From invasive aesthetic procedures like liposuction to advanced technology including radiofrequency, we’ve featured a wide range of body-slimming treatments available in Singapore. But what about one that’s specifically for the face? Golki therapy, a non-invasive, Korean massage technique that stimulates the facial bones, promises to help you achieve a smaller, sharper and more symmetrical face shape – and without the need to go under the knife. Read on for the details.
Yakson House, a non-invasive Korean aesthetic clinic that launched in 1979, is popular worldwide for its breakthrough Golki therapy, otherwise known as bone therapy. The technique was invented by company founder Lee Byung-chul, and involves stimulating the bones through massaging the skin and muscles, which in turn helps to promote blood circulation and the discharge of waste. This unique therapy claims to help customers achieve a permanently smaller and slimmer V-shaped face, as well as a slender body without any surgical procedures, needles, diet or medicine.
The signature face programs offered at the clinic – namely small face care, sculpture face care and balance face care – all involve Golki therapy and require a series of 10 or 20 sessions for full results to be seen. The small face care program is targeted to those who want a smaller, oval-shaped face, while sculpture face care is aimed at anyone seeking a well-defined face, and balance face care at those who want to correct their asymmetrical features.
If you’re looking to slim down specific areas of your body, there are body care treatments that use Golki therapy to help you with that, too. You can even combine both face and body care treatments for a more holistic program.
New and notable
Not everyone will be keen on trying Golki therapy, especially since it can be painful (it involves downward pressure on your facial bones). That’s why we like the sound of the clinic’s newly added menu of facial services for acne care, scar care and pigmentation, exclusively available at the HarbourFront outlet. To complement the skin services, the clinic has also launched EOS Beauté, a range of specially formulated, natural skincare goodies.
Once stepping in, you’ll be greeted by Yakson House’s relaxing, spa-like setting. The clinic favours wooden walls and furnishings, which gives the space a cosy and soothing atmosphere. You can place your belongings in a locker in the changing room before your treatment begins; and, if you’re heading out afterwards, there are shower facilities, as well as a dressing table stocked with complimentary skincare for freshening up.
First-timers can enjoy a one-for-one promotion on the a-la-carte treatments!
Written in collaboration with:
Yakson House Singapore
Three outlets islandwide
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