Most of us have experienced the struggle of getting back into shape after the holiday season. Working out and clean eating are always the best way to go, but a little jump start can’t hurt either. At Natural Look Medical Spa we offer a non-invasive permanent fat reduction procedure Vanquish ME to help you jumpstart your way to summer.
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This delicious and decadent treat has been a fan favorite for ages. Christmas, Easter, Halloween, or in this case, Valentine’s Day are all days in which chocolate is a much deserved guilty pleasure. Many may not know, but some chocolate can actually be good for you!
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Meet Melissa – A Natural Look Medical Spa client who recently had a Cellfina treatment in our office for cellulite. Melissa is in her 40’s, non-smoker, exercises regularly and like many women has battled with cellulite for years. It’s estimated 87% of women have cellulite. In other words, you are not alone! Cellulite doesn’t discriminate between a couch potato or athlete – the only difference may be the amount of dimples or the area of concern. The most common areas for women are the dimples on the buttocks and the thighs.
Dealing with a double chin can be a very frustrating experience. Carrying around the excess fat has a lot to do with genetics, weight gain, and aging. Typically people think diet and exercise can solve the double chin dilemma, but that is not always enough. Natural Look Medical Spa offers a nonsurgical treatment for both men and women that can improve your neck and chin profile greatly. We are excited to introduce you to KYBELLA™!
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Are you someone who struggles with bladder leakage, incontinence, or vaginal laxity? There is a non-surgical option for Feminine Rejuvenation. Women are typically twice as likely to suffer involuntary leakage because the bladder weakens with childbirth, hormonal deficiencies, smoking, high impact activities, extra body weight, and excessive alcohol consumption. Medications and pelvic muscle training to treat stress incontinence and vaginal laxity may not be enough. Continue reading