Nonsurgical injection helps temporarily minimize the appearance of frown lines, crow’s feet, and other wrinkles
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- Typical treatment areas for Botox injections: crow’s-feet around the eyes and lines on the forehead
- Click here to read our complete guide to Botox.
- Who’s eligible for Botox injections?
- Botox may cause serious side effects that can be life threatening, including problems swallowing, speaking, or breathing. Read all safety considerations for Botox here.
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About H-MD Medical Spa
Even for an MD, Dr. Jennie Hunnewell has a pretty impressive background. The Johns Hopkins fellow and former faculty member transitioned from ophthalmology to cosmetic and laser surgery, working with a trio of renowned doctors who pioneered laser eyelid surgery, laser facial resurfacing, and collagen injections. Then a breast-cancer diagnosis inspired her to expand her knowledge base even further. She wanted to learn how to live the healthiest life possible, so she completed a fellowship in age-management medicine and a course in the biochemistry of skincare products.
With optimal skin health in mind, Dr. Hunnewell developed a paraben-free skincare line for H-MD Medical Spa. The products, which feature highly active ingredients such as hyaluronic acid and peptides, work in tandem with med-spa services such as chemical peels, oxygen treatments, and photofacials. Those seeking more intense skincare techniques can try microneedling or cosmetic injections. Beyond skin treatments, Dr. Hunnewell and her team of medical professionals also administer laser hair removal and Latisse lash lengthening, which works better than trying to plant magic beans in your lash line.