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Kelly Royer RN provides a relaxing SkinCeuticals facial to Hilary Kent for the holidays.

Georgia Coast Surgical & Med Spa is continuing to improve and expand its line of non-surgical aesthetic services which deliver striking effects in easy steps.

Tighten! The Med Spa is very proud to offer the one of a kind Exilis Ultra device. The Exilis treatment makes the patient’s body rebuild collagen and elastin which has been lost through aging while actually tightening the skin in the treated area at the same time. This unique technology can treat and tighten the face, neck, decollete, and hands without injections or downtime.

Shape! The Med Spa is delighted to offer the professional services of Amber Casselbury of Berbury Brows. Amber is a certified and experienced microblader. Microblading is a process where a semi-permanent pigment is used to define the natural shape of the eyebrow creating a more symmetrical and youthful appearance. The initial treatment takes about two hours and there is a touch up treatment a few weeks later. The patient will wake up every morning with perfect eyebrows and the treatment can last as long as three years. Amber’s exceptionally high quality work can be seen on Facebook at Georgia Coast Surgical & Med Spa.

Soften! Crow’s feet? Frown lines? The Med Spa can help with that. Patients frequently ask about Botox injections; Botox is a neuromodulator that blocks signals to muscles so that those muscles won’t contract as strongly and cause further skin wrinkling for several months. For the best outcome, combine the Exilis Ultra and Botox treatments. The combination will provide even better results than individual techniques alone.

Protect your investment! Schedule your SkinCeutical chemical peel and Dermablading appointments with Kelly Royer, RN, BSN to keep your face glowing and bright for the holidays. SkinCeutical products are our top choice for skin care. This line of product is one step below prescription skin care, is only offered through a physician’s office and is the number one medically dispensed brand in the world for the last two years. As we age free radicals form (which causes an “old” looking face) and we also lose hyaluronic acid, the chemical that helps keep our skin hydrated and appearing youthful. A chemical peel and SkinCeutical products can address both of these issues. She will also be treating spider veins.

Put your best face forward! Your face is the first thing people see. Imagine how good you will look with our procedures:

• Exilis Ultra will help your skin form collagen and elastin to help tighten skin.

• Microblading can give you perfect eyebrows.

• Botox will prevent your muscles from working overtime to wrinkle your skin.

• Dermablading will remove fine facial hair and dead skin.

• Peels and SkinCeutical products will help you to fight off free radicals and increase your production of hyaluronic acid to give your skin a more youthful appearance.

Beyond the face, the Med Spa also offers the non invasive fat killing technologies of Coolsculpting and Vanquish which are enhanced by our Cellutone device. Our EMSella chair is FDA approved for the non-invasive treatment of female urinary incontinence and is the first device of its kind in Georgia. Dr. Kent continues to provide help to obese patients by implanting lap bands and offering an energy product that can help patients to wean themselves off of carbohydrates to further enhance weight loss.

Call Georgia Coast Surgical & Med Spa at 912-264-9724 for your free consultation.

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