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Dr. Joyce Peters has held many roles in her career—nutritionist, weight loss coach, aesthetician—all of which inform the actions she takes in her current role as medical director at Forever Young Anti-Aging Center. On a regular basis, Peters and her licensed staff consult with clients and administer a range of salon and spa services, from traditional skin and hair services to modern treatments such as LipoStar body-wrap sessions. Though most of the center’s treatments target signs of aging—wrinkles, cellulite, pocketed birthday cake candles—others, such as Swedish massage, are offered simply to provide general stress relief and promote overall wellness.
Established in 1990, Hair Restoration of California—which has been featured on Los Angeles Fox News and KCAL Channel 9—offers a variety of treatments that address hair loss in men, women, and children. In addition to low-level laser hair-therapy treatments and surgical hair transplants performed by board-certified plastic surgeons, they give their clients nonsurgical hair replacement options such as Ultratress hair-progression hair extensions. They treat patients who suffer from male- and female-pattern baldness, as well as those who have medical hair loss caused by chemotherapy or alopecia. Inside their facility, an experienced staff of trichologists and beauticians work inside private styling rooms while clients read, watch television, or stare at the ceiling trying to name all the constellations in alphabetical order.
LA Laser and Skin Center's board-certified dermatologist Dr. Daniel Taheri decorates his office with a Valentine Honor, the most prestigious award bestowed upon a UCLA Medical School graduate. A tenacious academic after graduation, he has published more than 25 articles in scientific journals and authored a tome, Practical Management of Skin Cancer, which medical schools use in their curricula, and high school cafeterias boil down into lunches. The Center reaps the benefits of Dr. Taheri's continued diligence, with special departments for skin-cancer management and medical dermatology. Beauty is also cultivated at the cutting edge. Surgery restores battered hands or shapes alluring contours into monuments to the hourglass, and FDA-cleared lasers rejuvenate complexions. The Center is also among the first to try new cosmetic procedures, such as Ultherapy, an FDA-approved noninvasive facelift that has been featured in press outlets such as Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, In Style, and CBS's The Early Show. Dr. Taheri demonstrates his expertise at eight LA Laser and Skin Centers in California and Nevada, and shares professional insights on television networks including CNN and NBC, clips of which you can see on the Center's YouTube channel.
Dr. Adrien Aiache's years of experience in plastic and reconstructive surgery has brought a high-profile list of clients to his Beverly Hills and Tarzana clinics. But the work his steady hands do isn’t only meant for celebrities. Born in Morocco and trained in France, Dr. Aiache has always been on the forefront of new cosmetic treatments for his patients through the years. He’s also devoted his time to teaching up-and-coming doctors his art at teaching hospitals and university classrooms. Among his youth-renewing procedures, a slate of nonsurgical treatments also includes chemical peels, laser procedures, and injections.
Fans of HGTV's Living With Ed might remember Renee as the spa-owner friend of Ed Begley Jr. and his wife Rachelle. But the TV show isn’t the 20-year skincare veteran's first brush with fame. Before opening a second location in LA, she had been helping entertainers and other high-profile faces age gracefully for years and her treatments have been featured on numerous TV shows including The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and Good Day LA. Instead of subjecting patients to knives, stitches, and weeks spent hiding indoors, her nonsurgical face-lift relies on a computerized device that uses nano signals to lift sagging muscles and build new tissues. Using the FDA-approved Dermosonic method, Renee is also able to channel ultrasonic vibrations to help break up cellulite deposits, unveiling slimmer, shapelier contours ready to be shown off in a swimsuit or a particularly revealing hot-dog costume, and LED light therapy targets age spots on the hands to ensure appendages match their newly youthful bodies.