The doctors and medical spa experts at Flower Mound Women's Health & MedSpa believe that a younger-looking appearance is within reach for anyone. They use the latest equipment and procedures to help clients achieve a desired look: Botox and B12 injections, laser hair removal, microdermabrasion, and cellulite reduction therapy, for example. The rejuvenating Radiesse treatment, meanwhile, is a dermal filler designed to stimulate collagen regrowth and plump out wrinkles.
Doctor of Osteopathy Scott D. Lauer, an ob/gyn specialist and Texas Tech grad, treats his patients' medical and cosmetic concerns with skill and care. His knowledge of expectant mothers' bodies led him to develop a line of pregnancy skincare products, such as stretch mark cream, muscle relief cream, and dill pickle body spray, all under the brand name Sonabrae.
Located inside the Shawn Kristopher Salon and MedSpa, Prater's Skincare and Laser Center is the brainchild of laser technician and aesthetician Erica Prater. She enlists the aid of Dr. Pirinelli, a Board-licensed anesthesiologist with experience in injectables, lasers, and other medical-spa treatments, to help improve clients' appearances. Using their slate of treatments, they help to banish body hair with laser hair removal, remove dead skin cells with microdermabrasion, and fade wrinkles with Botox injections or cinematic effects.
The staff at Le Spa Fit values clients? time, and that?s why their health and beauty treatments harness today?s swiftest noninvasive methods. But they don?t sacrifice effectiveness for speed. In fact, sessions with the Aerolase laser stave off stubble growth for years, and with an added boost of exercise and nutrition coaching, the LipoLaser can keep pudge at bay indefinitely. The center also offers more therapeutic services, including facials that only use natural products and massage aimed at calming the mind and promoting joint flexibility, ideal for those who have always wanted to crack a walnut in the crook behind their knees.