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beauty deep

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a European-inspired medspa

Is a Medi-Peel in New Orleans Right for You?

Medi-peels in New Orleans can benefit many people with many different skin-types and skin issues.  Whether you want to reduce those fine lines and wrinkles that keep making an appearance at every birthday, get rid of acne, or reduce hyperpigmentation, medi-peels are a simple and quick way to make...

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Benefits of an Acne Medi Facial

 

What is Medi Facial? A...

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The Benefits of Massage

At over 4,000 years old, massage is one of the oldest health care practices in the world. It is referenced in ancient Chinese medical texts and has been part of western medicine since the time of Hippocrates. A...

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Radio Frequency Microneedling

RF Microneedling adds radiofrequency to the microneedling procedure to maximize collagen production. A grid of needles penetrates the epidermis and delivers energy to the dermis only.  Only the tip of the needle delivers the energy as the rest of the length of the needle is insulated. This lessens heat build up...

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Facials for Different Skin Types

Medi-facials in New Orleans are facials that are targeted to treat a specific skin condition. Medical facials work on a cellular level, meaning your skin will be healthy from the inside out.  They improve facial circulation and leave your skin hydrated. Whether you want to improve the looks of aging,...

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Microneedling

Microneedling stimulates collagen formation by creating “micro injuries” in the skin with a cartridge containing small sterile needles. This “injury” triggers the fibroblasts to stimulate your body’s own process of healing.  The collagen formation triggered by this process helps transform tired, aging, wrinkled skin into softer, plumper, younger looking skin.

It is used...

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Skin Care 101

The skin is the largest organ of the body.  It is also the organ we take the most for granted. Exposure to sun, wind, environmental toxins, smoking, a poor diet, and personal stress all contribute to aging skin.

Our skin is composed of many layers.  The epidermis is the top layer...

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