Look great in 2013

If you have made a resolution to look your best in 2013, then maybe you are trying to lose a few pounds and revamp your wardrobe. With non-surgical skin treatments, you can give your whole body and face a makeover too without having to resort to drastic action such as going under the knife.

Whether you wish to achieve a more youthful appearance with skin rejuvenation or get rid of unwanted hair with laser hair removal, these non-surgical treatments are an excellent way of achieving the look you want quickly, effectively and painlessly.

Skin rejuvenation treatments

There are two main types of skin rejuvenation treatments - the ones that involve filling your skin with special non-toxic chemicals and the kind that remove tired skin cells with microdermabrasion or chemical peels.

Fillers are injected into your skin and will plump up and smooth out the appearance of fine lines such as crow's feet, forehead lines, laughter lines and other wrinkles. They are a very safe and pain-free procedure and the popular fillers available include anti-ageing injections®, Juvederm® and Sculptra®, They can help you to banish those wrinkles and turn back the clock and are a brilliant alternative to expensive and painful plastic surgery.

Chemical peels will also leave you looking younger and more radiant because this skin treatment gently removes the old top layer of skin to reveal fresher-looking cells underneath. Alternatively, you could go for microdermabrasion, which uses tiny microcrystals to remove the older skin cells.

Laser hair removal treatments

If you are tired of using creams and razors to get rid of unsightly hair in unwanted places, then laser hair removal can effectively banish that hair for good. It uses a special laser to kill off the hair follicles and halt the hair's growth, meaning that you never have to worry about the hair again.

Like the skin treatments available, laser hair removal is safe and pain-free and it will leave you looking and feeling fantastic.

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