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Ageless Remedies Med Spa and Laser Center’s Staff Featured!
Here’s what owner Elaine Greenberg says about the staff in Skin Inc.:
Our staff is the best.
They take pride in their accomplishments and so do we, the owners…
Everybody has a stake in the overall team performance.
Every Friday morning, we have a staff meeting.
Everyone is required to attend—estheticians, physician, front desk staff,
spa manager, owner/marketing director.
The agenda may be educational, keeping us all on the cutting edge
of technological developments, or open discussions about what we can do better
as a team…
Furthermore, product reps often come (with lunch) to present a new line
or review or update us on one we already carry.
Manufacturer reps/trainers come so we are up-to-date on laser
and IPL protocols. We offer microdermabrasion, chemical peels,
fractional laser skin rejuvenations, laser vein treatment
and laser hair removal. Additionally, everyone is encouraged
to use all the products so we can experience the results first-hand.
However, the most popular(events) are the quarterly celebrations.
When we have a successful quarter, we party.
We go out and eat, drink, and have a great time!
Soooo proud and happy!
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Not Just Another Pretty Face
Botox is manufactured by Allergan,
which has initiated several philanthropic campaigns:
“BOTOX® Cosmetic: Express Success”
In honor of working women, Allergan donated $250,000 to Dress for Success.
This organization helps disadvantaged women succeed in the workforce.
Vanessa Williams says:
“As a working woman and actress, I know how important it is to ‘look the part’
when interviewing for a new position or in any professional setting.”
Raising Awareness of Upper Limb Spasticity”
Allergan has joined forces with Henry Winkler
and 5 national patient advocacy organizations
to address the low awareness and under-diagnosis of upper limb spasticity.
“Happy Days” star Henry Winkler is personally familiar with the impact
that upper limb spasticity can have on a person.
His late mother struggled with the condition, without treatment, for 10 years
following a stroke before she passed away.
Mr. Winkler explains:
“Much less was known about upper limb spasticity during her time,
and now, not only do we know more about how to manage this condition,
there are treatment options available.”
“Botox Dreams” for Cervical Dystonia
National Hockey League’s Rem Murray tells his story:
“I had been playing in the NHL for eight years when the symptoms
of what later would be diagnosed as cervical dystonia (CD), began.
I had difficulty keeping my head from shaking and pulling to the side,
which worsened steadily until my head was pulled all the way to the left.
The constant and involuntary contraction of my neck muscles
resulted in such unbearable pain, I found it almost impossible
to drive a car, read to my children, or even watch a movie.
I certainly couldn’t play hockey, so I had to quit the sport I loved.
Thanks to my healthcare team, I received an accurate diagnosis,
prompt treatment with BOTOX®, and the right physical therapy.
With all this and the support from the folks I love,
I was able to return to hockey,
and the thrill of playing in the 2006 Stanley Cup playoffs.”
“Your Personal Best”
Five-time gold medalist, Nadia Comaneci, and nine-time gold medalist, Mark Spitz,
joined Allergan, Inc. , in 2008, in a consumer education campaign
to inspire men and women to achieve their own personal best –
be it through diet, exercise or by improving their personal skin care routine.
They traveled the country to share tips on how they remain at the top of their game.
Most people recognize that they feel their best define their personal best as a combination of
- feeling their best
- looking their best and
- fulfilling their responsibilities
How about you?
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The Latest Technology
The Best All-In-One Facial Treatment
What is the HydraFacialTM?
It is the newest breakthrough in skin resurfacing technology.
It’s available only to physicians.
The Hydrafacial does all this — SIMULTANEOUSLY:
What Can You Expect?
- Improved acne-prone skin; less oily
- Refined skin tone & skin texture; reduced under-eye puffiness
- Hydrated skin; improved suppleness & elasticity of skin
How Does It Work?
It exfoliates dead skin cells and extracts impurities
with a vacuum-based skin abrasion tip
while simultaneously bathing the healthy underlying skin
with active serums that cleanse deeply, exfoliate thoroughly,
hydrate completely and provide residual antioxidant protection.
When you leave, you look amazing!
And the glow lasts for days.
I want one every week.
Your Anti-Aging Expert
Does My Baby Need Sunscreen?
Dr. Benabio, in The Dermatology Blog, reminds us that babies’ skin is perfect
but very sensitive to the sun.
“Baby skin is thinner, has less natural moisturizers and has fewer pigment cells,
making it more vulnerable to the environment than adult skin.
This is important especially in summer.
Studies have shown that up to 83% of babies get sunburned
their first year of life.
This is our fault, not theirs.”
Tips To Keep Your Baby Safe This Summer
1. Newborns up to 6 months should be kept out of the sun.
Cover them up with light clothing and hats,
and put the top down on the stroller.
2. Babies 6 months and older should not be exposed to the sun
between 10am and 2pm. When they are outdoors,
they should have sunscreen on all exposed skin.
Because their immature skin can absorb chemicals more easily,
choose sunscreens with zinc and titanium
with an SPF of 30 or more.
3. Don’t forget to apply sunscreen near their hairline, on their ears,
and at the edges of clothing.
Choose sunscreens that are white or opaque;
it’s easier to see where you’ve applied the sunscreen,
and he’ll look cute anyway.
Ageless Elaine has babies on her mind.
We’re expecting our first grandbaby in October!
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How To Choose A Med Spa
Don’t like what you see in the mirror?
Thinking about visiting a med spa for help with those
frown lines, age spots or unwanted hair?
Be careful when you choose a med spa.
Although modern medical techniques can produce dramatic cosmetic results,
possible complications can be much more serious than a bad haircut.
The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery
offers advice for patients considering cosmetic procedures in a spa or salon:
- Physician on site.
He or she should be at the location
and available to respond to any questions or problems.
Emergency care should be immediately available
in case something goes wrong
- Pain Management.
Discuss pain management options.
Even minor cosmetic treatments can cause discomfort.
- Appropriate Facility.
Cosmetic procedures are medical procedures.
They aren’t safe in a home or hotel room.
Don’t rely on price.
A deep discount on the cost of procedures
often indicates you aren’t receiving the best treatment.
Be beautiful and safe!
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