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To help you look and be your best, we have extensive training in the latest clinically-based treatments for facials.
Med spas are not only for their aesthetic benefits, but also have many health benefits. Some procedures can be years away from your face. These procedures can reduce wrinkles, fine lines, and stretch marks. A lot of medical spas have the ability to lower stress levels, anxiety, and depression. A medical spa can help you look younger and improve your health. You should visit a medspa soon.
The Art of Skincare. Exploring the world of Aesthetics and Beauty
It is universally sought after to have beautiful, healthy skin. Every person has sought to improve their appearance, and take better care of their skin from the beginning to modern times. There are many skincare products available today that promise flawless skin. The beauty industry has exploded in modern times.
With so many choices available, it can be difficult for someone to choose the best treatment or product. Is it better to choose a traditional or medical spa? What are the best types of chemical peels? What is the difference between an esthetician and a dermatologist? This article will cover the world of skincare. It will also discuss the various treatments, products, and clinics available.
Different types of spas and clinics
There are many options when it comes to skin care. Traditional spas usually offer a wide range of services such as massages and facials. However, medical spas can offer more advanced treatments such as Botox injections or laser hair removal.
Alternative medicine clinics can also specialize in naturopathic medicine or detox therapies. These clinics are holistic and focus on nutrition and overall wellbeing to ensure beautiful skin.
Exploring Skincare Treatments
You can choose from a range of skincare treatments, such as facials, massages, chemical treatments and laser treatment. Facials are a very popular option. They involve deep cleaning the skin and removing any dead skin cells. This results in a more radiant, youthful skin. Massages on the other side can be beneficial for skin health and stress reduction.
Chemical peels are another popular option. They involve the application of a solution onto the skin to eliminate the top layer skin cells. This treatment can reduce the appearance of scars and wrinkles as well as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Laser treatments like photorejuvenation, intense pulsed laser (IPL), therapy can also be helpful in treating acne, improving skin texture, and reducing wrinkles.
Skincare Products: Their Role
Professional treatments are not the only option. Skincare products can also be a crucial part of achieving beautiful and healthy skin. There are many types of skincare products, such as cleansers and toners, moisturizers and serums. Find products that are specifically designed for your skin and address specific concerns.
When shopping for skincare products, make sure you are looking for ingredients that can be backed up by science and proven effective. Products that contain retinoids have been found to reduce wrinkles and improve skin texture. Products that contain antioxidants such as vitamin C may also help reduce oxidative damages and encourage collagen production.
Nutrition and Diet: How Important is Nutrition?
Although skincare products and treatments can improve the appearance of your skin's appearance, they are just one part of the overall equation. Healthy, beautiful skin is also dependent on nutrition. You can provide your skin with all the nutrients it requires by eating a healthy diet that includes fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
Healthy eating habits include drinking plenty of water and limiting sugar, alcohol, processed foods and sugar. These substances can cause skin inflammation and oxidative damages.
Medical Spas Benefits
Medical spas combine both spa and medical services to make them appealing for anyone looking.
Benefits of a Medical Spa
Sarah Skillett, RN. BSN. Sarah Skillett RN BSN graduated from St. Luke's School of Nursing with her nursing degree in 1998. She started her career as an Aesthetic nurse specialist in 2000. She is one of the most well-respected and talented nurses injectors in the Midwest. She has received extensive training from both physicians and national companies. She regularly attends national conventions to improve her professional knowledge. Over the past 6 years, she has completed several InjectAbility (r) Institute courses, including InstaTox(r), and ArqueDerma(r). She was the Midwest's original ArqueDerma(r), Practitioner, 6 years ago. She is still the only one who practices this patented technique.
Sarah is also passionate about education. Galderma and Allergan sell Botox(r), Juvederm, and Restylane(r). Sarah is also a trainer. InjectAbility Institute(r) Institute also had her as a trainer for several years.
Sarah Skillett RN, BSN, is a Licensed arqueDerma'r Practitioner and an educator. Sarah completed a rigorous 8-12 hour training at InjectAbility (r) Institute to become a Licensed ArqueDerma® Practitioner. Only ArqueDerma® Practitioners with a valid ArqueDerma® License can perform the technique. These Practitioners are highly-trained artists who use the patented technique of lifting and shaping your face. Licensed ArqueDerma(r) Practitioners are trained as artistic designers who restore the structural support of the face for a refined, aesthetically-pleasing appearance. In addition to the ArqueDerma(r) technique, Sarah also is licensed to perform InstaTox(r) which describes an innovative use for muscle relaxers such as Botox(r) and Dysport(r)-that accelerates the effects and producing almost instant results.
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Suzie Stadler was born in Olathe, Kansas and graduated from Emporia State University with a Bachelor in Science in Nursing in 2002.|Suzie Stadler was a native of Olathe, Kansas. She graduated in 2002 from Emporia State University with a Bachelor's in Nursing.|Suzie Stadler grew up in Olathe KS. In 2002, she graduated from Emporia State University as a Bachelor of Science Nursing.|Suzie Stadler grew in Olathe KS. She graduated from Emporia State University's Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing in 2002.} Suzie worked in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and has several years of experience in Dermatology & Aesthetic Dermatology. In 2003, Suzie was the Greater Kansas City's Rookie Nurse of Year. In 2008 she was honored with the Outstanding Alumni Award from Emporia State University's Newman Division of Nursing. She performs dermatology treatments to improve skin health and cosmetic appearance.
Suzie currently lives with her husband in Johnson County. She has two very busy sons and a sweet daughter. She loves to travel, volunteer with her church, and support her children in their many activities. While we all have some imperfections, like wrinkles and blemishes, it is much more than that. Mirrors can reflect what only our eyes see, like our failures, disappointments, and shortcomings.
Never be ashamed of who you are. Elite Aesthetics believes that you shouldn't be ashamed of your appearance.
We are highly trained in clinically-based facial therapies to help you feel and look your best.
Elite Aesthetics invites you to come see us and let each mirror reflect your true self.
Elite Aesthetics guarantees the best quality care from a team that you can trust to deliver results you love.|Elite Aesthetics is committed to providing the highest quality care and results. We are a trusted team who will deliver results that you'll love.|Elite Aesthetics promises the best care. Our team is trusted to produce results you will love.|Elite Aesthetics offers the highest quality in care. A team you can trust will create results you love.} You deserve to feel your best. Every day, today and every day. Too many people are ashamed of their looks and don’t like what they see when they look in the mirror. Elite Aesthetics offers custom facial rejuvenation so that you can feel and look great. Today. Every day.
BOTOX and DYSPORT are approved by the FDA. BOTOX (r), and Dysport,(r), both FDA approved neuromodulators. They can temporarily improve moderate to severe frown lines as well as crow’s feet. Skilled practitioners may also use these products to improve the appearance of other areas like the nose, mouth, chin, and corners.
Sarah Skillett RN/BSN is the Midwest's sole practitioner who offers InstaTox(tm), which Instantly Tightens Smooths and Lifts. The procedure uses Botox (r) or Dysport (r) to achieve amazing results in tightening the eyelids, brows, neck, and other areas.
Because hyaluronic (HA), is a natural substance found in the skin, we use it as a filler. HA is a natural substance that provides nutrients to the skin, keeps it soft and moisturized, and adds volume. HA is a superior filler for the face because it can take on 1000 times its weight of water. These clear gel formulations of HA act just like your body's naturally-produced HA. This allows you to instantly increase volume and reduce wrinkles.
Galderma's RESTYLANE(r), family of fillers, uses different sizes of gel particles depending upon the product being used.
Restylane Lyft(r), a gel that adds volume, lift, and contours the cheeks.
Restylane(r), a medium-sized particle gel, can be used to smoothen parentheses around your mouth and add volume to your lips.
Restylane Silk(r), a small gel particle that treats lines around the mouth from smokers.
Allergan's JUVEDERM(r), filler family, also uses different sizes of gel particles in its products.
Juvederm voluma(r), is a large particle that's used on the cheeks to provide volume and lift.
Juvederm® UltraPlus(r)- A medium gel size is used to treat the lips and nasolabial area.
Juvederm Ultra (r) - This is the smaller size of Juvederm Ultra that treats finer lines and wrinkles.
The ArqueDerma(r), Artistic Restoration Lift(r), is a patented technique that Leslie Fletcher (RN, MEP–C) developed to deliver FDA-approved dermal fillers like Restylane Lyft® and Voluma(r). This revolutionary technique was developed by Leslie Fletcher, RN, MEP-C while she worked with thousands of patients as both an aesthetic nurse injector and a trainer.
ArqueDerma is a technique that corrects volume loss. It effectively collects facial volume that has been lost and redirects it into facial hollows. ArqueDerma (r) is an effective technique that extends dermal fillers' use to 40%. It also stimulates neocollagenesis, a process that produces long-lasting, unprecedented results. For more information, visit arquederma.com
It is common for your outside appearance to be very different from how it feels inside. The combination of FDA-approved dermal fillers and ArqueDerma(r), a patented technique, allows us to enhance the nest features while minimizing the ones that aren't quite right. This technique allows us to offer more than just a fresh, new look. It also transforms the way that others perceive you.
The ArqueDerma'r Philosophy. "The art of reshaping the face to its most natural aesthetically-pleasing proportions lies in enhancing and supporting the basic underlying structure" Leslie Fletcher, RN, MEP-C
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