Monthly Archives: February 2020
The Cellulaze laser treatment is a proven method for reducing cellulite in all areas of your body. With just one treatment, you’ll notice a decrease in the dimpling and rippling of your skin, a condition that so many men and women try to hide.
After the laser procedure, the cellulite in your body will continue to diminish for 3 to 12 months, so by summer, you’ll be well on your way to smoother skin on your hips, thighs, abdomen, buttocks and arms. Get rid of lumpy pockets of fat and “cottage cheese” depressions. You’ll also notice more elastic and supple skin.
Cellulaze targets the cellulite right where it lives, under the skin. Unlike temporary procedures or products that treat the appearance of cellulite, the Cellulaze laser directly attacks fat deposits for long-lasting results.
So, there is no time like the present, particularly when it comes to Cellulaze. Call my office today to schedule a complimentary consultation and learn more about my Spring Ahead plan for staying ahead and staying beautiful.
See you soon…and check back next week for my Ideal Winter Treatment #3.
Before it’s swimsuit time, say good bye to waxing, shaving and plucking, once and for all. Laser Hair Removal is a safe and fast alternative to the discomfort and inconvenience of temporary methods, and it lasts.
You won’t want to be too tan before the treatment, so it makes perfect sense to come in for your first appointment now, while winter is in serious swing. The laser is effective on all areas of the body, including the upper lip, bikini area, underarms, chest, back and legs. And, the effects are progressive, so you’ll see continued improvement–including extra smooth skin–as time goes on.
So, there is no time like the present, particularly when it comes to Laser Hair Removal. Call my office today to schedule a complimentary consultation and learn more about my Spring Ahead plan for staying ahead and staying beautiful.
See you soon…and check back next week for my Ideal Winter Treatment #2.
This Valentine’s Day, you may be thinking about the people in your life whom you love. But don’t forget about you.
Being happy with ourselves is a struggle for many of us. For all sorts of reasons, we often have a hard time embracing our strengths, accepting our imperfections and knowing what to do to feel and be our best selves.
I often wonder how we fit into this landscape. We improve physical imperfections. Some might say that people should be content with what they look like, without the extra help that we offer. Over the years, we’ve found that this extra help, when you request it on your own, goes a long way to help you feel better about yourselves. And we are happy about making you happy.
So, this Valentine’s Day, take some time for yourself. If we can help you do that, let us know.
If you’d like to talk with us about how we can help you feel and look your most happy, call our office for a complimentary consultation. We’ll help you determine what is best for you.
Meantime, Happy Valentine’s Day, and see you soon.
It’s fun to watch our favorite actors arriving for the Oscars, primped, polished and poofed to perfection. We all know, though, that this sort of thing can take hours…and hours…to achieve. For everyday good looks, though, there are skin care tricks that will leave you looking just as beautiful without as much effort.
The best part is, the strategy is quite simple. Less is more, when it comes to skin. Here are a few basic tricks for getting–and keeping–your face in movie star shape:
- Be diligent about cleansing: Wash away impurities twice a day with a gentle cleanser. Avoid soap and any other products that contain harsh detergents.
- Be careful with your eyes: Use eye makeup remover around your eyes. Delicate skin requires delicate treatment. Avoid the urge to scrub the skin surrounding your eye and instead, soak a cotton ball or square in oil-free makeup remover and using downward strokes over your lashes, gently remove mascara, liner and shadow.
- Moisturize, day and night, and then, do it again: More is more, when it comes to hydration. After cleansing, apply eye cream and oil-free moisturizer (with sunscreen) liberally. Make sure to remember your lips and neck. At night, after cleansing, apply a rich night cream to your skin and lips.
- Remember to exfoliate: Two to three times a week, use a mild exfoliant to slough away dead skin cells. A rotating facial brush will work, as will creams and lotions containing microbeads. Avoid any products made from shells (such as apricot scrubs), as these can damage your skin.