Life has a way of speeding by sometimes, doesn’t it? One day not so long ago we were shopping for a new year of school supplies. Now, we are facing busy days of shopping for all those holiday parties on the horizon. As the year heads to a close here in a short blip of time, many of us are thinking about what we can do quickly to go out with a bang.
Kovanda Plastic Surgery and the Aesthetic Institute of Edina love this time of year. Actually, we love any time we have the opportunity to help the men and women of our community feel extraordinarily good about themselves. Here, we suggest a few quick-changes that may be made to maximize beauty before the holiday season.
- Turn that frown upside down. There is something about the position of facial features that either enhances beauty or detracts from it. We know from research that characteristics like frown lines, low-lying brows, and a downturned mouth give the illusion of unfriendliness. Since we are heading in to the merriest season of the year, we can think of no better way to get into that spirit than with BOTOX treatment to release all that gravitational pull on the face.
- Pump up the volume. Lip augmentation took a rather intense turn in recent years, with numerous celebrities showing off over-done, over-filled lips. The intent of lip augmentation may be different for everyone but, for the most part, the patients we treat are interested in a naturally fuller appearance. Adding volume to deflated or thin lips also creates a friendly vibe on the face, perfect for meeting and greeting!
- Oh, that glow! Regardless of age and how you are managing the appearance of lines and wrinkles, there is value in promoting healthy cellular turnover. One way to reveal that inner glow is with Halo laser treatments. You know, the same method that Sharon Osbourne has used to refresh and tighten her skin.
These are just three examples of quick, easy treatments that can help you move through the holiday season with great confidence. To learn about our additional aesthetic services, call 612-335-9032.