If you’re like most people, you don’t have unlimited income, and you’re frequently looking for ways that you can cut money without sacrificing the quality of your life. All too often, people do this and only consider the big costs, but things that you’re constantly replacing can quickly sap away your paycheck. What’s one culprit you might have overlooked? The Cost of Shaving.
Cost of Shaving
Shaving is an activity that requires a lot of consumables — blades, shaving cream, after shave and products to protect sensitive skin just to name a few. Replacement blades can cost $20, and those blades won’t last forever when you’re a woman who shaves an average 12 times per month. Consider the cost of water and maybe even Band-Aids, and things aren’t looking so good. Whether your boss requires a clean shave or you’re a woman who loves to have silky smooth legs, shaving hacks away at your bank account as well as your hair.
Shaving Takes Time
But the cost that comes with shaving doesn’t have to be, and we’re not just talking about the monetary cost. Shaving takes up an average of 10 minutes per day, which is time you could spend at the gym, with your best friend or enjoying a tasty dessert. Instead, you’re hacking away at your hair with a sharp blade. It just doesn’t make sense. It’s not like alternatives don’t exist, either. Laser hair removal, for example, will remove the hair once and for all. After a few appointments, you won’t have to shave anymore, and you can keep your time and money all for yourself.
It Ain’t Always Pretty
Plus, shaving comes with some nasty side effects sometimes. Anyone who has ever had to deal with razor burn, ingrown hair or an infected follicle knows that these things are as uncomfortable as they are unsightly. In your aim to be beautiful or presentable, the very thing you do might be making it worse! No one wants to keep reaching for tiny toilet paper squares or Band-Aids to cover up the sight of shaving cut.
Isn’t it time to ditch the razor for good?
Vi Peels Are Perfect To Correct All Types Of Skin Problems
People are looking for the perfect way to achieve the look of younger healthier looking skin. Vi peels are a great way of achieving that goal. The 4 different types of facial peels we offer can treat everything from sun damage, hyperpigmentation, acne, acne scaring, aging skin, fine lines, wrinkles, and even rosacea. Many peels out there are not safe for all skin types. The chief advantage to Vi Peels is that they are safe for all skin types. This is thanks to the unique formula that is used.
Some other chemical peels can be painful. Our Vi peels are virtually painless and require no pre-treatment of the skin and no down time. These peels are suitable for you face and body, and provide great results with just one week of application. Our clients typically come for peels 3-5 times a year depending on how they would like their skin to look.
Vi peels repair and correct skin at the cellular level, so when a patient begins treatment at the first sign of skin damage the skin is easier to repair. With regular maintenance and a great skin care line your skin will remain in optimum health and look great.
For More information on our skin treatments and facials such as Vi peels see our skin treatment section of our website. Ready to schedule your Vi peel today? Contact us now to schedule your consultation!
Juvederm Voluma XC injectable gel is the first and only filler that is FDA-approved to instantly add volume to the cheek area. It will give you that subtle lift, which helps to restore contour ad give you a more youthful look. The voluma actually continues to work for up to 2 years on patients over 21.
Why It’s Great For Your Skin
Our skin contains a lot of a naturally based hydrating substance called Hydlurnic Acid(HA). When you age, sunlight and other factors can reduce the amount of HA your skin will produce. When you have a lack of HA it causes your skin to lose structure and volume, which will create unwanted facial wrinkles and folds around your mouth and nose.
Non Surgical Dermal Filler
Juvederm XC is a non-surgical, physician administered treatment for nasolabial folds and other wrinkles. The physician uses a fine needle to ease the Juvederm XC under the skin to fill the soft tissue of the dermis. It instantly adds volume and diminishes the appearance of wrinkles and folds.
Want More Information? Check out our Atlanta Juvederm Voluma XC page to learn more about this amazing product and it’s benefits
Laser Hair Removal has been around for years and many women can tell you why it’s the best way to keep your legs silky smooth. If you’ve ever thought about ditching the razor most usually make that decision with the help of a close girlfriend.
Beckham & Longoria – LHR BFFS?
It’s no surprise that when Victoria Beckham was asked she became a lover of laser hair removal after so many years, she had once simple answer: Eva Longoria. “You can go for touch-ups if you do see little hairs appearing but I’ve been very lucky and I haven’t had to. That was one of the best tips Eva Longoria ever gave me.” she said. So if you wanted to know laser treatments what would you ask your best friend?
Here are the right questions to ask for the best laser treatment option for you.
- How long has your therapist been performing laser treatments?
- Will the therapist’s equipment work for all skin types including yours?
- Can past clients (besides your friend) verify the quality of the specify treatment?
How long are the sessions and how many will you need to schedule before completion?
Fortunately for Victoria, she had a good friend in Eva. She told her exactly what to expect when scheduling a laser hair removal session. If you have any questions about laser treatments we are more than happy to help. Please visit our FAQ for more information.
Keratosis Pilaris also known as “Chicken Skin” is very common. Common in about 50% of the entire worlds population; It is a condition that makes the appearance of your skin look slightly rough with red bumps, and dry skin. It usually appears on the back-side of your arms, thighs, hands, the top of your legs, or your buttocks.
Causes of Keratosis Pilaris
People wonder why they get this, and how it can be treated. Keratosis Pilaris occurs when the body produces too much keratin, which is a natural protein in the skin. When this happens it surrounds and entraps the hair follicles in the pores. This causes the formation of hard bumps that contain an ingrown hair that has coiled up in your hair follicle.
Treatment Options for Keratosis Pilaris
There are several different types of treatments for Keratosis Pilaris that we offer to help treat this skin condition.
The first would be Intense Pulse Light treatment (IPL) using a broad-spectrum light source to fragment the pigment to prepare the body to absorb the fragmented pigmentation just as any other toxin your body must get rid of. It helps with correcting sunspots, redness, brown spots, and uneven skin tone.
The second option would Microdermabrasion, which is a deep exfoliation to remove dead skincells and impurities on your skin. Microdermabrasion dramatically improves skin tone and texture, unclogs pores, and leaves you with fresh healthy skin.
The third option we offer would be a chemical peel. Our Vi-derm Chemical peels contain Glycolic acid, which helps with dull dry skin, acne scaring and breakouts, collagen production, and hyperpigmentation. It also contains Salicylic Acid that helps with acne, ingrown hairs, black heads, psoriasis, keratosis pilaris, hyperpigmentation, and uneven skin tone.
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At Look Young Atlanta we offer quite a few different treatments that will adjust to your life style as well as get you on the road to healthier better looking skin.