Desert dwellers prize the camel for having the endurance to conquer the sands and the eyelashes to conquer their hearts. Stock your beauty reserves with today's Groupon: for $120, you get two kits of lash-enhancing Latisse at Renaissance Cosmetic Laser in Oakbrook Terrace (a $240 value). Latisse is self-administered nightly, and one kit contains about a month's worth of solution.
AACS fellow and the medical maestro behind Renaissance Cosmetic Laser, Dr. Taek Kim conducts a symphony of noninvasive beautifying procedures. A prescription take-home lash booster, Latisse is approved by the FDA, and the quick and easy application is easily worked into a nightly routine between reps of eyelid-pushups. Many begin to spy results within 30 days, and most enjoy the full effect in about four months. Latisse is appropriate for most victims of insufficient lashes, though some mild side effects may occur, such as itchiness, redness, discoloration, and unwelcome kisses from presumptuous butterflies. Schedule a complimentary consultation and prepare to install a luscious set of shades for your soul's windows.
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From mending battle wounds to performing breast enhancement, Dr. Taek Kim has had a long and storied career. After graduating from medical school in Seoul, South Korea, the young Dr. Kim became a captain in the South Korean armed forces and flew the skies as a flight surgeon for Korean and American troops. He relocated to the United States, where he performed more than 8,000 surgeries and began specializing in cosmetic procedures. Today, as the founder and medical director of Renaissance Cosmetic Laser, Dr. Kim uses his years of experience to help both men and women enhance their appearance with services ranging from water-assisted liposuction to wrinkle-smoothing injections. Light technology also takes a polishing role in his service repertoire via laser spider-vein therapy, IPL photofacials, and procedures to install theater spotlights on a client's favorite features. When Dr. Kim isn't highlighting natural beauty, he channels his impressive resumé and renowned skills as a surgeon into mentoring young physicians as a faculty member of Hinsdale Hospital's residency program.