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How Does Laser Hair Removal Really Work?

A nightmare in every woman’s life is getting a last-minute invitation to an event and having to select an outfit based on the last time she shaved her legs. Are you ready to get rid of this nightmare forever? Laser hair removal may be the solution you’ve been looking for! Regular waxing and trimming of… Read more »

How Long Does it Take to Remove a Tattoo?

Tattoos have become increasingly popular in our culture in the last few decades.  Once the bastion of sailors and gang members, tattoos are now sported by businessmen and grandmothers alike. This phenomenon has become globally popular, and the tattoo industry has been revolutionized making it exceptionally advanced and modern. The ‘Inked’ culture is at its… Read more »

Microneedling vs. IPL for Age Spots

Many people have ages spots or freckles on their faces and bodies. Over time these can increase and become darker. With many Med Spas offering treatments that will remove or reduce the signs of age spots every client should understand the techniques used.  Let’s compare the two techniques commonly used to remove age spots: microneedling… Read more »

Laser Hair Removal for African-American Skin

Have you always wanted to try laser hair removal but didn’t know if it would work for you? Had you heard that lasers cannot be used on African-American skin?  Well fear not, because laser hair removal can now be safely performed on any type of skin. African Americans, who often have skin troubles due to… Read more »

IPL Photofacials are great for removing spots caused by sun damage

Here are some question and answers regarding IPL Photofacials: Q. When do you recommend IPL for your patients? For what skin conditions is it best? Are there better alternatives to IPL photo rejuvenation for sun damaged skin? A. IPL reduces the irregular discoloration of the skin caused by sun damage. Chronic sun damage causes irregular… Read more »

What Does IPL Do For The Skin?

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is also known as a Photofacial. It is a technology used by cosmetic practitioners to perform skincare treatments for therapeutic and aesthetic purposes. An IPL procedure uses the power of broadband light to reduce the appearance of rosacea, age spots, sunspots, freckles, and improve skin texture. It is a popular treatment… Read more »

Everything You Need To Know About A Hydrafacial Treatment

What is Hydrafacial? Hydrafacial targets many of the most common skincare concerns like signs of aging and dryness, all with no side effects. The Hydrafacial treatment takes just 30 minutes and requires no recovery time so that you can squeeze it into even the busiest of schedules. This medical-grade resurfacing treatment cleans out the pores… Read more »

How Long After Getting Kybella Will You See Results?

Have you been wanting to get rid of that turkey neck or double chin? There is a non-surgical treatment for that now. It’s called Kybella. What is Kybella? Kybella is a prescription medicine that is injected into the fat accumulated beneath the chin. The medicine is a naturally occurring compound that assists with the breakdown… Read more »

How to Tighten Neck Skin Without Any Surgery

As people age, they search to find ways that can help them keep signs of aging at bay. Those signs include the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and bulging neck skin, also known as turkey neck. Many people believe that surgery is the only permanent and long-lasting option to prevent such signs of aging…. Read more »

Can Sclerotherapy Be Used For Varicose Veins?

Are you hiding your legs with pants because you hate those red or blue veins in your legs? Now there is a treatment that can reduce those veins so you can bare your legs once again. That procedure is called sclerotherapy. Sclerotherapy is used to reduce varicose veins or spider veins. When To Consider Sclerotherapy… Read more »