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Right now is the perfect time to sign up because the newsletter is where we’ll first announce news about our partial or full re-opening once isolation has ended and you can count on our clinic to have endless events and in-office specials that you won’t want to miss. A lot of these events and specials are limited to the first few respondents, and we want to be sure you’re the first to get these invitations and details.
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Have you been to one of our Botox Happy Hours before? If not, don’t worry—they’ll be back and as popular as ever. During these events you can learn more about the world’s favorite neuromodular and score a discount on Botox to try out yourself. Botox injections are popular because they’re quick and comfortable with no downtime, so you can easily fit a session into happy hour. Botox does a lot more than smooth out and prevent wrinkles. It’s an established option for reducing and preventing migraines as well as stopping excessive perspiration.
Filler Fridays is another in-demand event we know you’re missing (we are, too!). We can’t wait to start offering this fun event again where you can learn all about dermal fillers and how they can be used to help you look more youthful and healthier. A lot of people think dermal fillers are exclusively used for lip injections, and you can certainly use dermal fillers to perfect and plump your pout. However, there are several types of dermal fillers available and only some of them are designed for lips. Others can be used to restore lost volume to virtually any part of the face and even the hands.
Everyone loses “good fat” as they get older, especially in the cheeks, below the eyes, and on the tops of the hands. There’s a dermal filler for all of these locations (and others!), and Filler Friday is where you’ll learn all about the differences between each filler and the benefits of various injection locations. Did you know that different fillers are made of different materials and can last anywhere from 6 months – 2 years depending on the filler you choose? There’s even a filler that works by kickstarting your body’s own collagen production, “filling” the target site with your body’s own organic matter!
What About Newer Technologies? Are Those Covered?
Our newsletter is where you’ll find information on the latest treatments as well as details on how you can get a sneak peek. Emsculpt Demo Days will soon be on our calendar, and here you will be able to see for yourself exactly how this groundbreaking technology works. There are two parts to being lean and fit: a low body fat percentage and toned, shapely muscles. Building muscle mass takes a lot of constant work, and few people can spend hours at the gym every week. Muscles “grow” due to fibers contracting and stretching to an extent that tiny micro-tears occur in the fiber. When these injuries heal, muscles get bigger and stronger.
But did you know that any flawless contraction can cause muscle growth? Emsculpt is a non-invasive treatment that forces muscles into 20,000 supramaximal contractions in just 30 minutes. You can use Emsculpt on your abs, glutes, thighs, and upper arms. We know it’s tough to imagine undergoing the equivalent of 20,000 bicep curls in 30 minutes without breaking a sweat, which is why we’re offering Emsculpt Demo Days post-isolation. The newsletter is where you’ll find more information.
From FemTouch Tuesdays for feminine rejuvenation to meet and greets with providers, by signing up for the newsletter you are assured to be the first to know about what’s happening in our clinic. We’re technically open during COVID-19, but for everyone’s health and safety right now we are prioritizing how we are remaining connected and offering services. Stay up to date and sign up for the newsletter today, or give us a call with any questions you might have.