I am not happy with the experience. I have had my Fractional Treatment sa Dermaesthetique last year, twice and yung post med cream (anti inflammatory) was just 250 pesos. They didn't force me to buy their meds, just a few reminders about applying sunblock etc. This year I had my 3rd Fractional Treatment at Dermabest (Best experience so far), mabait doctor and specialists nila. Plus may mask pa na ilalagay para mag settle yung mainit na pakiramdam. They even let you keep the mask, (kasi pede pa gamitin 2 times).
Now as for CV, yes I got the discount (3 sessions for 5,499)--but their meds are super overkill! I do not know what the VS Cream is for pero feeling ko parang yung anti-inflammatory cream din. I use Cetaphil pero they still want to sell me a bunch of stuff (na hindi ko alam kung para saan kasi hindi pinaliwanag, basta chineckan lang tapos may schedule kelan gagamitin).
I don't wanna sound cheap, but hey--I could have spent more for better service.
And yes, they let you sign a waiver na parang nakakatakot because it frees them of liability kapag hindi mo binili products or post treatments nila. Imagine, 20k for a peel? Ano meron sa peel nila na wala sa ibang clinics? Kasi daw may tendency magka patches right after the 3rd treatment.
Sana nilagay nila sa promo nila lahat. This is false advertising, I guess. I still have to endure their BUSINESS for 2 more sessions.
Dapat tawag dito CV Beauty and Business. Poor customer service.
Just sharing my experience.