Certified electrologist Susan Ullmann has one main goal: to make you feel better about yourself. She uses electrolysis—a hair-removal technique that uses pulses of electricity—to remove unwanted hair. Because electricity is just cooled off sunlight, Ullmann can use it to treat all types of hair and skin.
The advantage of electrolysis is its versatility?its low-level electric currents can remove any color of hair from skin of any tone. This is why, at Brick and Monmouth Electrolysis, Lorraine Cupolo-Fetherman, LE, CPE, and her team of fellow licensed professional electrologists specialize in this established method of hair removal. During electrolysis sessions, they adhere to the highest standards of sterilization and perform treatments with a gentle method. Additionally, the team members are mindful of patient comfort before, during, and after treatments. For example, staffers schedule complimentary consultations and never hesitate to apply topical anesthesia or dress up as a teddy bear if needed.
At Laser & Aesthetic Medical Center, PC, board-certified physician Dr. Kailash C. Singhvi personally administers each aesthetic and wellness procedure to ward off the effects of the aging process. With an arsenal of contemporary lasers at his disposal, he smoothens wrinkles from the face, reduces cellulite from the backs of legs, and destroys tiny Death Stars orbiting in front of the eyes. The youth-inducing beams can also remove hair or stimulate it to grow in areas where thinning has occurred. Injectables such as Botox and Juvéderm combat wrinkles, and Dr. Singhvi's wellness programs address internal maladies by identifying thyroid problems and hormones that may be causing weight gain. For ailments related to injury and sleeping on tables without face holes, Dr. Singhvi administers soothing massage therapy.
It's hard to look beautiful on the outside if you're not healthy on the inside. That's why Dr. Kavita Beri and the staff at Beri Esthetique cover all the bases by offering both primary medical care and cosmetic treatments. The doctor gives special attention to preventative measures when treating patients who have or are at risk of hypertension, diabetes, and asthma, and she performs annual heath screenings to keep patients on the lookout for these conditions. In the cosmetic department, she and her staff strive to use the least invasive means possible to achieve clear, youthful complexions in their clients. Some services, such as laser hair removal, laser spider-vein removal, and IPL photofacials, require hardly a touch, and slightly more aggressive treatments such as Botox and PCA chemical peels can be performed in a single office visit, much like a routine lollipop-endectomy.
Magic Touch Skin Care’s technicians rely on lasers to help solve all their clients’ aesthetic issues. They wield laser beams to remove unwanted hair, shine laser light into mouths to whiten teeth, and even use lasers to help slim and shape the body. One of the spa’s only laser-free services is a relaxing deep-tissue massage that focuses on smoothing knotted muscles and tendons.
After 11 years practicing medicine, Dr. Lisa Zimmerman decided to put her expertise to use delivering safe and effective aesthetic treatments. In 2003, she founded The Laser Cosmetic Center, where today she performs a wide variety of cosmetic procedures and uses advanced technologies to bolster the wellbeing, appearance, and spirit auras of her patients.
The Laser Cosmetic Center?s vast menu of treatments includes LipoLaser sessions. Paired with a high-protein nutritional program, these treatments can help suppress appetite and facilitate weight loss. Alternatively, the body-contouring Curve laser system helps promote more accelerated inch loss with gentle, non-invasive laser light. The center's staff also improves skin tone with chemical peels, including a new VI peel that can brighten skin and even out dark spots. Their cosmetic IPL laser systems can also tighten skin or minimize the appearance of unwanted stubble, spider veins, and vascular lesions.