Latisse is an FDA-approved prescription drug that was developed to treat inadequate eyelash growth; be sure to carefully review the safety information on the Latisse website. If Celibre's experienced medical professionals and beauty wranglers decide after your initial consultation that the Latisse treatment is not suited for you, a full refund will be offered, or you can use the $99 you spent for the Groupon toward another service at the office. Celibre's eyelash consultants can spot a Latisse candidate from across the street—though they conduct a comprehensive exam attentive to your individual needs and eyelash dreams just for the fun of it.
Over the last 23 years, Dr. Jeffrey Kleis has treated feet and perfected the medical art of removing unsightly fungus that has taken root on his clients' toes. Having performed more than 4,000 laser procedures, Dr. Kleis has become one of the foremost physicians when it comes to treating onychomycosis. Rather than relying on alternatives such as topical creams, oral medication, or dipping patients' toes into a tank of pencil erasers, Dr. Kleis uses the Cutera GenesisPlus. A testament to the maxim that the best way to master something is to teach it, he has trained other physicians in its use, appeared in a Cutera training video, and has even been a Cutera consultant.
Toronto-native Dr. Bruce R. Hoyle and the team at Advanced Vein Center evaluate and examine troublesome veins. Armed with new technology, Dr. Hoyle is able to accurately diagnose spider veins, bulging veins, and other problem veins deep within the legs, and then tailor a course of treatment that might involve injectable solutions or laser therapy.
The experts at JAG Laser Hair Solutions design individual hair restoration treatment plans for men and women using cool laser treatment and cosmetic products. All products are made in an FDA-approved lab according to FDA regulations, resulting in regrowth formulas that help stimulate thicker, stronger strands.