The holidays may be the season for partying, but you can also try taking a beauty vacay by undergoing treatments that will leave you fabulous after a few days.  Here are our recommendations:

Warts Removal (Downtime: three to five days)

Those tiny brown bumps on your face are called warts. These are viral, so they won't go away on their own. You have to undergo a cauterizing treatment and get those warts zapped.

How it goes: After assesssing where the warts are, the dermatologist will clean your face and apply topical anesthesia. Then, after letting the anesthesia take effect, she will then zap the warts with an electrosurgery device. You won't feel a thing, we promise! Expect to see scabs on your face for days—don't scratch them off because doing so will cause scarring. Your dermatologist will prescribe an anti-inflammatory cream to help it heal properly.

We recommend: Skin House Beauty and Laser Clinic located at Pioneer Center, Mandaluyong and 170 Mayon St. corner Retiro St., Quezon City.

Keratin Complex Treatment (Downtime: three days)
If you've noticed that your hair always has flyaways or is dry and frizzy no matter how many times you use a moisturizing hair mask, it's high time you should try a keratin salon treatment.

How it goes: These treatment brings chemically-damaged locks back to life by infusing keratin into your strands, which builds and coats the follicle. You'll have softer, smoother, and shinier locks right after the treatment. But, your hair needs to stay away from water and shampoo—you better not sweat it! 

We recommend: Vivere Salon located at Ayala Fairview Terraces, Trinoma, Gateway Mall, Lucky Chinatown Mall, SM Megamall, and Festival Mall.
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