All About Cosmetic is totally focused on beauty enhancements that fend off aging, acne, and other annoyances. So committed to beauty is the boutique that its staffers man a 24-hour hotline to answer make-up, weight-loss, or general beauty questions at any time of day or night. They also like to put their money where their mouth is with a slew of services. In addition to laser treatments that remove hair and tighten the skin, they also support weight loss efforts with Lollolight hunger-suppressant lollipops. When used along with a proper diet and exercises, these treats curb appetites and come in a variety delicious flavors such as strawberry, butterscotch, and watermelon.
Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Medical Associates mission is to seek out hidden, natural beauty located just beneath the skin. To achieve this goal, they offer a comprehensive selection of medical aesthetic treatments that include bio-identical hormonal treatments and injectable fillers that are meant to help clients defy age. Among the services offered are Botox and cosmetic injectable fillers, Juvederm, Radiese, Restylane, medical-grade chemical peels, Lumenis Quantum IPL, Photofacials, HydraFacials, microdermabrasions, and bio-identical hormone replacement.
The center, which now has locations in Texas and Arizona, specializes in fighting aging with hormone-replacement therapy. Its wellness experts use natural hormones to alleviate everything from fatigue to irritability, making clients feel young enough to attend a boy-band concert without earplugs. The experts may also recommend a particular diet to accompany the client's custom treatment plan. To battle external signs of aging, health-care professionals inject dermal fillers into faces, resurface skin with peels, combat hyperpigmentation and spider veins with intense pulsed light, and perform nonsurgical face-lifts. They also treat hair loss with NeoGraft hair restoration.
Founder Ande Akinrele opened i Medspa after spending more than 20 years working in the international health and beauty industry in Belgium, England, and West Africa. Her close-knit staff—which includes physicians, physician assistants, nurses, medical aesthetician, and resident puppet—specializes in FDA-approved laser services such as IPL photofacials, acne treatments, medical weight loss, botox and filler treatments, and laser hair removal. More traditional spa services include facials, diamond-tip microdermabrasion, and chemical peels combining glycolic and salicylic acids. To help clients maintain their results at home, i Medspa sells pharmaceutical or medical-grade skincare lines such as Epionce, Obagi, and Glo-minerals makeup.
A trio of physicians—a dermatologist, an ophthalmic surgeon, and a plastic surgeon—keeps watch over both DermaBare offices, warding off signs of aging from wrinkles to cellulite. Registered nurses aim to obliterate unwanted hair at the root using one of three advanced laser hair-removal machines: the Lumenis LightSheer Duet, Candela GentleLase, and GentleLase Pro. Heated energy rays can also be pointed at faces to help encourage collagen production or send spider veins scattering off of legs and underneath the floorboards. DermaBare's other aesthetic treatments include dermal fillers, chemical peels, and plastic surgery treatments such as breast augmentation and rhinoplasty.
Brazil native Erika is a licensed massage therapist and aesthetician, but she focuses all of her skill on a single service: honey waxing. At Brazilian Studio, she extols the boons of using pure honey to remove unwanted hair instead of synthetic waxes. For one thing, honey wax doesn't stick to the skin as much as hot waxes, even though it grips the hair shaft just has snugly. Furthermore, honey wax is devoid of all the harsh chemical ingredients that can irritate the skin.