Fight aging with The Coliseum MediSpa

Look and feel great with The Coliseum MediSpa's approach to anti-aging and healthy skin. The following is a sponsored article provided by The Coliseum MediSpa.

Images courtesy of The Coliseum MediSpa
Nestled in the heart of West Vancouver, The Coliseum MediSpa overlooks the Ambleside Waterfront. Headed by Dr. Jonas LaForge, our approach to anti-aging and healthy skin is our commitment to enhance our clients' lives, improving both their health and well-being with education, balance, science and technology.

Popular services at The Coliseum MediSpa:


Dermal Fillers and Line Smoothing with Dr. LaForge

Dr. LaForge uses soft tissue fillers to plump up the skins structure restoring a smooth, youthful appearance. Facial Line Fillers are used to correct deep folds, contour the face, reduce wrinkles and provide lip sculpting. Fillers are used to safely restore volume to the face and lips with a natural substance. The results are a healthy and more vitalized appearance. 
 
Botulinum Toxin Therapy is a popular and widely-used approach to treating wrinkles of the forehead, frown lines, laugh lines and crow’s feet without surgery or downtime. Injected in these areas, it creates a natural, invigorated look. Results maybe seen as early as 48 hours post-treatment, although maximum weakening of the muscles may take up to one week. The effects will typically last 3 to 4 months. 
 
Botulinum Toxin Therapy is also used to treat other conditions such as migraines, bruxism and hyperhidrosis.

hCG Medical Weightloss



3 Rounds / 30 pounds

hCG reduces feelings of hunger, allowing you to eat very little comfortably. Hormone deficiency or imbalance is usually part of the reason for weight gain, hCG helps you make more hormones. Only hCG Injections help you. 
 
Drops, pills or sprays do not raise blood levels of hCG. You don’t lose muscle while you diet and your metabolism gets a reset. Your body becomes and efficient fat burner. If your BMI is over 25, call us for more information. Click here for more details.

Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy with Dr. LaForge

Hormones are chemical messengers produced in the body that have specific effects on other cells and organs. Puberty, pregnancy, aging, and a variety of conditions and diseases effect hormone production and use. Examples of a few hormones are thyroid, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA, pregnenolone, melatonin, and growth hormone. Determining which hormones require replacement is first done by saliva testing. Treatment can include the use of naturally derived or bio-identical hormones (non-synthetic), plant hormone precursors, herbs, amino acids, homeopathic medicine or some combination of the above. Natural hormones are those chemicals that are derived from yam, soybean, or other plants, and are close duplicates of the hormones the body produces. They tend to have fewer side effects then do synthetic hormones. Many menstrual, menopausal, aging, musculoskeletal and mental health disorders benefit from natural hormone treatment.
 

EndermologieTM Lipomassage Cellulite Treatment


Lipomassage smoothes, tightens, and tones your skin while reshaping and contouring your problem areas.
  • Smooth Cellulite
  • Reduce stretch marks and scars
  • Increases blood and lymphatic circulation
  • Improves lymphatic drainage
  • Increases fat burning
  • Smoothes and reduces cellulite
  • +70 per cent activation of lipolysis (elimination of fat)
  • +240 per cent activation of collagen production (re-densification of the skin)
  • +160 per cent activation of elastin production
  • Reduces fat cells
Cellulite is a difficult problem, which must be taken care of from the subcutaneous fat layer, which acts on fluid retention. Diet and exercise do affect deep fat, but not the superficial cellulite layer of your skin.

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