UltraSlim® is the only non-invasive procedure for immediate fat loss. This device uses a special patented type of light to stimulate and shrink fat cells. The treated fat cells respond by opening temporary pores in the cell and emptying the fat cell contents, releasing all of that stubborn fat you just can’t seem to get rid of.
In multi-site clinical trials, UltraSlim® was proven 100% effective for all patients. Losses at each visit ranged from 1 5/8″ and 24 fl. oz. to 10″ and 1.2 gallons of fat!
UltraSlim® is safer than any other body contouring technology. UltraSlim® Professional is the only body contouring device that is Risk Group 1, the same risk group as a tongue depressor. All other body contouring devices risk serious side effects and adverse outcomes such as pain, bruising, and swelling. With Ultraslim , there is no pain, no discomfort, and no side effects.
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“The Vampire Facial”
Microneedling is typically performed in a series of four to six sessions, spaced about a month apart.
“The needles are inserted deeper at each subsequent session, as the skin becomes thicker and can tolerate it,” said Shainhouse.
During the procedure, a topical anesthetic is applied and then a penlike tool is used to insert tiny stainless steel needles into the skin to cause microinjuries or punctures. The idea is that the damage caused by the needles encourages your body to send healing agents (elastin and collagen) to the cuts to repair them.
By making tiny columns of trauma in the dermis, the body is forced to make new collagen to fill them in and heal them. This new collagen makes skin look and feel slicker, tighter, and more youthful. Because the sun breaks down collagen, and our skin naturally makes less collagen as we age, any intervention that encourages increased collagen synthesis can make skin look and act younger.
To speed up collagen synthesis, a procedure known as a Vampire Facial, which involves withdrawing a person’s blood and processing it to create PRP. During the microneedling treatment, the PRP is topically applied onto the skin, which releases growth factors and quickens the healing process.
Microneedling can cost a quarter of the price of getting multiple laser treatments, depending on the skill level of the practitioner.
It also tends to be a comfortable procedure with low risk and short recovery.
Moreover, the risks involved with receiving microneedling are lower than many other skin treatments, such as chemical peels or light/laser therapies. The procedure is more effective than more aggressive treatments for acne scarring.
For those who are do-it-yourselfers, there are products available that allow you to microneedle at home. However, professionals are able to get deeper into the skin’s surface. Longer needles must be used by a skilled professional, and are not available for at-home use.
$700 for 1
$1200 for 2
$1500 for 3
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$150 for 5ml
For those looking to improve the look of scars, boost collagen, or encourage hair growth, microneedling might offer a minimally invasive solution. The practice of microneedling dates back to 1995, but it has gained significant traction in recent years. Simply put, microneedling is the insertion of very fine short needles into the skin for the purposes of rejuvenation.
From microneedling alone, you will look plump, pink and luminous for a couple of weeks. On a short-term basis, it plumps the skin and makes the skin look more radiant from inflammation.
But microneedling also promises improvement over time.
According to a 2008 study, skin treated with four microneedling sessions spaced one month apart produced up to a 400% increase in collagen and elastin six months after completing treatment. Microneedling stimulates dormant hair follicles.
In a recent study, 100 test subjects were divided into two groups; one set was treated with minoxidil lotion and the other received minoxidil lotion plus microneedling. After 12 weeks, 82 percent of the microneedling group reported 50 percent improvement versus 4.5 percent of the minoxidil lotion-only group.
$500 for 1
$900 for 2
$1200 for 3
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KYBELLA ® may be right for you if:
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TCA Medical Peel
TCA stands for trichloroacetic acid and is a common agent used for chemical peeling, one type of facial resurfacing. It comes in varying concentrations, allowing for varying depths of peeling (depending on the concentration). TCA peels can help treat pigmentation, discoloration, fine lines and aging grooves. A TCA peel should be done by a well-trained Skin care professional, in their office. The downtime and recovery can range from a few days to several weeks, depending on the strength of the peel. A TCA peel is not appropriate for all skin types, nor is it the best treatment modality for certain types of facial rejuvenation. But a strong medium-depth TCA peel can give great results when done properly on the right patient.
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$300 reg. price