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How Do I Get Rid of Jowls?

What are jowls? “Jowls” are the lower part of a person’s cheek that is often fleshy or drooping. This creates a scalloped appearance of the jawline. These develop as we lose collagen and elasticity in the skin causing the fat pads and skin of the lower cheek to sag. What are non-surgical options to get …

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Don’t Neglect the Neck

Your neck is aging too, so it deserves the same attention you give your face.  Skincare, procedures, filler and surgery are all a part of managing the aging skin of the neck.  While there are certain products more specific to the thinner neck skin, most products can be used on the face and the neck …

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All About Microneedling

Why do we recommend microneedling? After my first microneedling treatment, I knew that I would never again pay for a facial.  Granted, I’ve never found facials particularly relaxing or beneficial.  But, after one microneedling treatment, I could tell a significant difference in the appearance of my face; refreshed, glowing, and oh so clean feeling skin. …

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Buccal Fat Removal

What is buccal fat? Buccal fat is the fat pad that is deep in the lower cheek. It is often associated with a “baby face” or “chubby cheeks”. As we age, this fat pad usually deflates and creates a more chiseled or V-shape face. However, in some individuals, this can descend and create that rounder …

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