1. Laser Skin Tightening for Anti-Aging

    Every woman starts thinking about anti-aging treatments at some point in their lives. As we age, collagen production in the body decreases, causing the skin to lose its firmness and creating lines and wrinkles. There are a number of anti-aging treatments out there, but few of them boost your own nat…Read More

  2. Chemical Peels Vs. Microneedling: Choosing the Best Option for You

    When you want to pamper yourself and your skin, there are many options from which to choose. From facials to chemical peels to more aggressive anti-aging treatments, there is something out there for everyone. Both chemical peels and microneedling help to clear the skin and refresh its health and you…Read More

  3. What is Restylane and How Can It Help You

    When you first start seeing lines and wrinkles, you might assume it is a natural part of aging and leave it be. But when lines and wrinkles become moderate to severe, or you have nasolabial folds or other facial folds, there are some treatments out there that will improve your skin tone and smoothne…Read More

  4. What is a Microcurrent Face Lift and What to Expect

    If you have noticed sagging in your features, or the appearance of lines and wrinkles, you might be considering a face lift. Instead of going through a complex surgery, there is a minimally invasive facial that can help you achieve results without surgery or downtime. A Microcurrent face lift is a s…Read More

  5. Two Exfoliating Facials and When to Have Them

    For many women, getting a facial seems like a luxury, yet exfoliating facials can have a lot of benefits for your skin. With an exfoliating facial, you can get cleaner, clearer skin that is youthful and defies the signs of aging. Here are two of our most popular exfoliating facials, when to use them…Read More

  6. Why One Weight Loss Program Doesn’t Work for Everyone

    Have you tried a lot of different diet programs without success? Maybe you were able to lose weight, but gained it back within the first year. This happens to a lot of people, and the reason is simple. Every person is different. And because of that, what works for one person may not work for another…Read More

  7. Retinol vs Tretinol

    This is a frequent question for many of us and here is the answer. Even though they are similar, they are in fact different. Retinol is a precursor to Retin-A. Tretinol IS Retin-A. Retin-A is the active ingredient that helps with wrinkle reduction and acne. Retinol is OTC (over the counter) while Tr…Read More

  8. FAQ Ketamine Infusion Therapy

    How many ketamine infusions will I need and how often? Initiation treatment for depression/bipolar depression/PTSD: -2 treatments first week (1 hour) -2 treatments second week (1 hour) -total 4 treatments Maintenance evaluation and treatment for depressions/bipolar depression/PTSD: -your first maint…Read More

  9. What about DHEA?

    DHEA is a hormone produced by the adrenal glands and a precursor to testosterone and estrogen. Similar with the lifecycle production of testosterone, DHEA levels reach highest levels in women in their twenties and then slowly decline by about 10% every 10 years. Some studies have suggested the decli…Read More