A new study offers insight on how injections of onabotulinum toxin A may affect skin elasticity and pliability. The researchers — James P. Bonaparte, M.D., of the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of Ottawa, and David Ellis, M.D., of the Division of Facial Plastic Surgery at the University of Toronto — undertook a… Read more »
Botox Injections Relieve Symptoms Of The Blues: Can Depression Disappear With A Shot?
The stereotype of a Botox user is an aging Hollywood actor desperate for an unwrinkled, camera-ready face. Such “typecasting” may soon be replaced by a more serious medical image. A research review presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association gives weight to previous suggestions that Botox injections can relieve symptoms of depression. Botox… Read more »
NBC 6- South Florida Doctor Using Rare Stem Cell Technique
Please click on the below link to view the NBC 6 interview with Dr. Sawisch in regard to using a rare stem cell technique. You do not want to miss this! https://www.nbcmiami.com/news/South-Florida-Doctor-Using-Rare-Stem-Cell-Technique-232991131.html
Botox, Juvederm & Latisse Specials!
ONE DAY ONLY SPECIALS on Botox, Juvederm & Latisse! Tuesday, October 1, 2013 Call today to reserve your time- appointments are required. Treatment and payment must be rendered at appointment on October 1st, 2013. THE PATIENT AND ANY OTHER PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT HAS A RIGHT TO REFUSE TO PAY, CANCEL PAYMENT, OR BE REIMBURSED… Read more »
Social Media Increasing Cosmetic Surgery for the “Perfect” Profile Pic
How far would you go to have the perfect profile pic? Would you consider a little nip-tuck? Maybe a little Botox? Social media is leading consumers to have a more self-critical eye, according to a new survey by the AmericanAcademy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS). The annual poll found that there was a… Read more »
Did you know?
Chemical peels that employ peeling agents penetrate deep within to remove the top and middle layers of skin. Once these dead layers are eliminated, most of the lines, folds and wrinkles on the face are erased too. Deep peels and lasers help to soften the leathery look of sun-damaged skin and the lines around the… Read more »
Botox & Blowouts – May 9th 2013
Thank you all for attending the Botox & Blowouts event yesterday! We had a great time. Here are some photos from the event. Stay tuned for future event announcements!
Mother’s Day Event – Thursday, May 9th, 4 – 8 PM
Four Non-surgical Treatments for Men
Contrary to popular belief, there are several effective non-surgical procedures ideal for men. Below are some of the best:
If you suffer from excess pimples, blackheads or acne, a chemical peel could be just what you need. Skin can become clogged with dead skin cells – making it look dull and lifeless – but this treatment can help remove grime and grease from your face. It provides a deep form of exfoliation and will leave you feeling fresh, revitalized and in top form. There are a range of formulas available, so visit an experienced practitioner for advice.
Everybody’s skin needs a little pick-me-up from time-to-time, so why not book a course of microdermabrasion? This non-surgical procedure gently polishes the top layer of skin and can reveal a glowing complexion. Each treatment usually takes around 45-minutes, but a course is usually recommended for optimum results. If you’re worried about visiting a clinic, learn how to make a homemade facemask and revitalize your appearance behind closed doors.
Make Up Tricks: A Facelift without Surgery
In the last decade or so, the rise of cosmetic procedures has been unprecedented. In the USA alone, about 9.5 million cosmetic surgeries have been performed in 2011 (American Society for Plastic Surgery). Thinking of nose surgery, cheek augmentation or lip reduction but you are not ready? Fake it with makeup!
For slimmer nose, I like to contour using dark brown matte eye shadow (two shades darker than my skin tone). Starting from the end of the eyebrow, draw a line using small eye shadow brush down to the tip of the nose. Then blend the edge with a fluffy brush for a more natural finish. You can also sweep a bit of highlighter along the nose bridge to accentuate your “new” nose.