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The path to healthy skin.

DE-STRESS. Everyone has the need to escape the taxing daily grind. While some find relief in retail therapy, most would escape to the tranquility of a spa.

With the growing trend of specialized services brought closer to the market, preferred therapies like retail and body rejuvenation can be enjoyed in a single destination- at the mall.

The newly-opened DermPath at the 2nd level of SM Mall of Davao

This is the philosophy of DermPath Dermatology LASER Clinic and MediSpa. “We want to bring our services within easy reach. We want DermPath to be a center where complete beauty can be achieved,” said Dr. Victoria P. Guillano during the recent relaunching of DermPath in SM Mall.
Dr. Victoria P. Guillano is the only Dermatopathologist in Davao City

“Following the principle that beauty should not only be skin deep, our services cater to not just keeping skin clear and beautiful, but also to be there when your skin needs medical attention. Our MediSpa services allow clients to relieve their stress and bring out their inner glow via invigorating massages and body treatments,” she added.
Garden-themed therapy rooms

DermPath is the only full service skin clinic and spa in the city with a PDS board certified dermatologist and offer the services of the only Dermatopathologist in Davao.

Dr. Guillano emphasized the need to have a PDS board certified dermatologist in the clinic. “We want to make sure that all of the skin’s needs are checked and met with only the best service we can give. A healthy skin is beautiful skin.”

“We also offer spa packages. Our trademark ‘Sparty’ has become very popular offering in celebrations and even corporate gatherings,” shared Ryan Arao, DermPath’s business development officer. “Over food and drinks, guests of four or more can enjoy hand and foot massages.”


DermPath Dermatology, Laser Clinic and MediSpa is located at the Level 2 area of SM City Davao. For appointments and inquiries, call (082) 282.1325, 286-7396 or (0922) 863-8880.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on May 22, 2012.



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