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Medical Spa Menu Offers Hope for Long-Term Blemishes
A medical spa menu usually covers a range of services and treatments from pure cosmetic to deeper corrective treatments.
A basic medical spa menu may include:
Beyond that, some menus include exotic treatments auriculotherapy, herbal medicine, tui na massage and acupuncture, as well as the usual pampering treatments that go down so well.
As an illustration, here is a summary of the more common offerings:
Corrective Face Treatments
Non-surgical corrective facial treatments are designed to reduce common skin problems associated with aging skin, renew and rejuvenate the skin, balance the overall hue/tone of the skin and address mild acne issues.
Energetic Spa Facials
Energetic Spa Facials are a holistic way of caring for your skin and work effectively to nourish and maintain overall skin health and well being.
Intense Pulsed Light technology corrects or improves a variety of skin conditions, such as rosacea, broken capillaries, unsightly veins, reddened scars and photoaging due to sun damage. The approach is gradual, with noticeable results achieved over several sessions. Treatment hs been compared to the sensation of a small rubber band gently snapping against the skin.
Wrinkles are caused by the contractions of underlying facial muscles every time you smile, laugh, or frown. Botox partially blocks the nerve impulses to them, causing the muscles to relax. After the solution takes effect, the overlying skin is smooth and unwrinkled while the untreated facial muscles still function normally.
This is a non-surgical treatment for cellulite, a little like massage. The treatment increases local circulation to tissue temporarily reducing the appearance of cellulite. This procedure is also used after body liposuction to the smooth the skin. A complete course of treatments generally involves two sessions per week for seven to nine weeks.
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