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Mar 13

You must read this if you are even considering Sculpsure!

March 13th, 2020|

Although there might still be snow on the ground, spring, that salty temptress, continues to flirt with us all. Soon we will be forced into ditching all of our warming modesty layers (but don’t worry Mr. Parka, you’ll stay front and center in my closet for a few weeks still). This transition away from the heavy textiles will mean revealing more skin, allowing exposure of some body parts that have not seen sunlight in months! Now is an ideal time to start your journey with SculpSure! Also known as WarmSculpting, SculpSure is a laser based body contouring treatment offered at […]

Nov 22

Sun’s out, guns out? More like: Sun’s gone, lasers on!

November 22nd, 2019|

The winter season is generally the best time to address issues with your skin. Uneven pigmentation, redness associated with rosacea, age spots, and surgical or acne scarring are all concerns that can be addressed at Hemingway. You may wonder why winter is the best time for laser treatments, or you may not wonder that at all- either way, this is the answer: recent UV exposure (sun exposure) can leave the skin acutely photo-damaged and more sensitive. This can lead to increased sensitivity during the laser treatment which could lead to a higher risk of burns and undesirable pigment changes of […]

Sep 13

Botox® for Beginners

September 13th, 2019|

In outer-space, a “wrinkle in time” sounds intriguing, sexy, and minuscule. But on your face, a wrinkle shows time – an unsolicited declaration of your own life experience on this planet. While these lines can certainly add character, distinction, and credibility; they can also falsely represent your true emotional attributes, allowing others to misperceive your kind self.

There are different types of wrinkles, also known as lines.

Static lines are always there. They are patient and sneaky. They are the end result of their predecessor, dynamic lines. Dynamic lines are a product of a natural process – speaking, thinking, listening, living. Dynamic […]

Aug 14

Male Pattern Baldness

August 14th, 2018|

Four ways to treat male pattern baldness

Male pattern baldness, also called androgenic alopecia, is the most common type of hair loss in men. It affects about 16% of men aged 18-29, 53% of men older than 40, and 80% of men older than 80.[2] It is characterized by gradual hair loss, hair thinning and reduced rate of growth.

What causes male pattern baldness?

Hair loss can be attributed to both genetics and hormones.

If both of your parents have thinning hair or are blading, chances are you will inherit these traits. It is commonly thought that there […]

Jul 19

A scientific look at sun safety

July 19th, 2018|

Hemingway Medical Spa specializes in skin care, body contouring, injectables, and laser treatments. We use the latest cosmetic techniques, technology and artistry while providing a comfortable, respectful atmosphere where patients feel at home. Please call us for a complimentary consultation.

Jun 6

Enhancing Feminine and Masculine Features in Transition

June 6th, 2018|

When it comes to beauty and identity, every individual should have the option to allow their outward appearance reflect the gender they identify with. You should never have to feel uncomfortable with who you are and what you look like. For those in transition, from male to female or female to male, you may be looking to start with a non-surgical enhancement before proceeding with more invasive options. Your physical transformation can be gradual while still getting the results that can help you feel more aligned with who you are. Cosmetic injectables, neuromodulators and hair restoration can be a safe and natural looking treatment option to start with. Here are a variety of non-invasive cosmetic treatments that can enhance both masculine and feminine features.

Apr 30

What causes skin laxity and how to treat it

April 30th, 2018|

As we age, skin laxity will be something that we all encounter. Collagen production naturally slows down over time and the elastin in our skin decreases. When our body begins to decrease in collagen and elastin production, we begin to notice skin laxity. You may begin to notice fine lines, wrinkles, loose skin and cellulite as a result of this.

The onset of these changes depend on a variety of factors. Diet, significant weight loss or gain, genetics, how often you are in the sun and water consumption can all play a part in when these changes happen […]

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