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Our facial specialists are trained in the most recent, clinically-based techniques that will help you look and live your best.
Many people visit med spas to improve their appearance. However, they also offer many health benefits. Some procedures can remove years from your face. These procedures can reduce wrinkles, fine lines, and stretch marks. Many medical spas can also reduce anxiety and stress. All the benefits of a spa are available to you if you want to look younger. Make sure you visit a medical spa as soon as possible.
The Art of Skincare. Exploring the world of Aesthetics and Beauty
A universal quest to have healthy and beautiful skin is common. 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.
There are many choices, and it can be hard to choose which products or treatments you prefer. Is it better to choose a traditional or medical spa? Are microdermabrasion and chemical peels better? What is the difference between a dermatologist or an esthetician? We'll be exploring the world of skin care, including the many types of clinics, treatments and products.
The 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. The medical spas provide more advanced treatments, which require medical supervision, like laser hair removal or Botox injections.
Alternative medicine clinics offer detox and naturopathic medicine. These clinics focus on beauty and health, with a holistic approach to skin care.
Exploring Skincare Treatments
All skincare treatments are available in a variety of sizes and types, from facials and massaging to chemical peels or laser treatments. 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, however, can help reduce stress and promote relaxation.
Chemical peels are another popular option. They involve the application of a solution onto the skin to eliminate the top layer skin cells. This is a great treatment for scarring, wrinkles, and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Photorejuvenation or intense pulsed light therapy (IPL), can be used to treat acne and improve skin texture.
Skincare Products' Role
Skincare products, in addition to professional treatments can play an important role in maintaining healthy and beautiful skin. There are many types of skincare products, such as cleansers and toners, moisturizers and serums. You need to look for products that are designed specifically for your skin type and address any concerns you may have about your skincare.
When selecting skincare products, you should look for ingredients that have been tested and supported by science. The appearance of wrinkles can be reduced by using products that contain retinoids. They also improve skin texture. Antioxidants, such as vitamin C can be used to reduce oxidative damage and promote collagen production.
Nutrition and Diet are Important
Skincare products and treatments are one aspect of a larger picture. The key to beautiful, healthy skin is nutrition. A diet high in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and other nutrients can give your skin the nutrients it needs.
Along with eating a healthy lifestyle, it is important to drink enough water and reduce your intakes of sugar, alcohol and processed foods. These substances can cause skin inflammation and oxidative damages.
Medical Spas: The Benefits
Spas that combine medical and spa services are a great option for people who want to be healthy.
Benefits of a Medical Spa
Sarah Skillett RN. BSN. Sarah Skillett RN BSN was awarded her nursing degree by St. Luke's School of Nursing. She started her career in 2000 as an Aesthetics Nurse Specialist. She is known for being one of the Midwest's most talented and respected nurse injectors. She has had extensive training both from national companies and physicians, and regularly attends national conventions. InjectAbility(r), including InstaTox (r), and ArqueDerma (r), have been offered to her. Six years ago, she was the first ArqueDerma (r) Practitioner in the Midwest. She currently practices this patented technique with a small group of people.
Sarah is also passionately involved in education. Galderma and Allergan sell Botox(r), Juvederm, and Restylane(r). Sarah is also a trainer. InjectAbility(r) Institute, where she inspires and trains other injectors, was her national training program for many years.
Sarah Skillett (RN, BSN) is a Licensed ArqueDerma (r) Practitioner and an Educationist. Sarah completed a intense 8-12-hour training course through InjectAbility Institute, the home of ArqueDerma. 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. Sarah is also licensed for InstaTox(r), a technique that accelerates the effects of muscle relaxers like Botox or Dysport(r). It produces almost instantaneous results.
This Florida physician started offering aesthetic injections at Botox parties after work and on her days off. Now she owns a med spa with her husband.
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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 began her career at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. She has many years of experience in Dermatology & Aesthetic Dermatology. In 2003, she was the Greater Kansas City Rookie Nursing of The Year. In 2008, she was named the Outstanding Alumni of Emporia State University’s Newman Division of Nursing. She specializes in aesthetic dermatology, which improves skin appearance and skin health.
Suzie currently lives with her husband in Johnson County. She has two very busy sons and a sweet daughter. She enjoys traveling, volunteering with her church and supporting her kids in all their activities. Yes, there are minor imperfections such as wrinkles and blemishes. But it's much deeper 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 you shouldn't feel embarrassed about how you look.
This is why we are experts in the most advanced, clinically-based facial treatment techniques to help you look and feel great.
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. Everyday. Too many people are ashamed of their looks and don’t like what they see when they look in the mirror. Elite Aesthetics provides customized facial rejuvenation to make you feel and look your best. Today. And every day.
BOTOX(r) and Dysport(r). BOTOX(r), and Dysport(r), are FDA-approved neuromodulators. These are effective in temporarily improving the appearance of frown lines around the eyes, as well as crow's feet. These products can also be used by skilled practitioners to treat hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) in the underarms, nose, mouth and chin.
Sarah Skillett, RN and BSN, is the Midwest's only practitioner that offers InstaTox (tm), which instantly tightens. Smooths. And lifts. Botox(r), Dysport(r), and other substances are used to tighten and lift the eyelids and neck.
We use hyaluronic Acid (HA) fillers because it is a natural substance that is already in the skin. HA provides nutrients, softens the skin and increases its volume. HA can be used in the face as a filler, since it is 1000 times more water-soluble than its weight. These clear gel formulas of HHA were specifically designed to mimic the body's naturally produced HA. They instantly add volume and reduce wrinkles.
Galderma's RESTYLANE(r), a family of fillers that includes:
Restylane Lyft (r) - A large gel particle is used to contour the cheeks and add volume.
Restylane (r)- A medium-sized gel that smooths out the parentheses and adds volume to the lips.
Restylane silk(r)- This gel uses small particles of gel to reduce the lines around your mouth and lips from smokers.
Allergan's JUVEDERM family of fillers also includes different-sized gel particles in their products.
Juvederm voluma(r), a large-particle used to lift the cheeks and add volume.
Juvederm® UltraPlus(r)- A medium gel size is used to treat the lips and nasolabial area.
Juvederm® Ultra(r), a smaller, more effective product that targets fine lines and wrinkles.
The ArqueDerma(r), or Artistic Restoration Lift, is a patented technique by Leslie Fletcher RN (MEP-C), to administer FDA-approved dermal fillers, such as Restylane Lift(r), and Voluma(r). As an aesthetic nurse injector and trainer, Leslie discovered this groundbreaking technique while working with thousands upon thousands of patients.
ArqueDerma is a technique that corrects volume loss. It effectively collects facial volume that has been lost and redirects it into facial hollows. ArqueDerma is a technique that uses precepts in physics, architectural engineering and enables dermal fillers to be used up to 40% longer and stimulates Neo-Collagenesis. This allows for long lasting, unmatched results. Visit arquederma.com for more information.
It is common for your outside appearance to be very different from how it feels inside. Our aim is to enhance and minimize the imperfections in your nest using the FDA-approved ArqueDerma(r). This technique can be combined with FDA approved dermal Fillers. This technique allows us more than just to improve your appearance. We can also change the way people see and 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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