Though science is the basis for their body-shaping treatments, the trained technicians at Body Science Chicago help clients look more beautiful with non-invasive technology. They employ FDA-approved Lipomassage and Endermologie devices to battle cellulite, boost circulation, and tighten skin without resorting to painful surgery. The devices use rolling massagers, which can help break down fat deposits and increase collagen production. Endermologie can even be used on the face to help firm complexions and reduce puffiness.
Sono Bella Clinica's medically supervised staff deploys FDA-cleared VelaSmooth treatments that coalesce radio frequencies, infrared light, and gentle vacuuming to smooth puckered epidermises. Invisible waves and rays delve stealthily beneath the skin's surface, catalyzing metabolism within embedded fat cells to leave behind a smoothened façade. Cellulite colonies of the hips, abs, buttocks, arms, calves, neck, and bra line capitulate under the invisible auspices of VelaSmooth technologies. Most patients require six to eight weekly sessions lasting 45- to 60-minutes each to achieve ideally dimpleless skin, and results typically last six to eight weeks after the last session. Because of its non-invasive nature, VelaSmooth treatments incur no recovery time, so clients can immediately return to prior engagements such as a Rockette's body double.
Though many plastic surgeons take pride in the way they can sculpt the body, not many are actually accomplished sculptors like Dr. Anthony Geroulis. He strives to weave the artistry of his sculptures into each procedure and leave his patients with a natural look. He directs The Skinmedispa, a division of the North Shore Center for Facial Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery, with this philosophy as well. His team of licensed aestheticians and certified therapists, on the other hand, wield only noninvasive treatments to improve the look and feel of the face, skin, and body. Their services boost collagen production, balance pigmentation, and give skin a glow rivaled only by an active volcano that has recently fallen in love or swallowed a flaming Cheeto.
Board-certified plastic surgeon Peter Johnson has a work ethic that not only drove him to earn highest honors from the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honors Society at Northwestern University Medical School, but also to become a clinical assistant professor at the University of Chicago before opening his Center for Aesthetic Surgery. When he's not performing face-lifts, nasal shaping, liposuction, or breast enhancements, Dr. Johnson is answering questions about cosmetic surgery and doling out advice on RealSelf's online doctor-patient forum or in smoke signals above the office.
Doctor of Chiropractic Kim Martin of North Shore Health Solutions is board certified in integrative medicine. Dr. Martin and her staff offer a variety of treatments including acupuncture, chiropractic care, therapeutic exercise, and weight-loss programs.
Lamaris Salon & Day Spa's aestheticians and stylists customize services to suit each client, whether they are waxing away hair or performing a range of facials. Lamaris's technicians also provide more holistic treatments, using acupuncture needles to relieve pain and encourage weight loss as well as glass cupping to free up internal pathways and allow chi to pass freely through the many tollbooths installed in the body.