Botox and SilkPeel – A Winning Wedding Combination

Dr. Carol Clinton appeared with one of her patients on her “Timeless Moments” video series, discussing how she prepared her patient to look her best for her wedding day.  For her, preparing for that big day included Botox and a series of SilkPeel Dermalinfusion treatments starting about 2 months prior to the wedding.

Botox (neurotoxin injection) remains the most popular non-invasive aesthetic procedure in the doctor’s office.  It minimizes the appearance of wrinkles by weakening the underlying muscles of the face, so that they are not pulling as strongly or as frequently on the skin, softening the wrinkling appearance.  However, for all its popularity, Botox does not do anything to improve the tone or texture of the skin – and that is where SilkPeel can make a big difference.  SilkPeel is growing rapidly in popularity – it has been one of the top procedures in Beverly Hills dermatology and plastic surgery offices; and it is now becoming well known in medical offices and medi-spas across the country and around the world.

Part of the reason for its popularity is that SilkPeel Dermalinfusion is all about delivering effective and nourishing serums deep into the tissue where they are needed most.  The serums can be tailored for your specific skin needs, from acne and hyperpigmentation, to fine-line wrinkles, acne scarring and the all-too-common effects of photo-damage.

If you are planning a big day of your own, or you have been bothered by any of the skin conditions that SilkPeel has proven to address so effectively, then Dr. Clinton’s advice may be well placed for you.

For more information on SilkPeel Dermalinfusion and to find a physician in your area, visit www.envymedical.com.

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