Before she was a licensed medical aesthetician, Sally Raker learned to heal the human body by shifting its surrounding energy with the vibrations of tuning forks. Since then, she has forgone sound therapy in favor of clearing the acne from teenage skin. When not beautifying brides before the big day, Sally indulges in her penchant for ballet by pirouetting with her six-year-old Pomeranian, Jack, though she usually refrains from doing so at the dog park.
Restoring a thick, lustrous head of hair doesn't necessarily mean turning to hair-transplant surgery. In addition to selling nurturing haircare products and laser combs, Pro Hair Inc uses strands of technologically advanced Cyberhair. Although designed to look and move like natural hair, it's lighter, stronger, and holds its style better. The company's technicians can attach strand of hair by strand at the root of existing hair through the Micro Point Link method which may increase scalp fullness up to 400%. Volume-enhancing hair restoration procedures are ideal for clients not only balding but also those experiencing overall thinness. Procedures are not permanent and may required follow-up treatments from time to time.
Dr. Carlene Ashley first made waves in the field of cosmetic surgery by becoming Newport Beach's first female plastic surgeon in 1986. Since then, she's worked in a number of practices, all with the promise of accentuating clients' best attributes for a natural look, "mak[ing] you look better, not different." At MedBoutique, Dr. Ashley teams up with staff in order to provide a wide range of services from the surgical?such as blepharoplasty and skin-tag removal?to the noninvasive?including photofacials and laser body contouring. They even offer traditional spa services such as facials and body waxing for clients averse to surgery or secret agents with a serious laser phobia.
Southeast Cosmetic Rejuvenation Group team of beauticians pampers clients with hair, nail, spa, and massage services. Inside the salon, stylists revamp strands into artful looks and dispense advice on how to add flare to one's hair with accenting highlights or thought bubbles. The resident skin experts lend similar attention to the body, exfoliating faces with customized formulas and slimming waistlines with invigorating body wraps.
Dr. Briggs E. Cook Jr.'s prestigious resume includes a medical degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, a residency in ophthalmology at the Mayo Clinic, and a fellowship in eye and facial cosmetic surgery at the University of Wisconsin. The board-certified ophthalmologist and surgeon has also published numerous professional papers on oculoplastic and cosmetic surgery.
But Dr. Cook's knowledge isn't merely academic, and he puts his surgical skills to use at Pure Facial Plastic Surgery, where he lifts sagging eyelids, reduces undereye bags, and firms necks. He also relies on less invasive procedures to make skin look more youthful, including cosmetic injections and dermal fillers. A consultation with Dr. Cook can help clients determine which procedure is right for them and get a detailed analysis of their dream journal.
Body Electric Rejuvenation Center owner Melissa Lynch has been a registered nurse for 14 years and in the health and fitness industry for more than 20. This experience compliments her work at the center, where she strives to share pain-relieving therapies with her patients, including electrical soft-tissue therapy and detoxification. Melissa welcomes clients seeking solace from maladies of all kinds, which she addresses with electrical stimulation during exercise for chronic pains, or ozone therapy for extra boosts of body-restoring oxygen that work to improve a host of issues.