Come Back from Lunch Looking and Feeling Better About Yourself

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Advanced technologies are making non-invasive lunchtime procedures – from mini-facelifts to painless hair removal – easier and more effective than ever before

You could take a walk during lunchtime, and return to work feeling good about how you treated your body. But how about doing something more? Thanks to significant advances in cosmetic laser technology, you could spend your lunch break eliminating brown age spots and unwanted hair, or permanently smoothing out troublesome bulges around your hips and belly, or even getting a mini-facelift. You could return to the office looking better without any telltale redness that gives away your secret.

It’s now possible to have longer-lasting improvements, with minimal recovery time thanks to new and better laser technologies. Now is a great time to address the sun damage you got over the summer, or do some body shaping for the new year. If something about your appearance is bothering you, don’t wait until it becomes a bigger problem. We all know we never have enough time during the day to get all of what we want accomplished. These newer technologies work faster, stronger and better than before, reducing the time needed to spend in treatments and making them suitable to fit into a busy schedule.

Laser treatments sure have changed.

Your friends and co-workers will notice that you look better, but they won’t have to know what you’ve had done, unless you tell them. Today’s safe, clinically tested options require fewer sessions than older technology, and are not nearly as pricey as surgery.

Take care of those stubborn bulges with BodyFX: Fit better in your favorite jeans. This third-generation body contouring technology doesn’t just temporarily shrink fat cells, or leave you with lax, compromised skin. It safely destroys the fat cells through a process called apoptosis and uses radio frequency (RF) pulsing to tighten your skin.

Get a mini-facelift (and body lift) using Forma / Plus: The collagen in your skin breaks down as you age. This new technology, with its unique built-in skin temperature measurements, safely uses heat to tighten collagen bands, causing new collagen to form which decreases the appearance of lax skin.
Diolaze is the new pain-free way to get rid of unsightly hair: Now you can toss the razor, even if you have dark skin. A gold-standard diode laser delivers high-power, fast-pulsing laser for hair removal from more skin types than other hair removal systems. A special cooling tip eliminates the sting typically associated with hair removal. Diolaze surpasses all other hair removal systems with its power, speed and comfort. Minimize wrinkling with Fractora fractional skin resurfacing: No worries about returning to work with a bright red face and neck. Fractora’s “Designer Dermis” approach helps with everything from superficial resurfacing to take care of acne scarring, to deep wrinkles on your face and neck, with dramatic results that can mimic a mini-facelift.  

Minimize wrinkling with Fractora fractional skin resurfacing: No worries about returning to work with a bright red face and neck. Fractora’s “Designer Dermis” approach helps with everything from superficial resurfacing to take care of acne scarring, to deep wrinkles on your face and neck, with dramatic results that can mimic a mini-facelift.  

Lumecca comfortably clears up those dark spots: Red spots, age spots … they’ll be history. Your complexion will glow with Lumecca’s broad-spectrum intense pulsed light (IPL) treatment. It harnesses the full power of an IPL photofacial in one to two sessions. Now you can get clarity in less than 10 days compared to older technologies which would have required 10 to 15 weeks!

We all want to look as good on the outside as we feel on the inside. These technologies are now making that possible, no matter how busy we are. If you want to look rejuvenated – perhaps as much as 10 years younger in just 10 days – find a doctor in your area who uses one of these technologies by going to www.InModeMD.com.