Each Body By Laser clinic pairs cold-laser technology with holistic health practices to help patients lose inches and keep them off. The treatment gets its magic from cold lipolasers, which are designed to gently shrink fat cells by dislodging their contents so that they can be fully discarded through the body's natural metabolic process and series of tiny secondhand stores. Each one-hour treatment series wraps up with a consultation on diet and exercise, along with a quick session atop a whole-body-vibration platform engineered to burn even more calories.
Like art-house films and fish-flavored popsicles, these procedures are not intended for everyone; females who are pregnant or nursing should not undertake the treatment, nor should patients with active forms of cancer. Should any complications be discovered during Body By Laser's initial screening, the company will issue a refund.
At Omni Aesthetics, Dr. William Song helps every client fight the signs of aging, no matter their level of fame. Having treated everyone from regular folk to celebrities, Dr. Song has been seen on Good Morning America touting the benefits of his nonsurgical Ultherapy ultrasound face-lifts. A specialist in aesthetic medicine, he also employs noninvasive lasers and injectables to reduce fine lines, and his staff's microdermabrasion and hydrafacial treatments restore the skin's natural complexion before it gets erased from too much flash photography. Dr. Song now offers non-surgical facelifts using the client's fat as a filler.
Jessica, a licensed aesthetician with more than 10 years of skincare experience, knows that there's no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to obtaining healthy skin. That's why she tailors each service to meet different needs. Teenagers benefit from anti-blemish facials, guys feel refreshed after gentlemen's facials, and those looking to combat fine lines or reverse sun damage find the help they need in a micropeel treatment. To refine skin tone and texture, Jessica can also administer a microdermabrasion session, which uses a machine that is designed to be less irritating to skin since it doesn't contain crystals or tell knock-knock jokes.
Licensed podiatrist Dr. Raymond M. Maimone has helped heal a lot of feet over the course of three decades in private practice. Dr. Maimone has always worked to stay at the forefront of podiatric care, arming his team with advanced lasers. The units often reduce a patient’s need for surgery, unlike a decision to put a trampoline under a basketball goal. Aided by these lasers or traditional podiatry, Dr. Maimone can treat sprained ankles, fractures, and many other foot disorders.
Jessica Eberhardt, the owner of Pure Skin Salon and Spa, wants to make her clients feel like family. And with all the treatments she and her team offer, it doesn't take long to start thinking of the spa as a second home. One week, you might stop by for an exfoliating microdermabrasion treatment and a touch-up on your lash extensions; the next might call for a hot-stone massage or a reflexology pedicure. Of course, it doesn't hurt that Pure Skin actually looks pretty homey, too. Beautiful hardwood floors run throughout the interior, and the private spa rooms are outfitted with everything from candles to blanket forts.
When Angel Tips opened the doors to its single Long Island store in 1996, it had a simple premise: to offer professional nail, waxing, and beauty services at an affordable price. Although the company has expanded to more than 60 locations across New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut since then, their focus on professionalism remains the same. They even require all of their licensed professionals to hone their skills at a specialized training center in Connecticut.
Though Angel Tips expertly performs waxing services and installs eyelash extensions, their specialty lies in nail care. Their technicians perform traditional, gel, and acrylic manicures, as well as specialty pedicures with paraffin and hot stone massages. Cleanliness, like professionalism and affordability, is a top priority; all locations use sanitized tools, disposable files and buffer pads, and pedicure chairs that have fully outgrown their teenage grunge phases.