Posts Tagged: wrinkles

Why Do I Need Antioxidants In My Skin Care?

Everybody knows that vitamin C plays an huge part of tissue growth and repair, but did you know that its effects on your skin are just as dramatic? Along with everyone at FUZION, I’m always looking out for ways to keep my skin healthy and vibrant. I know that vitamin C, also known as ascorbic

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BOTOX and Dysport, not just for wrinkles anymore…

I’m often surprised that so many people are still afraid, unaware or misinformed about BOTOX (collectively, BOTOX, Xeomin and Dysport). I describe the use of these agents like McDonalds – over 8 billion served. The use of Botulinum toxin in Aesthetic Medicine is commonplace, but some people are still reluctant. A lot of people are

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Pin-Up Dreams and Porcelan Skin

So, I have the “curves” I have the attitude and now I have the skin – thanks to Laura Chirstensen our medically trained Esthetician. She has worked on thousands of patients in New Orleans, and now in Connecticut. She has  helped them reverse signs of aging, photodamage, acne and many more skin issues. Laura will tell

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Long lasting treatments, like BOTOX

Moving on from resurfacing, Fuzion also performs a number of filler solutions for the aging face. These treat wrinkles, folds and loss of volume in the face and can last for months at a time. We offer a variety of options that can be recommended by our trained professionals who will keep you looking as

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Fuzion’s 4 Recommendations

Okay, so our last post gave you a little introduction to the way the world has thought about beauty and aging. Don’t get us wrong, we don’t want to bum you out—we want to help you make healthy decisions that are right for your face. By restoring ratios and redefining angles or re-volumizing areas of

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Chemical Peels – Friend or Foe?

Once upon a time chemical peels were the only weapon to combat wrinkles, age spots, discoloration, precancerous skin growths, and superficial scarring. The process is simple; an acid solution is applied to the skin, dissolving skin cells and removing the top layers of the epidermis. Just how deeply the peel penetrates, and the effects, vary

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BOTOX in a sponge??

Doctors have long been looking for a way to give patients the benefits of Botox without the needle. A cream version was being tested for hyperpidrosis. The latest efforts involve Botox-soaked sponges, and the effects are surprisingly promising. It has already been established that Botox injections can help the symptoms of rhinitis, which include a

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Fraxel CO2 re:pair

It has been a long time since I have been this excited about a laser treatment! Most aesthetic enthusiasts already know the name, but have you personally experienced a Fraxel treatment? Let me know what you thought of your treatment, outcome, and opinions. Now, we move on to great news, the GOLD STANDARD in laser

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