The therapists at Blue Diamond Spa render skincare services, massage therapy, and energy healing. From facials and micropeels to seaweed treatments and body waxing, experienced skincare specialists remove dead skin cells from surfaces and dirt from pores with products from Dermalogica and Jane Iredale. Massage therapists knead out tension and help prevent injury by applying various degrees of pressure, like parents trying to get a perfect child to eat dessert for once. Alternate therapies treat more stubborn imperfections with plastic surgery and Zerona laser treatments that help patients lose weight. Their energy healing, meanwhile, can relieve chronic pain and fatigue. Blue Diamond Spa offers beauty injectables such as Botox and fillers, as well as Carboxy. In addition, there are two Ayurvedic-medicine practitioners on the staff.
When Dr. Abraham Tzadik decides to do something, few things can stand in his way. From serving in the Israeli military as an ear, nose, and throat specialist to climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, his cumulative life experiences set him apart as a dedicated and driven man. This drive is reflected in his work, which spans more than 38 years and includes reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. His procedures range from face-lifts to liposuction, and his nonsurgical treatments revivify the skin with intense pulsed light or the gentle flicker from early vacation stills.
The lotus flower symbolizes renewal, rejuvenation, and refinement. Using this blossom as their inspiration, the beauty professionals behind Lotus Beverly Hills Skin Center aim to help renew, rejuvenate, and refine skin with cosmetic injections, peels, and laser treatments. Noninvasive treatments help clients on a quest for weight loss to achieve shapelier silhouettes with lasers, radio frequencies, and appetite suppressants. When patients stroll through Lotus Beverly Hills Skin Center's glass doors, cherry-blossom murals greet their eyes from behind a dark wooden desk. Leather chairs, potted plants, and tan fabric couches occupy the serene space, which comfortably fits three laser-treatment rooms, four skincare rooms, and one fully functioning Gutenberg printing press.
After graduating from Cornell University, Dr. Brian Evans established a practice in California in the hopes of evolving cosmetic surgery results from the "operated" look of the past to more dramatic yet natural transformations. He bolsters youthful looks with cosmetic surgeries such as implants, tummy tucks, and rhinoplasty, and he has appeared as a cast physician on the E! Network's Dr. 90210. He and his team can beautify clients with nonsurgical procedures such as laser hair removal and laser skin rejuvenation, and they also treat patients with dermatological ailments such as acne, abnormal pigmentation, or having the same fingerprints as Al Capone.
As the year 1984 was dated on checks across the world, Gary S. Takowsky, MD began his career in plastic surgery in private practices in Beverly Hills. Board certified in head and neck surgery, he focuses on treating clients above the shoulder line, making him very popular with celebrity bobble-head dolls. The doctor is dedicated to fully educating his patients about their potential procedures, offering complimentary consultations to ensure clients feel confident in making informed decisions about their treatment options. Patients can further feel at ease with the care he provides, knowing that each treatment plan is drafted based on experience from numerous postgraduation education courses and procedures that he has conducted many times or even created himself.
Minimally invasive and laser beauty treatments are the main order of business at Beverly Hills Aesthetics, a state-of-the-art medical facility helmed by Dr. Sam Assassa. Here, medical cosmetologists use modern equipment, such as the LightSheer Diode Laser System or the laser-tipped SmartLipo handpiece, to permanently reduce unwanted body hair or melt fat and suction it out of troublesome bulges. The doctor makes innovative use of beauty injections and dermal fillers, revising imbalanced facial features in a way that was once only possible through surgery or paper bags with eye holes.