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Dear Client,

Before visiting us for any type of skin therapy, we urge you to read the seven things NOT to do before visiting us. It will help you avoid any potential negative outcomes from your procedure, like skin irritation or rash.

If your face is looking a little reddish, you might be suffering from couperose or rosacea. If the problem has arisen recently, preventive measures may help you cope. Please read on for more info.

Last, but not least, please join us in celebrating our 15 year anniversary. We’ve got a spectacular day planned full of special events and offers, and much more. Read on for all the details.
Please call us at (818) 707-7240 to find out more or to schedule your next appointment.

I’m looking forward to seeing you.

Dr. Yana Budnitsky

Join Us To Celebrate 15 Years!

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You’re invited to attend our 1-day only holiday sales event, chock-full with special offers and savings. Not only that attend the event on Saturday, November 10, between 11am and 2pm and you can take advantage of our special offers, enjoy complimentary food, beverage, raffles, and much more. Read all about it here >>

What NOT to do before Visiting your Esthetician

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Having a professional cosmetic procedure is one of the most relaxing things you can do, however, the appearance of a skin reaction after the procedure, is not. Experts say that the vast majority of bad outcomes after these procedures are the fault of the patient, who tampers with her own skin before visiting the esthetician.
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How to treat couperose or rosacea?

How to treat couperose or rosacea?
If my face shows reddish veins, you are more than likely suffering from couperose or rosacea. A proven, however, temporary way to hide the problem is to disguise it under a layer of foundation. However, using cosmetic medicine, there are ways that you can permanently get rid of scars and veins. Why do I suffer from couperose or rasacea?
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