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Non Surgical Facial Treatments For Transgenders

May 18, 2020

Are you a transgender looking to transition? Dermal Fillers is an option for you. For those who don’t want to undergo surgery because it may be too costly, have the option of using dermal fillers. As they can do the same job as surgery by changing the features of the face anyhow you like. As such many people come to med spa in order to achieve facial feminization and masculinization through dermal fillers. FACIAL FEMINIZATION It is easier than ever to make your outer appearance a better reflection of your inner self. Facial feminization procedures have been gaining popularity among men hoping to look more approachable or transition to female, as well as among women hoping to have a more…

Image of a lady after undergoing Kybella treatment, Setiba Aesthetics Group, Blog

Say Goodbye to Stomach Fat with Just an Injection – The Kybella Treatment

January 25, 2018

The Kybella treatment is made up of one powerful injection. As of the moment, it is the only injectable treatment approved by FDA to be used to reduce the fat under the chin, to eliminate what is more commonly known as the “double chin”. However, dermatologists and aestheticians worldwide are slowly recognizing Kybella injections for other uses, not just to eliminate the fat under the chin, but also other parts of the body. Say goodbye to flabby arms, thigh saddlebags, love handles and more. How Does the Kybella Treatment Work? Kybella is actually a component called deoxycholate which is very similar to what our gallbladder produces. This component is made into an injectable form, and, once injected, it begins to…

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