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BBL – BroadBand Light – Skin Treatment Laser Is a broad range of aesthetic procedures and non-invasive treatments in one system. Its broad range of wavelengths allows targeted treatment for many skin conditions without the need for additional handpieces. Its a flexible hand piece which enables treatment to hard to reach areas producing evenly treated…(Read More)

Injectable Fillers Injectable fillers are excellent for easing the appearance of deep lines. Injectable fillers are used to treat and enhance nasolabial folds, chin wrinkles, smile lines, pre-jowl and marionette lines, increasing volume loss in the cheeks and plumping lips. Some fillers can stimulate collagen production and last up to a year. The beauty…(Read More)

Eyelash Enhancement with Latisse® If you have the desire for longer, thicker and darker lashes, you now have an option. Latisse® solution is a prescription treatment for hypotrichosis (inadequate eyelashes). Only Latisse® has been approved by the FDA for the treatment of hypotrichosis. The majority of Latisse® users see a significant improvement within two (2…(Read More)

Botox® for Hyperhydrosis Hyperhydrosis is a common condition better known as excessive sweating. Are you embarrassed to raise your arms in public because of underarm stains? Is severe sweating interfering with your normal activities? Does an antiperspirant not work? If you answered yes to these questions you may be a candidate for Botox® treatment. Schedule…(Read More)

Are you frustrated with the appearance of cellulite? Is there any way to get rid of it? There is a cellulite treatment that actually works to improve the appearance of embarrassing and unsightly cellulite. It is called Mesotherapy. Mesotherapy is a vast improvement over other treatments such as liposuction. Mesotherapy is a non-surgical procedure…(Read More)

Wrinkle Reduction Are you tired of looking angry or unapproachable, when you’re not? Years of squinting, concentrating, or frowning can cause your skin to furrow and crease. As time passes, your skin becomes less elastic and those frown lines between your brows and around your eyes remain. Here are some products that may assist…(Read More)

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