Radiesse is an excellent treatment to add volume and fullness back into the face and hands, giving you the fuller, refreshed look of your youth. Whereas Botox is an injection that paralyzes the nerves in your face to create a relaxed look, Radiesse adds volume to “plump” up your face, adding shape and also minimizing wrinkles. It takes about 30 minutes in a doctor’s office and the results are immediate and high-impact.
Exilis is a noninvasive and painless procedure used to tighten skin and reduce fat deposits on your body. If you’ve considered having a surgery like a facelift or liposuction, but are not completely committed to the idea of surgery just yet, then Exilis may be the alternative treatment for you.
Chemical peels have long been successfully used to treat mild to severe acne. They are also a wonderful treatment for acne scars, uneven pigmentation, sun spots and are great for just a general refresh and brightening of the skin.
Is Botox safe? The short answer is, yes. Botox is a safe procedure with minimal risks and side effects, but they key is to go to an experienced and trusted doctor. Like any medical procedure, there can be adverse reactions and undesired consequences if it’s performed incorrectly.
A lot of time is spent on rejuvenating the face, but there are other parts of the body that can suffer from aging signs, especially the hands. Recent trends have brought patients in their 30s, 40s, and 50s into clinics nationwide seeking treatments for the aging backs of their hands. One of the most vulnerable and neglected areas of the body, the back of the hands are exposed to sun, free radicals, and the elements almost all the time. The anti-aging creams applied to our faces rarely make it to the hands. Thankfully, there are nonsurgical treatments that can help you regain some of that lost youth and restore your smooth, soft hands.