is a story of success and commitment to provide consumers with top-of-the-line beauty products and services at superior value,” she says. “All our branches in the country provide our customers with innovative products and services that are responsive to their needs and lifestyle.”

Palisoc says Dermcare is proud to offer one of its transforming cosmetic skin services that will result in fresher and youthful looking skin.
“As a total center for wellness and beauty, we also have specialized services for the hair and other dermatological treatments provided by duly-licensed physicians and therapists,” she adds.

All of Dermcare’s clinics and spas are manned by trained and certified therapists with over 15 years of combined experience in the beauty and wellness industry.

“As a professionally managed organization, we are committed to provide only the best to the public as we continuously find ways to improve our services by embracing more innovation,” Palisoc shares.

Dermcare is a member of the Spa Association of the Philippines and the People Management Association of the Philippines, an umbrella organization of Human Resource Professionals and Practitioners in the Philippines.

But the company is not only out to provide better and quality services to its clients as it also supports the education of some students through its JLP Scholarship Foundation, an organization that Palisoc formed, named after her late husband Joselito Palisoc.

She says Dermcare supports the Foundation by allocating a substantial portion of its income to student-beneficiaries who are enrolled in various universities in the country.

As part of its corporate responsibility, Palisoc also turned over cash donations to the Philippine Red Cross for the agency’s relief efforts to help the victims of Typhoon Sendong.

During the opening of the Limketkai branch, Dolly Ilogon, a media personality in Cagayan de Oro who is now based in the United States, did the honor of cutting the ribbon.

Cagayan de Oro Rep. Rufus Rodriguez (2nd District) also witnessed the opening.

Published in the Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro newspaper on February 05, 2012.


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