1. TOO MUCH HAIR?
This summer, don't be a slave to shaving. Ladies, take action against unwanted hairs that dare to sprout daily on your lips, chin, armpits, legs and bikini line! Men, let those ears, nose, neck and back hairs know who's boss! The Intense pulsed laser (IPL) is a safe, effective and painless way to permanently reduce hair in any undesired location, but you need to start now in order to be ready for summer. Why? Because you need 4-6 treatments, each approximately 4 weeks apart.
OTHER THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW: Refrain from using glycolic, retinoic and salicylic acid or any other photosensitizing agents for a week prior to and after each treatment. Do not shave for 2-3 days before or after the treatment as the hair should ideally be 2-4 millimeters long for each IPL session.
2. TOO LITTLE HAIR?
As the heat begins to rise and clothing is shed, there is not much left to cover your body or to divert onlookers' attention! One way to enhance natural beauty is with fuller, thicker and longer lashes. Lash lengthening and conditioning treatments such as Latisse, Revitalash, Jan Marini Lash, Talika and others work best when they have been used for at least sixty days. Start now so you'll be ready to start batting your lashes before you have to put on your swimsuit!
OTHER THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW: You can get one month of Latisse free with the purchase of 25 units or more of Botox cosmetic this month by calling 212.434.1210 to schedule your appointment.
3. STILL GOT SUN SPOTS AFTER NINE MONTHS IN THE SHADE?
Smooth skin texture and even color are universal signs of youthfulness, while brown spots are perhaps the most common telltale sign of aging. You can get rid of brown spots on the face, neck, hands, decollete and body with the intense pulsed laser (IPL). It is safe, easy, effective, painless and it can diminish brown spots with no down time. With 3-4 treatments performed 2 weeks apart, you will see your skin return to its former younger-looking self.
OTHER THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW: Refrain from using glycolic, retinoic and salicylic acid or any other photosensitizing agents for one week prior to and after each treatment. Use a broad spectrum UVA/UVB sunblock on the treated areas on an ongoing basis to prevent further sun damage.