Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City — In support with the Civil Service Commission’s Health and Wellness Program, Derm Factor brings their spa and skin care services to the Civil Relations Service-AFP free for the employees today until tomorrow.
Derm Factor president, Mr. Joselito Alaba, said that this activity serves as their corporate social responsibility aiming to empower employees on self-management.
“When it comes to relaxation, because they are professionals, they cannot freely go to spa centers due to financial and time constraint, so we give them this opportunity to bring the spa to them and learn from the experience,” Alaba said.
“Others said this is too good to be true but I’m saying it’s really true. It’s free, there are only fees for some services because of the supplies that we use, but they’re minimal,” he added.
Among their free services are Thai back massage and facial, hand and foot spa. They also offer other services to enjoy such as diamond peel, high-frequency treatment, Vitamin C infusion, unlimited warts removal, full Thai, Swedish or Shiatsu body massage, Hand and foot paraffin, and spa manicure and pedicure with minimal fees for the supplies used.
AFP employees can visit their booth at the CRS Multi-purpose Hall from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. to register on a first come, first serve basis.
There will only be a one-hour allocation per employee to enjoy all the services they want so as not to disrupt their work responsibilities during the day.
“This is a one-time opportunity for the government employees to be pampered for free and to learn health and wellness tips from our expert personnel while they experience our service.”
According to Alaba, they have been in the AFP since December 19, servicing in the Finance Service for a week.
Derm Factor has been partnering with Civil Service since 2010, servicing government agencies employees from the Office of the President down to the local government units within NCR and some provinces across the country such as Regions 7, 3 and 6.
Derm Factor’s office is located at North Olympus, Corinthians Street, Novaliches, Quezon City. (LMC/AGA)