Look Flawless on Your Wedding Day with a Photofacial + Botox
Most women have dreamed of their wedding days since childhood. And so, when that special day draws near, brides-to-be want to ensure that they set personal precedents of beauty and elegance as they walk down the aisle. Recently, beauty editor, Carly Cardellino of Cosmopolitan Magazine, the industry leading authority in fashion and beauty, published “Your Step-by-Step Guide to Looking Flawless on Your Wedding Day.” In this guide Cosmopolitan recommends Botox for women who want to remove crows feet from around the eyes, and a Photofacial for women who want to restore clear, flawless skin to their complexion for their wedding day. For expert insight on these two non-invasive cosmetic procedures, Cardellino cites both Jolie Martin (leading esthetican at SKINNEY Medspa) and Dr. Hadley King (leading NYC dermatologist at SKINNEY Medspa.) Find out what these skin care experts have to say by reading an excerpt of the Cosmopolitan guide below:
“Smooth crow’s feet or forehead lines with Botox.”
Botox is quick, painless, requires no downtime, and provides immediate results, making it the most popular non-invasive cosmetic procedure. Botox works by relaxing the tension in facial muscles that cause wrinkles. For brides-to-be who are considering Botox, Cosmopolitan cites prestigious NYC dermatologist, Dr. Hadley King: “Going in for a trial to see how it wears on you eight months before is a smart idea,” says Hadley King, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist at Skinney Medspa + Wellness. “That way, if you liked your experience with it, you’ll know where to get it a month before your wedding day.”
“Get an even complexion” with a Photofacial.
Cosmopolitan also highlights NYC esthetician, Jolie Martin, a leading skin care expert at SKINNEY Medspa. Jolie Martin suggests “Intense Pulse Light (IPL) Photofacial treatments” for women who “want to remove your brown spots for a crystal clear complexion.” Many men and women who elect for Photo facial treatments are trying to restore even tone and pigmentation to skin that has been damaged by sun exposure. Along with restoring even skin tone, a Photofacial effectively treats freckles, Rosacea, broken capillaries, Melasma and vascular imperfections.
An IPL Photofacial refers to an advance system of laser skin resurfacing that safely emits controlled bursts of intense pulsed light. These pulsating bursts from the Photofacial laser penetrate just below the skin’s surface, breaking up the Melin that causes discolorations and brown spots to form in the skin’s pigmentation. The Photofacial also stimulates the body’s natural production of collagen and elastin, promoting cellular renewal for healthier, radiant, younger looking skin.