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Tag: Skin

Updating Your Skincare Routine for Fall

By: Michelle Mernah, Master Aesthetician It’s bittersweet to see summer come to an end, but fall is finally here! That means colder weather, cozy sweaters and unfortunately an adjustment in our skin.  As the seasons change, so should your skincare. With temperatures becoming cooler and less humid (yay!) the air becomes drier resulting in needing […]

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All About Vitamin C

by: Ksenia Igonina, Master Aesthetician So you’ve finally decided you need a vitamin C serum—congratulations, you are one step closer to achieving a brighter, more youthful skin! Lucky for you, we’re here to demystify the science behind vitamin C and Obagi’s Professional-Vitamin C serums are essential for healthy skin. It’s a potent antioxidant that can neutralize […]

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BOTOX, Xeomin, Dysport: My Top Pick for a Youthful Appearance

by: Margaryta Suvorova, RN/Aesthetic Injector Let’s talk about Javan’s number one and most popular anti-aging aesthetic treatment: botulinum or neurotoxins! Neurotoxins include Botox, Xeomin, and Dysport and can be used to improve wrinkles, smooth out the skin, and restore tone. When neurotoxins are injected into a muscle, they block signals from nerves that make our […]

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My Three Favorite Services at Javan Anti-Aging and Wellness

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by: Rachel White, PA-C | Aesthetic Injector When approaching what services, we offer at Javan, I think it’s really important to understand that aging is a complex process that goes beyond the surface.  Taking a holistic approach and using different modalities to help slow and reverse the signs of aging is key to amazing results. […]

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What Causes Spider Veins on the Face?

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Have you noticed the appearance of tiny veins just under the surface of your skin, particularly on your face? These veins, often called spider veins, can appear with suddenness, and are always most unwelcome. You may fear that they make you appear older or blot the complexion of your face. The good news is that […]

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