Actress-turned-public ≠servant Cristina ‘Kring Kring’ Gonzales remains as charming and beautiful as the time she graced the silver screen in the ‘80s and ‘90s.
Asked what her beauty secret is, she says she discovered something better than the fountain of youth.
“It’s a remarkable experience and it’s available for anyone to try!” the timeless beauty enthused as she went on to talk about a nonsurgical cosmetic procedure for the face and neck that targets the foundation layer of facial tissue doctors address in surgery.
Called Ulthera lifting and firming, the procedure uses an ultrasound that allows the doctor to see the layers of skin being treated, enabling him or her to channel the reconstructive energy where it is most needed.
Ulthera starts a repair process that strengthens existing collagen and produces fresh, new ones. Available at Dr. Jean Marquez’s The Skin Specialist clinic, the treatment is one of the most requested procedures of patients 40 years old and up, male and female.
“Although I‘m not on screen anymore as an actress, my line of work in public service requires me to work with, meet, and face many people. People look at me every time. If I look good, I also feel good. It boosts my self-esteem and upgrades my confidence,” she ended.