Moy-Fincher-Chipps has a quick fix to dissolve the most stubborn fat on your tummy, thighs, and arms. SmartLipo is the latest in laser technology for sculpting the perfect bikini body. Unlike traditional lipo which suctions out solid fat, the SmartLipo laser melts the fat before suctioning out. This results in less damage to the tissue of the surrounding areas, meaning less bleeding, swelling, and bruising post-treatment. Additionally, the heat from SmartLipo stimulates the development of collagen, so skin is taut around the treated area.
Countdown To Red Carpet Skin
With the Golden Globes in the bag, all attention is now focused on the Oscars, the world’s most watched fashion and entertainment show. No one wants to hit the red carpet in front of the world’s media and millions of fans with a blemish or dull, tired skin. Moy-FincherChipps is ensuring blemish-free, glowing red carpet skin with its “custom laser protocol and anti-aging skin
care” regimen. For luminous skin like Halle Berry and Scarlett Johansson, MFC recommends a series of DNA Repair Enzyme Microdermabrasions, and DNA Growth Factor SilkPeels. For more pronounced lines, wrinkles, age spots, or crow’s feet, Moy-FincherChipps also recommends laser treatment and injectables.
Fat Injection vs. Synthetic Filler
Looking to restore volume, improve facial contours and get rid of unwanted wrinkles and folds? Facial fillers may be the answer to your anti-aging needs. The Board Certified doctors at Moy-Fincher-Chipps offer a wide selection of fillers to address your needs on the quest for a more youthful you. But which injectable is right for you? Fat injection or synthetic filler? Fat injection involves extracting small amounts of fat from your body and transferring it to your face. Once fat is extracted, it can also be frozen and stored for later use. The fat for this procedure is usually grafted from the abdomen or flanks, processed in a centrifuge, then injected into the face for desired effect. The whole process takes 30 to 90 minutes, using only local anesthesia and sedation, which means the patient can return home shortly after the procedure.
SPF & Beyond
According to the American Cancer Society, in 2009, there was an estimated 68,720 new cases of melanoma – the type of skin cancer that accounts for the most deaths. While skin cancer is highly preventable, clinicians and patients must keep abreast of changes in the ways which sunscreens are evaluated, along with new preventative measures. 1. Sunscreens protect against damage to the skin, however SPF is a poor indicator of how well a sunscreen protects against UVA-induced DNA damage. Protective clothing should always be worn to avoid UV radiation.