Ways to Treat Yourself This Holiday Season

As the year comes to a close, you may be daunted with stress, deadlines, and plenty of other things that can cause wear and tear on your skin. This year, give yourself the gift of feeling good with antiaging and wellness services from our family medicine in Miami clinic!

 

Lip augmentation can help your lips look more plump, making your overall look more youthful and vibrant. It is a temporary nonsurgical procedure that increases the size of your lips while reducing wrinkles around the mouth. Plasma gel, Juvederm®, and Restylane® are used to create volume. These fillers are made from hyaluronic acid, while plasma gel is made from extracting plasma in your own blood. The procedure is short and relatively painless. 

 

Our medical spa services include facials, fillers, PRP therapy, chemical peels, cellulite, fat loss treatments, pressotherapy, radiofrequency, cavitation RF, microdermabrasion, micro-needling, and more!

 

Chemical peels are great for treating the surface of the skin. They gently exfoliate the top layer of the skin, giving a brighter, even, and healthier complexion. Want a facial instead? We have various options that can help target fine lines and wrinkles, eye bags, dry skin, and more. 

 

Laser leg vein treatment targets unwanted visible veins in the legs, such as varicose veins and spider veins. Treatment can significantly reduce their appearance, targeting and destroying the blood vessels that cause this look without damaging the skin. 

 

For a full list of our services, like platelet rich plasma therapy in Miami, please visit PMN Health and Wellness online. 

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