Now is the time of year that many of us resolve to better ourselves in the months ahead, and often our resolutions focus on how we look and feel. If becoming the best version of yourself is something you’re thinking about in 2023, then consider one or more of the treatments from our list of favorite facial and body sculpting procedures.

For the Best Skin of Your Life

Getting a regular facial clears clogged pores, quenches parched skin, removes dead cells, stimulates collagen production, and strengthens the muscles in your face, which minimizes fine lines and wrinkles to create softer, smoother skin. Our favorite is the Fire & Ice facial, which is a celebrity-endorsed clinical facial that rapidly and effectively fights fine lines and wrinkles using hot and cold stimulation. Fire & Ice is the perfect solution for something stronger than a spa facial, but not as aggressive as a chemical peel.

A New Contour

SculpSure is non-surgical and non-invasive laser body contouring that helps you achieve a natural-looking, slimmer appearance. It is effective at treating stubborn areas and is FDA-cleared to reduce fat in the belly, love handles, back, thighs, and under the chin.

With SculpSure, losing the fat for good is as easy as 1-2-3.

  • TARGET: Targeted laser energy heats fat cells under the skin without affecting the skin’s surface.
  • DESTROYING FAT CELLS: SculpSure raises the temperature of fat cells damaging their structural integrity.
  • RESULTS: Fat cells are permanently removed and will not regenerate. Results can be seen as quickly as six weeks.

A SculpSure treatment is just 25-minutes. Imagine being able to achieve a natural-looking, slimmer appearance without surgery or downtime in less time than you take for lunch.

The Key is Collagen Synthesis

Have you ever wished that you could make your facial skin look and feel as it did several years ago? Despite all your efforts, is the cumulative exposure to the sun starting to show on your face? Well, now is the time to take advantage of some amazing, 21st century technology. It’s called laser facial rejuvenation, and it refers to the use of a variety of technologies, each designed to improve either the color or texture of your facial skin through collagen synthesis.

Why is collagen synthesis important? By age 30, most adults begin experiencing a net loss of nearly 5% of their natural collagen production per year. The key to revitalizing the skin is to stimulate a higher level of collagen production. Over time, the increase in collagen and elastin helps decrease pore size, improve texture, and helps with fine wrinkles. When stimulated, our skin can do a better job repairing and maintaining itself.

Think of this as a highly calibrated micro-injury to your skin, which will respond by triggering the wound healing process, thus ramping up the synthesis of collagen. The presence of this additional collagen renders the skin more youthful. Fine lines and pores are diminished as the new collagen invigorates the interior of your skin. The outward appearance of your skin looks more refreshed as the collagen density of your skin is restored.

A Smarter Way to Remove Fat

SmartLipo body contouring is a minimally invasive, laser-assisted liposuction procedure that is used to treat small areas of fat on the arms, abdomen, buttocks, and thighs. This technique shares many of the features of traditional liposuction, however, it can be performed without general anesthesia and utilizes laser energy to break up the fat.

With SmartLipo, you’re in the office one day and turning heads the next. Are you ready? If so, it’s time to reshape your body and reshape your life.

So Many Ways to Help

Because our appearances are so intricately linked to our sense of well-being – and vice versa – we welcome the opportunity to get together and discuss the answers that are uniquely right for you. Whether your concerns include skin surface or pigmentation, facial profile, or body contour, we have answers that involve little or no downtime and build results you can feel, inside and out.

Let’s get together for that chat, as we open our calendars to 2023.