When it comes to permanent hair removal, most people trust laser treatments to get results, so it's no wonder the industry expands every year. But the method so many turn to is probably younger than you think. The FDA first approved it in 1997. However, its story began long before that. The History of Hair
Did you know more than half of American men are uncomfortable with their body hair? A Study by OnePoll found that men have avoided swimming or the gym because of their body hair. Back hair was noted as one of the top culprits for feeling embarrassment, but more than half said they had never shaved
If you struggle with thick, hard-to-maintain eyebrows, laser hair removal may be the solution. Quick and non-invasive, laser hair removal uses pulses of high-intensity light to target and close hair follicles. Hair not only thins and falls out, but new hair is unable to grow in its place. That's good news for clients who
Most people seek Botox to look younger. After all, the popular cosmetic beauty treatment is associated with helping individuals achieve tighter overall skin and reduced wrinkling, notably in their faces. And this more youthful look is also what keeps people coming back every three to four months or so for additional treatments. While the benefits
Wrinkles are just a part of aging, right? Not necessarily. Modern technology and medicine has made growing older a lot more graceful. One useful tool in combating the signs of aging is Botox If you're concerned about wrinkles and about looking older than you feel, you've probably heard of Botox. However, how much do you
Everyone is different, but most of us begin to notice some signs of aging in our thirties – when you live in a famously hot and sunny spot like Columbia, skin changes can happen even earlier. As you age, your skin naturally loses collagen and elastin; both of these important stores help keep your skin
Losing weight is a challenge for just about all of us. You might be eating your best and working out regularly, but still not getting the results you want. When it comes to weight loss and body fat reduction, you have options. Sculpt your body into the shape you want with either CoolSculpting® or
CoolSculpting has received overwhelming recognition over the past few years. As the "cool" way to remove stubborn fat that can't be eliminated with diet and exercise alone, it's no wonder.CoolSculpting is based on the science of cryolipolysis, which oddly enough was first discovered when someone observed that children who ate lots of popsicles developed dimples.
Eating the right foods and getting regular exercise can help you lose some weight, but targeting specific areas can be tough. When you have trouble losing excess body fat in certain areas, CoolSculpting can help. This non-invasive procedure freezes fat cells in specific areas, causing your body to get rid of them for good.
What are the Benefits of CoolSculpting? We understand that our patients want to feel beautiful and confident about the way that they look. That’s why we’re dedicated to providing patients with medical spa treatments that help them look and feel their best. One of the many options we offer is CoolSculpting, which offers many