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5 Cosmetic Treatments to Ease Your Holiday Stress

woman stressed at holidays

The holidays are a time to spend with your family and friends, probably indulging in rich food and drink and generally having fun. However, the run-up to the celebrations can be less enjoyable, so you’re not alone if you start finding your preparation a little stressful. When you want to look your best for those big events, it may be a good idea to plan some cosmetic treatments to give you a boost before the holidays.

1. miraDry®

We’ve all been there – spent an ages shopping for the perfect party outfit, only to become super-conscious of stress showing itself in the form of underarm sweat stains. Of course, it’s totally natural to sweat when you’re under pressure, but who wants the visible evidence showing up on that fabulous new dress? miraDry is an FDA-cleared cosmetic treatment for sweat and odor glands, which could help you avoid sweating the small (or big) stuff.

2. Laser Hair Removal

Underarm sweating isn’t the only unsightly issue cosmetic treatments could combat as you prepare for the holidays. If you’re bored by the seemingly endless waxing, shaving, plucking and otherwise removing body hair, laser hair removal may be an option. Commonly used on the face, back, legs, underarms and bikini line, this may be the key to lasting hair removal. An initial consultation with a board-certified cosmetic surgeon’s clinic should be your first step towards becoming more hair-free in time for the holiday season. The good news is, while your cosmetic surgeon’s clinic will need to assess your individual eligibility, laser hair removal may be suitable for all skin and hair types, other than very fair blond.

3. BOTOX® Cosmetic

You may know that your holiday preparation is stressing you out, but why should it be immediately obvious to everyone else? No matter how excellent you are at maintaining an outwardly-calm air, dynamic wrinkles on your forehead may give the game away. Rather than displaying your stress on your face, why not speak to a board-certified cosmetic surgeon’s clinic about the potential benefits of BOTOX? This quick, non-surgical cosmetic treatment could reduce the appearance of crow’s feet and forehead line.

Why settle for sweating, body hair or worrying about wrinkles when a visit to your cosmetic surgeon could help you look fantastic in time for the holidays?

4. Dermal Fillers

Although you can’t stop yourself from getting older, a board-certified cosmetic surgeon’s clinic could make it possible to reduce the visible effects of aging. Don’t simply accept those laugh lines, marionette lines or lack of volume in your face, particularly if you’re feeling self-conscious in the run up to the holidays. Dermal fillers are non-surgical, quick and could be used to remedy quite a few of those unwelcome signs of aging. Speak to your board-certified cosmetic surgeon’s clinic to find out if you could gain a youthful glow without facial plastic surgery.

5. CoolSculpting®

Maybe your cosmetic treatment wish list for the holidays doesn’t relate to premature aging or unwanted body hair. When even working incredibly hard at the gym and strictly following a healthy diet hasn’t quite achieved the results you were hoping for, a visit to a reputable med spa may help add those finishing touches. CoolSculpting® is non-surgical, meaning minimal downtime, and an FDA-approved way to take on those stubborn fat cells. Your board-certified cosmetic surgeon will discuss your personal treatment plan during your consultation but, in general terms, the procedure involves using specially-developed applicators to freeze fat cells, which are then naturally expelled by your body.


5 Cosmetic Treatments to Ease Your Holiday Stress
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5 Cosmetic Treatments to Ease Your Holiday Stress
Planning some cosmetic treatments as you get ready for the holidays? Dr. James Koehler of Fairhope, Alabama, outlines 5 which may help ease your stress.
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