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Lunch Break Transformations
Many treatments take less than 15 minutes.
Many women who are experiencing early signs of aging are not yet a candidate for surgery, but wish to improve the quality and appearance of their skin as well as reduce fine lines and wrinkles. A dermal filler or a BOTOX® Cosmetic might be just right solution, and the best part? You can be in and out of the office and back to work in less than 30 minutes!
Our “lunch break transformations” are very popular—from the time it takes to drive here to the time you are driving back to work you can do a variety of procedures:
- BOTOX® to address fine lines and wrinkles, especially popular for forehead creases and crow’s feet around the eyes
- JUVÉDERM® to add and restore volume that the face has lost, or to fill in “laugh lines” or give full plump lips
Not interested in injectables? Try a Fraxel® Laser Skin resurfacing treatment, in about an hour you will have finished one full treatment, or try a micro peel to simply refresh your skin. Clogged pores and blackheads? Our Isolaz treatment gives dramatic and quick pore cleansing, brightening your skin and leaving only a slight flush—head right on back to work!
Do you have broken veins or capillaries on your face you constantly have to hide under concealer? Try an IPL treatment, which involves minimal discomfort. While experiences vary, redness typically reduces the next few days as treated veins or capillaries begin to fade. Multiple treatments may be needed for desired results, but the initial improvements often encourage patients to complete a series of treatments. At under a $100.00, these sessions are very affordable!
A mini facelift can be done without anesthesia and in under two hours; best of all, patients are often back to work the next day!
In this busy world why not try a treatment that can be done effectively and result in little to no social down time? You’ll love the results.