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  • Tips for Taking Care of Your Skin After Microdermabrasion

    Microdermabrasion is a minimally-invasive procedure that works by buffing away the top layer of your skin to reveal the fresher layer underneath. The painless procedure can be performed in under an hour, and promises little to no downtime. In order to achieve lasting results, your medical spa professional will recommend products and topical treatments that promote the healing process and will restore your skin after the treatment. Here are some important tips for taking care of your skin after microdermabrasion:

  • Pros and Cons of SilkPeel Dermal Infusion

    If you’ve have undergone microdermabrasion treatments or had a deep chemical peel, you may be a good candidate for the SilkPeel Dermal Infusion treatment. This innovative exfoliation treatment is a step above the standard microdermabrasion procedure because it stimulates collagen production and also delivers any topical treatments deep into the skin’s layers. The result is healthy, strong and resilient looking skin that’s free of fine lines and light wrinkles.

  • Pros and Cons of Synergie Cellulite Treatments

    If you’re one of the millions of women with unsightly cellulite on your hips, thighs, buttocks and stomach, you may be a good candidate for cellulite treatment. Synergie is a non-invasive cellulite reduction procedure that works to smooth, tighten and tone the skin, reducing the appearance of cellulite. The procedure can be administered to several ‘problem’ areas in one session, and most people see noticeable results within a few treatments.

  • Top Five Treatments for Age Spot Removal

    Too much sun exposure, weakened skin cells, and even bruises that do not heal properly can leave behind pigmented cells known as age spots.

  • Juvederm vs. Restylane? Which One Is the Better Dermal Filler?

    Juvederm and Restylane Injections are the most popular choices in dermal fillers on the market, but Juvederm is still fairly new – it received FDA approval in the summer of 2006, while Restylane has been the filler of choice since 2003. Both offer many benefits and drawbacks, and some people have reported extremely bad results.

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