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Sculpt a Beachbody by Spring Break

Original Article By Radiance Medspa Staff. | The holidays are over, and spring break will be here before you know it. If sliding into a bikini doesn’t sound like a vacation, there is still plenty of time to change that. We’re not talking about more squats, although we always encourage working out. Complement your exercise routine with body sculpting treatments, and you’ll finally be able to target those bulges that never seem to budge.  ..


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An Injection to Erase Cellulite Might Be Coming Very Soon

Original Article By Julie Ricevuto | NewBeauty. | Wouldn’t it be great if all of our aesthetic concerns could be treated with a quick injection? Well, it looks like the cosmetic industry might be headed that way. While there’s already fillers to restore plumpness, Botox for wrinkles, and even an acne-curing vaccine is in the works, it turns out that another injection for aesthetic purposes might be coming down the pipeline very soon.

Collagenase clostridium histolyticum (CCH) has just been confirmed as delivering positive results in two identical Phase 3 RELEASE studies for the treatment of cellulite in the buttocks, Endo International plc announced in a press release.  ..


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Myth Busters: Cellulite Edition

Cellulite Reduction AvonOriginal Article By Radiance Medspa Staff. There are two myths surrounding cellulite, that lumpy, bumpy fat that collects in places like the bottom and backs of thighs. The first is that finding the right cream or gel will reduce the appearance of cellulite. Topical methods can provide slight, temporary results at best. More often, they offer no improvement. The second myth is that because topical methods don’t work, cellulite is just something you have to live with unless you are willing to undergo invasive surgery. What most women do not realize is that cellulite is formed by connective bands woven throughout the skin of the thighs and buttocks that pull down the skin to create a dimpled appearance on the outside. The fat is just normal fat, and if the bands can be released, the skin will become smooth.

This is where the new, FDA-cleared cellulite treatment Cellfina comes in to bust both of the cellulite myths. Because the exterior appearance of cellulite is caused by what is going on below the skin, topical solutions will be ineffective because they cannot change the internal structure of the fat and release the connective bands. However, the simple, minimally invasive Cellfina treatment cuts those connective bands and releases the skin, which bounces back to its once smooth appearance. Cellfina consists of a small needle device that is inserted into the affected areas where it breaks the connection that is pulling down the skin. With little to no downtime other than a bit of post-treatment tenderness, Cellfina provides significant and long-lasting results.  ..


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Cellfina Announces Unprecedented 5-Year Results for Treatment of Cellulite

Original Article By Carolyn Hsu. | Cellulite, the dimpled skin that forms when fat pushes through connective tissue, happens to almost all women. Studies show that anywhere from 90 to 95 percent of women, regardless of age, body type and skin color, experience it to some degree. For decades, treatment for cellulite have been met with mixed—and mostly, short-term—results. So, in 2015 when Cellfina, a clinically proven, minimally invasive procedure, was FDA-cleared for improving cellulite for up to two years, it proved to be a game-changer. Just a year later, the FDA cleared Cellfina to deliver results that last for up to three years.  ..


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The Blunt Truth about Dermal Filler Injections

Original Article By Radiance Medspa Staff.
When it comes to dermal fillers, whether you’re getting a product from Juvéderm, Restylane, or Sculptra, injection is par for the course. To get the product in, the medical practitioner must pierce the skin. While sharp needles are excellent for puncturing, it turns out, they are not as good at distributing product. Usually, administering product through a sharp needle means that multiple injections are required to complete one treatment. Although most injectors continue to use sharp needles to provide dermal fillers, typically leading to some level of post-treatment bruising and swelling, there is a better way to administer injections, and it’s called a cannula.  ..


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Hand Rejuvenation with Restylane Lyft


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How SculpSure Really Works

Original Article By newbeauty.com. We all know that targeting and reducing or eliminating body fat is not easy, but with the proper diet, exercise and the more permanent route of SculpSure for those stubborn areas, a flat tummy is something you can achieve.

Here, the experts weigh in on the most effective ways to decrease your waistline for good, from what you eat to in-office body sculpting.  ..


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Welcome to the CoolSculpting 5000 Club!

coolsculpting avon Original Article By Radiance Medspa Staff.
There are many places to get transformative non-invasive fat reduction with CoolSculpting, but few practices have earned membership in the CoolSculpting 5000 Club. Our admission to this exclusive club means that Radiance Medspa Avon has successfully performed more than 5,000 CoolSculpting treatments. Actually, we’ve provided upwards of 6,500 CoolSculpting treatments, and that makes us the #1 CoolSculpting provider in the state of Connecticut. And we’re also a Diamond Distributor of CoolSculpting.  ..


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Why this Victoria’s Secret Angel Says Everyone Should Get Botox

Original Article By Tatiana Bido. Admitting that you don’t mind a little help in the lines and wrinkles department is getting more and more common for celebrities in the spotlight. Even Victoria’s Secret supermodels are not immune to the effects of aging, and 35-year-old Brazilian model Isabeli Fontana is not ashamed to say that a touch of Botox Cosmetic here and there can go a long way in ensuring career longevity on the catwalk.

But the former Victoria’s Secret Angel says Botox isn’t just good for her career, it’s good for everyone. “A little bit of Botox is not bad,” said Fontana to the Sunday Times. “Botox can change your face a lot, so it has to be very subtle, but if you don’t do it, age will mark your skin and I don’t like that at all.”  ..


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Restylane Lyft Is Now FDA-Approved For Use on Hands, Making It the First Legit Body Filler

Original Article By Macaela Mackenzie. Restylane, a hyaluronic acid filler, just received FDA approval for use on hands, making it the first injectable of its kind to receive FDA approval for use outside the face.

Following a study of 89 patients, Restylane Lyft got the stamp of approval to treat age-related volume loss in the back of the hands. "Fat volume loss and atrophy of the intrinsic muscles of the hand due to aging often leads to overly prominent metacarpal bones, tendons and veins," Joshua Zuckerman, a board-certified plastic surgeon in New York City, tells Allure. Translation: as you age, hands can start to look skeletal or boney.  ..


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