Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Cellulite removal and body contouring
Brands Used: Glam Squad Aesthetics
What is one of your signature services? How is it performed?
Our signature performance is cellulite removal and we use our own proprietary equipment to perform that treatment. Essentially, the accumulation of fat cells beneath the skin cause the skin to become uneven (cellulite). Our cellulite treatments break up those fat cells and, thus, smooth out the skin surface.
Do you or your staff have any special certifications or degrees?
Yes, we are licensed medical professionals.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
By manufacturing our own equipment, we do not have the same overhead as other laser treatment businesses. Thus, our rates are lower than everyone in the Atlanta area. Part of our mission is to make cosmetic laser treatments affordable for everyone.
Out of your entire repertoire, which is your favorite service to perform and why?
We've found that our clients are the most excited after cellulite treatments to the buttocks and thighs. Woman enjoy looking beautiful, and we simply give them another reason to show off those lovely curves.
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In 2008, a former Lady Rebel All-American returned to her alma mater in a new role: as head coach of the UNLV women's basketball team. Prior to that, coach Kathy Olivier spent 15 years at the helm of the UCLA team. The wisdom she’s accumulated from her years spent guiding young ladies toward their goals on the hardwood are transferred to the next generation of female athletes in youth summer programs. Led by coach Olivier, her staff, and current UNLV players, sessions fill the 18,500-seat Thomas & Mack Center with the sound of whistles, bouncing balls, squeaking shoes, and the cheers of an imaginary crowd of fans and cool dragons. During each energetic workout, staff share their love of the game as they teach passing, dribbling, shooting, and rebounding with group and individual instruction, daily games, and contests.