Glowing, healthy skin: it's the goal at Gazelle Medical Spa and Aesthetics, where the staff caters both to skin health and appearance, aiming to make clients feel younger. Their lineup of customized facials target clients' specific skin woes, be it signs of aging, acne, or dry, flaky skin. Other treatments include Obagi Facials, chemical peels, gentlemen's facials, microdermabrasions, dermapens, dermaplaining, permanent makeup, eyelash extensions and injectables.
As a doctor of naturopathic medicine, Lauri Moody helps her patients ward off the signs of aging with natural hormone therapies, custom weight-loss plans, and modern beauty treatments. She and the team at Scottsdale Skin and Laser use the body?s own platelet-rich plasma to rejuvenate faces and MicroPen treatments to stimulate the growth of supple new collagen and elastin. Laser-resurfacing treatments strip away fine lines, age spots, and acne scars better and more gently than just using sandpaper. Traditional facials on the other hand leave complexions cleansed and refreshed.
At La Bella Vita Health & Wellness, owner Nedra Cox partners with a doctor and nurse-practitioner to develop personalized wellness programs that help each client achieve a healthier figure and heightened energy level. The trio complements therapeutic treatments such as acupuncture, massage, and body wraps with nutritional counseling and supplements, crafting well-rounded programs that promote whole-body health. After evaluating each person's lifestyle and body type, consultants may recommend B12 injections—known to boost energy—or proffer slim shots, which suppress hunger and melt stores of excess fat, which may go untouched despite regular exercise or diligent observance of an all-tree diet.
The National Laser Private MedSpa offices in Scottsdale and Dallas are led by board-certified plastic surgeons Dr. John J. Corey and Dr. Jeff Angobaldo, respectively. At each address, a seasoned staff of technicians revamps bodies and faces with services such as eMatrix skin-rejuvenation and fractional wrinkle-reduction treatments—the latest fad popular among shar-peis. You can see some of the treatments in action on NLI's press page.
Licensed naturopathic medical doctor Briana Cain plies her hands in almost every area of wellness. In her role at the helm of BonaDea Health, she emphasizes a natural and integrative approach to well-being. Depending on a client?s symptoms and complaints, Dr. Cain?s services might include food-allergy testing, B12 injections and weight-loss plans, or acupuncture. While she sees clients of every gender and age?even the Gilded Age?she is particularly passionate about women's healthcare issues. In that vein, Dr. Cain specializes in hormone replacement, working with women going through menopause, and offers natural fertility counseling.
Dr. Esti Bakty?s special interest in pain management and naturopathic oncology is personal. After a car accident left her with chronic pain, she began exploring healing methods and entered a four-year medical program. During that time, her mother was diagnosed with cancer. A determined Dr. Bakty began working in tandem with oncologists and her mentor from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine to get her mother back to health. After meeting that challenge and completing her formal education, she embarked on her own mission to help her clients manage concerns such as weight gain, chronic illness, fatigue, and arthritis.
Today, Dr. Bakty integrates Eastern practices with Western medical services to tailor each treatment to individuals? needs. Acupuncture sessions may mesh with hormone-replacement therapies to bolster overall well-being, or cosmetic treatments such as Botox can address aesthetic concerns. Whatever the desired outcome, Dr. Bakty takes time to consult with patients, ensuring that she can outline an effective wellness plan and learn their favorite birthdays.