The Busy Girl’s Guide To Summer Skin

Blogger, Stylist and Beautyprenuer Lynzie Wellin of the Blog LyfeStyle Win recently shared her experience with Laser Hair Removal on her blog

See how she decided to prep for a busy summer and finally ditch that razor!

Here are some of her prep tips:

Do Your Research– Laser Hair Removal is an investment. With anything, you get what you pay for. Catalina’s medical background, experience, and her level of care sets Lapiel apart.
Plan Out Your Treatment Schedule– This summer I’ll be wearing Maxi skirts to keep my legs covered while staying cool. With Laser, my skin needs to be protected from the sun as much as possible. In my opinion, one summer of extra precautions is a small price to pay, but many of my beach babe friends would be struggling to stay out of the sun through these next couple months. If you’re planning for a specific event, like a wedding or vacation, discuss this in advance as well.
Use the Numbing Cream– I don’t know what award I was trying to win by not using the suggested numbing application before my first few underarm treatments, but with my legs I took precautions! Because it’s a large area, it’s a longer appointment and the repetition of the Laser can be a bit more intense. I apply the cream two hours before I go in, and it is night and day in pain management! I can always tell if I’ve missed a spot!
Take an Ibuprofen– Again, I don’t know why I needed to go in without Ibuprofen before, but I won’t again! A few weeks back, I had my Wisdom Teeth removed. My recovery was fairly painless and quick, so I had quite a few of my prescription Ibuprofen left over. I decided to take one before I went in for my last treatment and again the pain management was night and day!
Follow the Post Treatment Recommendations– Again, you’re investing here. Follow the post care instructions to achieve the best results. Keep your treatments on schedule, stay out of the sun, and don’t wax or pluck.

Check out her full post here

2017-08-21T22:38:06+00:00 June 5th, 2017|Skin Care, Uncategorized|

Hyperhidrosis – How much sweat is too much sweat?

Hyper-hi-what?

The Mayo Clinic describes Hyperhidrosis (hi-pur-hi-DROE-sis) as “abnormally excessive sweating that’s not necessarily related to higher temperatures or exercise.” About 3% of Americans suffer from this embarrassing condition and don’t know that there is an easy way to put a stop to it.

When most people think of Botox, they think wrinkles. But Botox can also help block the communication from the nerve to the sweat gland. This can help you stop sweating and finally feel confident in your clothes! Just one treatment can last up to seven months and only takes about 30 minutes. Most patients see results in as little 2 weeks and report a dramatic change in their lifestyle that lasts up to 7 months. Get ready to bust out those silk blouses and say bye bye to antiperspirants with a little Botox!

Is it worth it for you?

Allergan, the makers of Botox, put together a quiz to help you figure out if this treatment is something that might fit into your life!

Any questions? Let us know or schedule your free consultation to find out more at here

How Does it Work?

Just a few small injections temporarily blocks the chemical signals from the nerves that stimulate the sweat glands, stopping the production of sweat in the treated areas for up to 7 months. The procedure itself is quick and easy, with most patients getting in and out of the office in about 30 minutes.

How Long Does The Treatment Last?

up to 7 months.

Get ready to wear whatever shirt you’d like without ever worrying if you’ll sweat through it!

2017-08-21T22:50:20+00:00 June 5th, 2017|Botox|