Working under board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. David S. Goldberg, Monterey Skin Fitness Center’s licensed aestheticians work to halt the march of time with an array of skin-plumping peels and injections. Aestheticians offer guidance during every step of each treatment with a full evaluation and explanations for postpeel care. The 30–45 minute MicroPeel curbs breakouts, smooths wrinkles, and conditions and protects formerly fraught faces to maintain a freshly peeled appearance. The peel's immediate results make it ideal for a last-minute spruce on the way to extreme staring contests. Refinity peels take about 30 minutes to renew skin with a gentle application of glycolic acid, while protecting it with Cosmederm-7, a patented anti-irritation ingredient that reduces postpeel grouchiness for sensitive skin. Treat pimple-prone pores with a Vi peel, which lifts away scum, sun spots, and the appearance of scars while firming the skin. The 20-minute Vi peel yields visible results after about four days; results are maximized over multiple treatments.
Rejuve Med Spa isn't just endorsed by its own team—an impressively eclectic array of experts, including two surgeons and several licensed aestheticians and certified laser technicians. The spa is also endorsed by some of the most famously beautiful women in Texas: the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. While the spa's treatments can't turn every client into a pro dancer, its experts can prep any physique for the spotlight with services such as FDA-approved Fraxel skin resurfacing—a treatment that minimizes wrinkles, acne scars, and sun damage on skin of all types. Other treatments range from microdermabrasion and laser hair removal to laser lipo and awake breast augmentation.
The doctor at i-Lipo Laser San Jose understands that there's no such thing as a weight-loss program that's both lasting and instant. Yet Dr. Phan has come up with something that's close. Using healthy lifestyle transformation buttressed chiropractor Gia-Hung Phan and helps people shed excess pounds and inches in weeks. Prior to the procedure, he screens patients for metabolic imbalances and prescribes dietary recommendations, such as drinking plenty of water, to enhance the effects of the laser treatment. The clinic also houses a workout room where clients accelerate the removal of the fatty acids and glycerol using a vibration machine that aids the lymphatic system regulate and remove the cellular waste from the body during each treatment while carving their abs to resemble their favorite mountain range.
Lavoro Laser’s doctors of chiropractic—Dr. Michael Ruscio, Dr. Jordan Giang, and Dr. Justin Marchegiani—and the staff go beyond simply administering med-spa treatments, dispensing technologically enhanced services designed to help clients obtain their ideal physique. Office technicians use specialized i-Lipo systems equipped with focused lasers that, like their sci-fi counterparts, cause fat to vanish with a beam of light, and keep parasitic aliens from taking root in one's body. Medical-staff members meet with each patient to screen for metabolic imbalances that may hinder treatment progress before technicians saturate bodily areas to help reduce cellulite visibility. To ensure clients can maintain their results, they meet with knowledgeable associates for dietary consultations to discuss nutritional advice and practice sample exercise programs.
Dr. Chase Lay, a board-certified plastic surgeon with more than 6,000 procedures under his belt, addresses a variety of aesthetic woes—from wrinkles to cellulite to sagging jowls. He specializes in Asian and ethnic plastic surgery, focusing particularly on changing the shape of the eyelids, and he even spent five years performing cosmetic surgery in Asia. In addition to his surgical procedures, Dr. Lay restores youthful appearances with Botox injections and hair restoration.
It seems Dr. Shahin Fazilat has had a hard time scratching his itch for education. The board-certified plastic surgeon first bolstered his medical degree from Howard University School of Medicine by completing general surgery training at The Washington Hospital Center. Then came his fellowship at the National Institutes of Health, followed by a yearlong cosmetic surgery apprenticeship, and finally another fellowship in hand and microsurgery at Stanford University. All this schooling and training serves him well at his practice, where he performs all of the surgical and nonsurgical procedures himself instead of entrusting them to a guy in a New Jersey Devils jersey who insists he can totally do surgery. To list a few of his duties, he doles out Botox injections and Vi Peel chemical peels, conducts liposuction treatments, and performs breast lift and reduction procedures that make as few incisions as possible.