A skin analysis is a personalized consultation to evaluate the skin’s health and general condition. Skin analysis at our clinic is performed by Lisette Meuse-Manuel, our on-site clinical aesthetician. We offer a full range of products, non-surgical solutions, and minor procedures, depending on your skin's health needs. But it all starts with an analysis. Your
"I've heard about this thing called a 'Mommy Makeover' - do you do them?" We get this question a lot. There's been a lot of hype and a lot of noise about Mommy Makeovers, and mothers looking to rediscover themselves after children. It's important. But it's not as simple as one might think. No two moms have
Is 50 the new 40? And 40 the new 30? And what does that mean for our lives, our children, and our style? Somewhere along the way, middle age developed a bad reputation. One that, after we look a little closer, you will hopefully be quick to laugh at! For so long your life has
Everyone seems to be searching for a magic fix that makes them love the way they look. The truth is: there’s no such thing. However, there are ways to take care of yourself that can help you love your reflection. It’s high time you became comfortable in your own skin. It’s not just something to be
2016 is in full swing, and it's time to #LoveYourFace! There are a million little tiny things that each of us dislikes about our faces, from the "11" lines between our brows, to the fullness of our lips, to the skin that is just a little looser than it was 5 or 10 years ago.
Botox has been extremely popular throughout the years with more and more people using it to regain a youthful appearance. It can help to ease wrinkles around the eyes and forehead safely, quickly and virtually painlessly. The myths persist, but with the right injection specialist, Botox could be the solution you're looking for! Botox temporarily lessens wrinkles
The rise of the selfie generation has ushered in an era of individuals confused by the juxtaposition of qualities imposed on them if they want to be successful. We’re taught to be humble but not ordinary, proud but not arrogant, always improving but never perfect. The line between vanity and confidence is one of these contrasting ideas. One is