Sandy Hutnick is a board-certified registered nurse, and at 180 Day Spa, she uses the beauty industry’s latest medical-grade tools to help clients feel better about how they look. As the owner and self-proclaimed “practitioner extraordinaire” at 180, Sandy can give out tips and perform treatments for the entire body. She offers acne and blemish remedies, intense-pulsed light treatments for under-eye circles, and can perform fractional skin resurfacing to erase scars leftover from surgery.
Beyond her status as a registered nurse, Sandy also happens to carry certification in administering cosmetic fillers (which corrects dull, sagging skin), in sclerotherapy (a spider-vein treatment), and laser hair removal. In case your favorite Looney Tunes character has changed again, her spa even offers laser tattoo removal.
When Dr. Sasson Moulavi worked in an emergency room, he noticed a disturbing trend: heart attacks among people in their 30s and 40s. So the bariatric physician developed a diet program that uses organic ingredients, triple-filtered water, and hunger-controlling foods such as muffins, shakes, and soups to help people lose weight. There is even a cookie diet, in which a healthy cookie?formulated to be a perfect balance of fiber, protein, and amino acids?aims to help clients lose several pounds per week.
At Smart For Life offices across the country, nutrition experts and physicians guide patients to healthier lifestyles with these diet products, supervised weight-loss and wellness programs, and complex mazes that lead to bowls of salad. They also slim waists with the help of vitamin B12 injections.
Medical esthetician and certified permanent makeup artist, Teresa Dulong has more than 25 years of experience in her filed. Teresa offers a variety of services, including microdermabrasion, chemical peels, photofacials, and skin-tightening treatments. Teresa also helps rejuvenate client appearances with more cosmetic-based services, including custom-blending foundation to suit individual skin tones and providing permanent makeup. In order to stay abreast of the constantly changing industry, Teresa attends conferences and seminars to learn new technology and deepen her skills.
With almost two decades of experience, therapist Janine Glickman blends massage styles to soothe stress while fortifying the skin with essential oils from fruits, herbs, barks, spices, and seeds. Janine can also use electrology to stunt unwanted hair on the arms and legs, or she can wield MatrixIR technologies with lasers and bipolar frequencies that reduce wrinkles, scars, and goose bumps. For more extensive physical renovations, ultrasonic lipo-cavitation therapies noninvasively emulsify fat to contour bodies, allowing clients to fit into skinny jeans or a rich neighbor's trash can.
When the first Dermatone Skin Rejuvenation Center opened in downtown Miami in November 2010, it aimed to help clients rejuvenate their youth and embrace their outer aesthetics. Today, the franchise still relies on carefully selected treatments designed to erase years off their clients' appearances. Dermatone's licensed technicians and nurses have treated thousands of guests with FDA-approved techniques and equipment, including radio-frequency generators for skin-tightening treatments that seek to mitigate stretch marks and cellulite. The therapeutic, deep-seeking heat massages existing collagen and promotes the production of new collagen in hopes of firmer skin surfaces. The clinic and its technicians, however, don?t only offer this treatment?they also present a slate of facials, designed with essential oils, clay masks, and vitamin C. Additionally, they offer weight-loss services via vitamin injections, recipe books, and freezing one's snacks in a block of ice.
As one of five of its treatment centers across the country, Boca Body Light focuses on a singular goal: to slim down body shapes without breaking the skin. During treatments, noninvasive light technologies burrow beneath the skin to emulsify excess fat in problem areas such as the hips, thighs, or thumbs. Sessions are generally painless, with most patients likening the procedure to the feeling of a hot-stone massage, a gentle flick from a rubber band, or a quick lick from a siamese cat.