New Orleans native Dr. Jonathan Weiler and his staff enhance natural beauty with cosmetic procedures and laser services that remove tattoos and unsightly veins. They also provide minimally invasive treatments that reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
The aesthetician at Louisiana Dermatology Associates pampers clients' pores with individualized one-hour spa facials in a stress-free beautification sanctuary. Tailored to each complexion's needs, each soothing treatment begins with a thorough cleansing to ferry away dirt, makeup, and milk mustaches embedded deep in the skin. Exfoliation buffs away dull, dead cells, and a massage aims to promote circulation and relax scowl muscles. The aesthetician then helps to nourish and brighten faces by applying pore-opening steam and a moisturizing mask instead of a lucha-libre mask. The clinic recommends receiving facials or dermatologist-approved pies to the face every three–six weeks, depending on skin type.
Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Elizabeth A. Kinsley and her technicians take a highly personal approach to each cosmetic surgery and noninvasive procedure in order to help women feel comfortable and informed throughout each step. Her office brims with the latest state-of-the-art technology, including an Axis 3-D breast-imaging system and an iPhone app that helps women determine which breast-implant size is right for them. Nonsurgical enhancements include Botox, Juvéderm, and FDA-approved CoolSculpting—a liposuction alternative that destroys fat cells by freezing them and requires no lasers, needles, suction hoses, or dynamite.
With 25 years of experience treating hair loss under their belts, the experienced doctors at The Hair Loss Control Clinic aim to combat hair loss in men and women with painless laser hair-therapy treatments, earning the clinic a mention from WWLTV. During the consultation, doctors scrutinize scalps, explain the treatment, and answer patient questions, such as “Why doesn’t male pattern baldness create more interesting designs?” Patients can sit and relax as a safe low-light-level laser, which boasts a 30-year track record and a successful FDA clinical trial, haloes heads in red-light energy in an effort to rout out male and female pattern baldness, thinning hair, alopecia areata, and traction alopecia. The light works to stimulate metabolism and dormant disco-dance moves in cells, helping follicles repair themselves.
Client comfort is the No. 1 priority at Unique Creations Therapeutic Day Spa, where guests are greeted by attentive assistants who shower them with warm slippers, fluffy robes, and complimentary refreshments. Specialists in treating fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, and sports injuries extend their tension-taming prowess to services that are strictly indulgent, including eight different facials built around organic, all-natural products. Calm, private treatment rooms play host to detoxifying mud wraps, sea-salt body scrubs, and Kenti massages that swap out oils for skin-softening shea butter, and an onsite whirlpool offers relaxing soaks and hourly reenactments of Speed 2: Cruise Control.
The staff of The Wellness Centre of Baton Rouge believes in a variety of approaches when it comes to feeling good and looking beautiful. Led by Karin Nielsen, practitioners perform lymphatic-drainage therapy, which can help eradicate toxins and expel unwanted bad vibes. With the aim of bringing bodies into balance with holistic approaches, The Wellness Centre offers a variety of detoxifying therapies, such as infrared sauna and ionic footbaths.