Here comes the groom! Part 2
So now we can see our groom-to-be looking svelte and toned but I believe in balance and that means looking at his face too. Stress of wedding planning can take its toll on the features and that means aging dull skin, furrows and frown lines. I recommend a plasma treatment for face and hair treatment plan a year ahead so that the collagen stimulating and hair reviving benefits can begin and continue until the wedding. It will usually take 3-4 of these and they can be administered up to two weeks before the wedding. This is a double whammy that makes the hair thick and glossy and the skin radiant and refreshed. At six months prior I can combine this regime with dermal fillers in a few subtle areas like the nasolabial folds, not too much as men look best softened not erased! I like to use neurotoxins on male clients around this time too as it really helps to perfect the amount of wrinkle removal. Men have deeper folds and need more muscle destabilizing, I like to tweak and not add too much, it is easier to add than remove neurotoxins!
At 3 months I also like the VI Peels which are so versatile and deal with everything from anti aging to removing bacne! That’s something that men can suffer from and the ViPeel® PURIFY with Precision Plus is a great solution for this problem. Because wedding prep can be so stressful I also like to prescribe facials to combine the effects of skin rejuvenation with relaxation! The Oxygenation facial can be done up to the day before but I suggest a week before. It is a 3-1 facial that can revive or brighten the skin.
Now we have our groom looking fit and healthy, his skin is radiant, his hair looks shiny and he is confident of looking great next to his bride. So all we have to say is good luck and every happiness, our work here is done! If you need help with the wedding night then we have solutions for that too, but that’s another post!
Come in and see us at Invigorate Advanced Aesthetics in Centennial, Colorado to book some Oxygenation facials or VI peels.
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