November 2007 eNewsletter

Glow for the Holidays!!!
 
Look your best for the holidays with beautiful, glowing skin. Start now and appear relaxed and stress-free regardless of your busy schedule. Make sure to have enough sleep, eat properly and drink plenty of water.
 
Heading south or skiing? Don’t forget your sunscreen. Book an appointment with one of our medical aestheticians who will develop an individualized treatment plan for you. 

Your skin will be more radiant with:
 
Light chemical peels to gently exfoliate and brighten skin.
Microdermabrasion is perfect before holiday parties to immediately smooth skin.
Facials by our medical aestheticians to clear impurities and soften skin.
Our Signature Superfacial and SuperPeel combine facials and microdermabrasion or peels for softness and glow.
Acne and rosacea treatments to control stubborn breakouts.
Intense pulsed light to diminish spider veins and brown spots.
Photodynamic therapy with Levulan to control acne and reverse sun damage.
Thermage to tighten collagen and firm skin.
Fraxel laser to resurface skin, for maximal effect with minimal recovery time.
Botox Cosmetic to erase frown lines, smooth crow’s feet and more.
Fillers, such as Restylane, Perlane and Juvéderm to plump creases and enhance lips. 
 
UltraShape Body Contour
 
UltraShape removes those stubborn pockets of fat around the abdomen, flanks, back and thighs with painless, safe ultrasound. It is a nonsurgical procedure with no recovery time. Check our website information or ask us for details. 
 
Common skin conditions this time of year:
 
Flaky, blotchy face—dryness, eczema, and rosacea commonly flare during the cold weather. Use a mild cleanser and moisturizer. A humidifier is helpful. Effective treatments are available—just ask us.
 
Dandruff—For an itchy, flaky scalp, use a medicated shampoo; a prescription product may be necessary for more stubborn cases.
Dry skin—Use warm, not hot water for bathing and a mild cleanser and moisturizer. Use mild laundry detergents without bleach, avoid fabric softeners and wear soft, cotton clothing next to your skin.
 
Chapped hands—wear protective gloves for housework and outside. Use a rich moisturizing hand cream.
 
Cracking heels—After soaking, pumice gently, apply a rich, moisturizing AHA-containing cream and cover with booties nightly.
 

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