Category Archives Non-invasive

Acne Scar Treatment

We asked two beauty experts to weigh in on the effectiveness of microneedling for the treatment of acne scars. Here's their advice. Every year, 50 million Americans suffer from acne. For many, the most common skin condition in the country clears up over time. However, others are left with a lasting reminder of the predominantly teen skin disease in the form…

Intracel Skin Tightening treatment

Intracel combines microneedling and radiofrequency into one quick non-invasive skin tightening procedure. By causing controlled trauma deep under the surface of the skin, Intracel promotes natural collagen repair and renewal. The procedure comes with minimal risks or side effects and effectively has no downtime. While Intracel was only approved by the FDA for use in the United States in 2016, Europeans…

lunchtime-facelift

This new procedure -- using skin-suspending strings -- may soon be as popular as fillers for fixing sagging skin. Just don’t call it “a thread lift.” In this day of technological innovations in cosmetic surgery, one question is on many prospective patients' lips: why go under the knife if I don’t have to? Many of the newest procedures are virtually…

VI Peel

The VI (Vitality Institute) Peel, from VI Aesthetics, is reported to be less painful than traditional chemical peels. Unlike other well-known chemical peels that contain glycolic acid, it's made of a combination of other alpha and beta hydroxy acids. Although VI Peels are recommended for a wide range of skin types and aesthetic concerns, they aren’t right for everyone. VI…

Belotero

Quick Facts About Belotero is a hyaluronic acid-based dermal filler. Injection sites Belotero is FDA approved for correction of facial wrinkles and folds. It can also be used on lips and in the area under the eyes. Results Results appear immediately and last six to nine months. Cost One syringe of Belotero costs $500-$600. A typical treatment session costs $700-$1,200.…

Get rid of Crows Feet

Wrinkle creams don't work, and surgery seems too drastic. Thankfully, there are many other treatment options to consider that can help you prevent and reduce the appearance of crow's feet. What are crow's feet? As we age, our skin loses its ability to stretch and rebound. Sun damage, dehydration, smoking, and even some prescription medications can all contribute to this loss of elasticity.…

Radiesse

Quick Facts About Radiesse is a dermal filler that also stimulates natural collagen production in the skin. Injection sites Radiesse is FDA-approved for smile lines, temples, cheeks, chin, and hand injections. Side effects Side effects include pain, redness, and swelling. Most side effects resolve on their own. Results Effects can last up to 30 months; typically closer to 12-18 months…

non-surgical facelift

With the range of current technologies and procedures available, people don’t want to, or more importantly, don’t have to, go under the knife.  If your goal is to restore your youthful glow, you can use a combination of non-surgical procedures to achieve a natural looking facelift without surgery, even well into your 60s. In many cases, you can even schedule…

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