25 Oct Perfect Pairs
As Kelly Clarkson said, “Some people wait a lifetime for a moment like this—” but you don’t need to wait at all to get your hands on these perfect pairs! RefinedMD offers you the best in non-invasive and minimally invasive procedures. Two is always better than one when you opt for treatments that complement one another. Take your results to the next level when you double down, such as teaming up microneedling and the DiamondGlow facial.
Microneedling is the decades-old treatment that works from the inside out. The procedure creates micro-trauma in the skin, also known as micro-channels, to stimulate collagen induction. Microneedling should only be performed in-office by a professional with the tools, training, and experience to give you safe and effective results. Although microneedling is typically a long game and you don’t see results immediately, it can also be used as a precursor to a DiamondGlow facial. The channels created via microneedling literally open the skin up for a facial so that topicals can reach and work deeper and better.
A DiamondGlow facial is a proprietary 3-in-1 treatment that takes just 30 minutes. By itself, it’s non-invasive and leaves you with a clean, unparalleled glow. The process simultaneously cleans and exfoliates using a genuine crushed diamond tip. By comprehensively cleansing the skin and removing debris from the pores, this prepares the skin for medical-grade topical treatments. The third step, the custom-selected topicals, bathes the skin in dermatologist-recommended products—and microneedling allows them to be their most effective. Start every DiamodnGlow treatment with microneedling for optimal results. Both treatments are recommended as monthly procedures and, together, take just about one hour.
Facelift + Fillers
We offer both cosmetic surgeries and non-surgical treatments in our office, and oftentimes pairing these two is the best approach. One example? A facelift with fillers. Facelifts address skin laxity on the lower half of the face and the neck (that’s right—all facelifts automatically include a neck lift!). A mini lift might be more suitable for younger patients who aren’t quite ready for a full facelift. Facelifts make you look up to 10+ years younger, but keep in mind that there’s more to aging than skin laxity. Lost volume is just as prevalent and can age you just as quickly. That’s where fillers come in.
Most facial fillers are made of hyaluronic acid (HA), though there are a few that work slow and steady via collagen induction. Your surgeon will work with you to determine the best fillers for you. Fillers can be applied during your facelift procedure or in the weeks following once swelling has subsided. The exact treatment plan will depend on you, your skin, and your goals.
Following a facelift, some clients (especially slender and fit ones) find that there is a hollowness to their features. Fillers can keep this from happening, and there are fillers than can last 18 – 24 months. The most common areas we lose “good” volume on the face is under the eyes, the cheekbones, the lips, chin, and along the jawline. Both a facelift and fillers can keep you looking young and healthy. However, choosing “just one” often doesn’t give you the full results you want when anti-aging is the goal.
Which Pair is for You?
There are countless couplings when it comes to both surgical and non-surgical treatments. Since every patient is unique, every treatment plan should be, too. Mixing and matching treatments and adjusting plans based on your ever-changing skin and needs is the best way to keep up with your aesthetic goals. From Botox and Kybella to dermabrasion and liposuction, the possibilities are endless.
Make this the year you achieve your best YOU with RefinedMD. It all begins with a consultation. Autumn is the best time for many procedures, particularly surgical and body treatments that are easy to hide under clothing. Start the journey now and you’ll be able to show off your stunning results in time for holiday parties and the new year. Get in touch with RefinedMD today by calling the office or scheduling an online consultation.