As far as Botox and Juvederm dermatological fillers are concerned, Belo Medical Group once again proves they’re on top of the game, as Dr. Vicki Belo, Founder and CEO of Belo Medical Group, recently received an award from Allergan Healthcare Philippines for being the number one account for Botox and Juvederm in the country.
Dr. Belo received the recognition from Marcus Tan, Business Unit Head for Facial Aesthetics and Neuroscience of Singapore Malaysia and Philippines, Yinyee Tai, Senior Marketing Manager for Botox, Jiamin Chung, Medical Manager for Facial Aesthetics and Ceejay Jornacion, Sales Manager.
The awarding was held last week at the Marco Polo Hotel in Ortigas.
L-R: Jia Min Chiung, Medical Affairs Manager for Facial Aesthetics of Allergan, Dr. Raj Acquilla, Global Key Opninion Leader and Master Class Trainor for Facial Aesthetics, Marcus Tan, Yinyee Tai.
These recognitions are a testament to Belo’s unparalleled medical expertise in the field of beauty.
Belo Medical doctors undergo training both internationally and locally as specialists from around the world go to Belo to train its doctors.
Dr. Raj Aquilla, Masterclass Trainer, UK Ambassador and Global Key Opinion Leader in Facial Medical Aesthetics was also in town to train Belo doctors.
L-R: Zsa Zsa Padilla, Dr. Vicki Belo and DJ Tony Toni of Boys Night Out
In order to be globally recognized, Belo Medical Group is equipped with only the best medical practices, services and technologies from around the world.
To know more about their services, go to http://www.belomed.com/.
TOUGHER by Takashi Uokawa from Osaka, Japan returns to Tala Manila this weekend until Sunday, October 4, 2015 from 10 AM-7 PM.
The Tougher trunk show presents new and staple pieces to order for men and women—all made in Japan.
Visit them and meet the designer at Tala Manila, Unit 103, Three Salcedo Place, Tordesillas St, Salcedo Village, Makati City.
For inquiries, contact (0937) 372-5441.
According to Greg Banzon, Vice President and General Manager of Century Pacific Food Corporation, makers of 555 Sardines, “We saw how Maine’s humble, wholesomely attractive and funny persona connects very strongly with the masa consumer. We see her as a perfect endorser to showcase the brand’s top two best sellers.”
Asked which of the two bestsellers she prefers, the young celebrity said: “Sobrang hirap! But I’m happy to endorse a brand that has always been close to the heart!”
555 Sardines Classic has a rich and tasty tomato sauce with plump sardines, while 555 Fried Sardines is crispier, tastier, with special spices, available in four flavours: Hot&Spicy, with Tausi, Escabeche, and Bistek, all fried in soya oil.
It’s Friday night and I’m super tired from a day of work and traffic. All the boys are in my room playing Minecraft on their iPads and the hubby is watching Limitless.
This has been my nightly ritual ever since Aldub became a national obsession: play Candy Crush while watching the latest Kalyeserye episode on YouTube.
Alden Richards and Yaya Dub = AlDub on TV
Tomorrow, Saturday, the streets will be traffic-free and emptier than a Sunday during a Pacquiao fight.
I for one will be glued to the TV along with all the maids and drivers in the neighborhood because tomorrow’s episode will also reveal Maine Mendoza’s two loves.
Is Eat Bulaga introducing a threat to Alden Richards? Find out tomorrow while the whole nation watches #DalawaAngPusoNiMaine.
Comfort-wise, there’s nothing like Filipino food. But not all Filipino restaurants are chuva-approved, mostly because of interiors. Most Filipino restaurants look cheap and dirty. Not Kuya J at Megamall.
Dinna and I happened to pass by a couple of weeks ago at the basement of SM Megamall-A.
Right next to Mann Hann used to be the site of my favorite Filipino restaurant—now closed.
That’s where I used to go and eat crispy pata for whatever reason—whether I was happy or sad.
So I was pleasantly surprised when I found out a new Filipino restaurant would be opening at the same spot—and they serve crispy pata!
The place is called Kuya J. When Dinna and I saw the picture menu, I told her, we have to come back and eat here.
Watch the TV commercial:
Luckily the universe heard me. We received an invitation to have dinner there with its brand ambassador, actor Jericho Rosales.
I have a soft spot for Jericho because in 2005, Jericho Rosales was in our house to shoot a Metro magazine cover—at the end of which he made faces with the kids and their cousins.
Kuya J is a casual dining restaurant that wants families to feel at home when they eat out. The interiors are cozy, minimalist, and chuva-approved.
Jericho was a great host—down to earth, sincere, and friendly.
Kuya J’s COO Danny Pumarega explained why Jericho was chosen as their endorser.
“We wanted someone with a wholesome image and a strong sense of family. Jericho has these traits and also a love for good food. He really enjoys eating and sharing meals with family and friends.”
Here’s we had for dinner: My personal favorite are the grilled scallops, which are flown in from Cebu
Dinna likes the lumpia and kare-kare
Grace, Jericho and I recommend the danggit rice, with the unique presentation
“I eat healthy and I love Kuya J because of the variety,” shared Jericho. “I normally order grilled scallops and Chorizo Dinamitas.”
“I also like kare-kare. I don’t eat the crispy pata too often because I try to have a healthy diet but it’s really good,” Jericho said as he personally served us.
Jericho’s comfort meal, he confesses, consists of “coffee and adobo,” something that he loves to get at Kuya J.
“The sisig with egg is also to die for,” he added.
Unlike most sisigs, Kuya J’s is made of chopped pork belly so it’s soft instead of crunchy.
Other specialties include sautéed crabmeat and bamboo shoots rolled in malunggay-wrapper with sweet garlic sauce, battered deep-fried catfish served with chili tuba sauce and bagoong mayo, crispy catfish, and pochero.
Started in Cebu in 2010, Kuya J has 18 branches right now. The company’s goal is to put up 50 branches by the end of 2015.
To know more about Kuya J and its locations, go to https://www.facebook.com/KuyaJResto/.