Founded in 2008 by two board-certified physicians, the team of medical professionals at Milan Laser Aesthetics beautifies bodies with the help of the same advanced cosmetic laser technology featured on The Doctors, Dr. Oz, Dr. Phil, and Nightline. In addition to hair-removal services powered by Candela lasers, the team also tackles other beautification projects. Their ReFirme laser skin tightening is a non-invasive, FDA-approved treatment using elos technology to erase signs of aging, such as crows? feet, under eye sagging, and smile lines. They also contour curves with the help of their Zerona device's cold laser system, which releases fat from fat cells without injuring surrounding tissue. The spa also offers Botox, Juvederm, and laser vein removal treatments.
Sarah Horwich doesn't think skincare should be a luxury. She thinks it's a necessity that should be accessible to the masses. At the same time, her customer-service-centered approach to aesthetics can make guests feel like royalty during their visits—like they're splashing around the queen's champagne hot tub. As a result, treatments such as her aromatherapy body wrap become equal parts beautification and relaxation. Sarah is also proficient in other services, including steamy facials and body waxing.
Featured on The Dr. Oz Show as an alternative to liposuction, high-tech i-Lipo treatments slim circumferences by using lasers instead of incisions. The FDA-approved system can target the hips, waist, or thighs and imitates the body’s natural fat-burning process to break down fat deposits. A sequence of 8–10 treatments—each followed by a brisk walk, a gym visit, or an energetic roll up a hill—typically maximizes results. The clinic facilitates weight loss with alternate methods as well, crafting custom nutrition plans, administering lipotropic B12 injections, and, when advisable, prescribing weight-loss medication.
Dr. Nagi Ayoub is a board-certified surgeon and plastic surgeon who works to bring patients closer to the faces and bodies they desire. A clinical associate professor at Creighton University medical school's Department of Surgery, Dr. Ayoub has published papers in medical journals, and he applies this knowledge when performing tummy tucks and face-lifts. After less-invasive aesthetic treatments including photofacials and laser hair removal, patrons can slip out the door past leather couches beneath abstract paintings and illustrations of historic cloud battles.
Eyelashes are one of Tiffany Baustert's specialties. The licensed aesthetician painstakingly applies NovaLash eyelash extensions to help women looking to fill out depleted lash lines, cut down on their morning makeup routines, or walk down the aisle without their tears of joy sending streaks of mascara down their cheeks. It's all part of what Baustert sees as her primary mission as an aesthetician: to make women feel better about themselves.
To the same end, Baustert offers several services designed to address blemishes. Microdermabrasion and chemical peels can lessen scarring and damage left by acne and other skin woes, and Baustert's newly mastered microneedling technique promotes the body's natural collagen production. Baustert has spent much of her life in and around the beauty industry and is proud of the clinical precision and clear, medical-grade results her work can achieve.
Founded in 2008 by two board-certified physicians, Milan Laser Hair Removal encompasses more than its name might suggest. Yes, the center's medical professionals permanently erase hair across the body in treatments that take as little as 10 minutes. These are the same treatments, by the way, featured regularly on programs such as Dr. Phil, Nightline, and Name that Laser!.
But the team here also does so much more. Their ReFirme laser skin-tightening treatment is a non-invasive and FDA-approved way to eliminate signs of aging, and their Zerona device's cold laser system releases fat from fat cells without injuring surrounding tissue. As if that weren't enough, the spa also offers Botox, Juvederm, and laser vein-removal treatments.