$199 for Three Venus Freeze Body-Shaping Sessions at Central Carolina Skin & Dermatology in Mebane ($900 Value)

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Venus (MP)² system combines multipolar radio frequency with pulsed magnetic fields in noninvasive procedure that helps oust unwanted fat

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$199 for Three Venus Freeze Body-Shaping Sessions ($900 Value)

The Venus (MP)² system generates multipolar radio frequencies and magnetic pulsed fields to create a dense, uniform heat matrix. This induces bodily reactions, including the sprouting of new blood vessels, increased collagen, and increased elastin production. This can help trigger lipolysis and reduce the mass of subcutaneous fat. The device can also be used to treat wrinkles and rhytides, tighten skin, and reduce cellulite and circumferential fat. Most patients see results in as few as three treatments, though Central Carolina Skin & Dermatology recommends a full series of six treatments for the face and eight to 10 treatments for the body.

Central Carolina Skin & Dermatology

After graduating from the Duke University School of Medicine in 2004, Dr. Ana Benitez-Graham stayed inside the Triangle, completing her dermatology residency at the University of North Carolina. She is now a member of the North Carolina Medical Society and the American Society for Dermatological Surgery and a fellow with the American Academy of Dermatology. Dr. Benitez-Graham leads the staff at Central Carolina Skin & Dermatology on missions to streamline skin surfaces with laser services and conventional dermatology. Depending on symptoms and triggers, they can customize treatment plans to eradicate maladies such as eczema, acne, and psoriasis and to treat certain forms of skin cancer. Dr. Benitez-Graham also performs cosmetic procedures ranging from facial peels and spider-vein treatments to microdermabrasion, cosmetic injectables, and laser hair removal. The center stocks only professional products from brands such as Jane Iredale, Clarisonic, and SkinCeuticals, which are more effective than covering up skin problems with sale-price costume masks.

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