Nurse Practitioner Janette Vodhanel specializes in injectables such as Botox and Juvederm. She’s also got significant experience under her belt with the Cynosure laser for skin rejuvenation.
Janette started her career as an RN in critical care in the post anesthesia care unit of a hospital. She went back to school to become an NP in 2004.
“Utilizing the advanced technology of lasers and injectables, I love making people feel better about themselves,” she says. “I find if they like the way they look, they tend to take better overall care of themselves. It has a positive domino effect.”
Linda, Dolce’s owner, says she interviewed countless people before finding Janette, “She understands that using holistic treatments and methods help clients to be the most beautiful and confident they can be.”
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Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine that has been around for 1000’s of years, in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction.
The most common misunderstanding regarding one of the most powerful and beneficial after effects of Cupping, is the marks that sometimes result. Cupping marks are NOT bruises.Cupping is great for relieving chronic pain & tension! The suction helps to separate out the muscles from the fascia, promotes blood flow and flushes out stored toxins and dead blood cells from the muscles.Cupping increases blood circulation to the area where the cups are placed. This may relieve muscle tension, which can improve overall blood flow and promote cell repair. It may also help form new connective tissues and create new blood vessels in the tissue.
Wrinkles appear, and sadly there is hardly any way to avoid them entirely. But, the good news is that; Botox and fillers work perfectly fine, and they are nothing less than a natural remedy. What’s more? It is sustainable and kind on the body.
Shrinks Volume of Pores
Who doesn’t want fewer pores? Let’s tell you Facial Cupping is no joke when it comes to pore shrinkage. You would remark a difference after the first time. If you’re into things like reducing fine lines and preparing a healthy glow, you have to try facial cupping. It’s supernatural.
Relieves Skin Imperfections
If you have ever struggled with acne or still struggling with acne, scarring, redness, or any other discoloration, you would be pleasantly surprised with the result cupping has on skin coloration. It may take several sessions to notice a difference, but many see changes almost instantly.
Animates Collagen Production
As we get older, the resiliency of our skin fades, and cupping helps combat that. The negative pressure lifts the skin and separates the dermal layers stimulating fibroblast cells to produce and secret collagen as much as 127% in clinical trials.
The suction of cupping draws blood to the top of your skin, revitalizing your face. Even though your face may get a feeling pink or red because of this, it will pass in ten minutes or so. You will be bequeathed with an ethereal glow that looks like you have been juice cleansing for months.
So, are you looking puffy after last night’s wine? Maybe you slept on the wrong side of your face too long, or had too much slat in your diet. Facial cupping can help you attain your cheekbones again and get free of those under-eye bags. The suction and glide movement helps drain lymphatic fluid and relieve the puffiness.
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Choose the brand medical providers and patients know and trust: BOTOX® Cosmetic. It’s the #1 selling treatment of its kind*:
The first and only treatment FDA-approved to temporarily make moderate to severe frown lines, crow’s feet and forehead lines look better in adults
A quick 10-minute treatment with minimal downtime
You may begin to notice results within 24 to 48 hours for moderate to severe frown lines
It delivers predictable, subtle results, so you look like you, only with less noticeable facial lines
HOW BOTOX® COSMETIC WORKS
A combination of factors can cause facial lines. It’s not just about the cellular changes that may occur, or reduction of collagen, or damage caused by free radicals from the sun and the environment.
Repeated muscle contractions from frowning, squinting, or raising eyebrows cause skin to furrow and fold, gradually resulting in the formation of facial lines. BOTOX® Cosmetic works beneath the surface and temporarily reduces the underlying muscle activity that causes moderate to severe frown lines, crow’s feet and forehead lines in adults – to help them look visibly smoother.
What to expect with treatment
Some patients receiving BOTOX® Cosmetic report the injections feel like a pinch. You may begin to notice a visible smoothing of frown lines, crow’s feet and forehead lines within 24 to 48 hours, with results lasting up to 4 months for moderate to severe frown lines in adults.
BOTOX® Cosmetic is not a permanent treatment. If you discontinue treatment the moderate to severe frown lines, crow’s feet and forehead lines will gradually return.
A product backed by thorough research
Only BOTOX® Cosmetic is backed by more than 16 years of published studies. It uses a unique manufacturing process, and its potency is measured in units that cannot be compared to any other product. This is why there is no such thing as “generic” BOTOX® Cosmetic.
Get the one and only
Did you know the FDA has stated that BOTOX® Cosmetic is “non-interchangeable”? That means its safety and effectiveness cannot be claimed by another product. The potency – or strength – of BOTOX® Cosmetic is measured in scientifically defined units that cannot be compared to any other product, due to its unique manufacturing process. There are no substitutes for our product. People who are prescribed a biologic product have a right to know exactly what they are receiving; be sure to ask for BOTOX® Cosmetic by name.
IPL stands for intense pulsed light. It’s a type of light therapy used to treat wrinkles, spots, and unwanted hair.
You can use IPL to minimize or remove:
broken blood vessels on your face
hair on your face, neck, back, chest, legs, underarms, or bikini line
The difference between IPL and laser treatment
IPL is similar to a laser treatment. However, a laser focuses just one wavelength of light at your skin, while IPL releases light of many different wavelengths, like a photo flash.
The light from IPL is more scattered and less focused than a laser. IPL penetrates down to the second layer of your skin (dermis) without harming the top layer (epidermis), so it causes less damage to your skin.
Pigment cells in your skin absorb the light energy, which is converted into heat. The heat destroys the unwanted pigment to clear up freckles and other spots. Or, it destroys the hair follicle to prevent the hair from growing again.
You can use IPL anywhere on your body, but it may not work as well on uneven areas. It isn’t recommended for people who tend to get thick, raised keloid scars or who have darker skin tones. It’s also not as effective on light-colored hair as it is on darker hair.
How to prepare
Before your IPL procedure, your skin care specialist will examine your skin and let you know what to expect. Let them know if you have any skin conditions that might affect healing after your treatment, such as inflammatory acne or eczema.
Your skin care specialist may recommend that you avoid certain activities, medications, and other products for two weeks prior your procedure.
You should avoid
drugs that increase your bleeding risk, such as aspirin (Ecotrin) and ibuprofen (Advil)
creams or other products that contain vitamin A, such as RetinA, or glycolic acid
Costs and insurance
The cost depends on the type of condition you’re having treated and the size of the treatment area. On average, IPL costs $700 to $1,200. You might have to pay more for anesthesia, tests, follow-up visits, or medicines. Because IPL is considered a cosmetic procedure, most health insurance plans won’t cover the cost.
What to expect during the procedure
Your skin care specialist first cleans the area that’s being treated. Then they rub a cool gel onto your skin. Then, they apply light pulses from the IPL device to your skin. During your treatment, you’ll need to wear dark glasses to protect your eyes.
The pulses might sting your skin. Some people liken the feeling to being snapped with a rubber band.
Depending on which part of your body is being treated and how large the area is, the treatment should take 20 to 30 minutes.
To get the results you want, you may need to have three to six treatments. Those treatments should be spaced about one month apart to let your skin heal in between. Hair removal requires 6 to 12 treatments.
How well it works
Newer IPL devices work about as well as laser treatments for some cosmetic treatments, such as fading blood vessels in the skin. For hair removal, IPL works better on thick, dark hair than on fine, light hair. You may need to have several treatments to achieve your desired result.
Most people experience mild redness or swelling after the procedure. This typically fades within a day or two.
In some cases, you may experience:
change in skin color
What to expect afterward
You should be able to go right back to your regular activities. The treated area of skin will be red and sensitive for a few hours, as if you got sunburned. Your skin may be slightly swollen, too. Your skin will continue to be sensitive for a couple of days after the procedure. You may need to avoid using hot water on it until your skin heals.
The bottom line
The treatment works well to fade lines and spots and get rid of unwanted hair.
The sessions are quicker than with other methods.
The light doesn’t damage the top layers of skin, so you’ll have fewer side effects than with a laser or dermabrasion.