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April Open House!
April Open House! Dr. Kjar & Candessa

Mark your calendars for one of the biggest days of the year: our Spring Open House! Join us on Tuesday April 30th from 10-7 for all day Botox Treatments done by Dr. Kjar and our Nurse Injector (call to pre-book your appointment). We will also have demonstrations and education on Jane Iredale Spring Makeup, giveaways, specials on treatments and products, and more!

April Specials
April Specials Dr. Kjar & Candessa


Is A Lash Serum Right For Me?
Is A Lash Serum Right For Me? Dr. Kjar & Candessa

Lash serums have become a staple in the beauty industry the last few years. Longer, fuller lashes are in, but what is the best way for you to achieve them? Lash serums are an awesome and natural option and is often more cost effective. But which lash serum is right for you? Here are a few tips to consider when choosing the best lash serum for you.
What is a lash serum?
Lash serums are meant to promote healthy and expedited lash growth. It gives your lashes the boost they need to grow longer, thicker and more beautiful than ever. Whether you already have long lashes, but would like more fullness, or you have very short and fine lashes. A lash serum will work for just about everyone! Our office carries both Latisse and Revitalash.
Which serum is right for me? 
While our social media timelines are often full of lash growth serum before and after photos, there are a few ingredients to consider before investing into an over the counter lash serum. Many over the counter serums are pumped full of vitamins and amino acids, which will aid in healthy lash growth, but they do not actually contain the key ingredients that stimulate growth and thicker lashes. Both Latisse and Revitalash contain these prostaglandin analog ingredients that stimulate the lash growth and thickness.
Latisse contains an ingredient called bimatoprost, and is currently the only FDA approved lash serum on the market. Latisse is prescription only, so it must be purchased inside a physician’s office. The reason why Revitalash is still placed in the same category as Latisse is that it used to contain bimatoprost as well. After a legal battle between the two lash serums, Revitalash now contains latanoprost, which is still an ingredient that will stimulate new growth, but is considered to be not quite as strong as bimatoprost.
Dr. Kjar and our aesthetician’s will typically suggest that a patient start with Latisse, and once their bottle is finished, to maintain with Revitalash. Reason being, Latisse is definitely a bit faster to see results. But it is not for everyone. With the formula being a bit stronger than Revitalash, some people with sensitive skin or eyes will notice some dryness or irritation. In that case, you are perfectly fine to start with Revitalash and stick with it! Both lash serums yield fantastic results, but it honestly comes down to personal preference and tolerance to each formula. Give each lash serum 5-8 weeks to see results.
Are lash serums safe to use with lash extensions? 
To answer this question, we reached out to one of our local lash artists, Jenny LeBlanc of LeBlanc Artistry. Jenny explained that using a lash serum in conjunction with lash extensions is a great idea! Reason being, the more lashes you have, the more lashes she has to add an extension to. Giving you fuller looking lashes. The lash serum will also promote the health of the lashes which can sometimes be slightly compromised by lash extensions. So the answer is, yes! You will only see positive results by combining the two.
Ready to try a lash serum for yourself? Great! You’re in luck! This month (March of 2019) save 15% on either Revitalash or Latisse! Already have gorgeous long lashes from one of these lash serums? Then give your lashes some curve appeal and get a FREE lash tint when you have a lash lift done this month! Enjoy!

Breast Implant Options
Breast Implant Options Dr. Kjar & Candessa

It’s important to us for you to feel educated about your decision to undergo a Breast Augmentation. Dr. Kjar feels strongly that his patients know what to expect, are happy with their decision, and procedure results. That is why he put together this video talking about the implants, what they are made of, and giving an up-close look inside a silicone implant.
 

 
If you have any questions about an augmentation procedure, contact our office and our patient coordinators can get you set up for a consult with Dr. Kjar.

March Specials
March Specials Dr. Kjar & Candessa

February Specials
February Specials Dr. Kjar & Candessa

It’s FEBRUARY and we are so excited about our specials this month! Whether you want to improve wrinkles with botox and laser treatments or give your lips a luscious PLUMP we have you covered. Now get GLOWING!

*all specials listed expire on February 28th.

January Specials!
January Specials! Dr. Kjar & Candessa

Start the New Year off RIGHT and make your skin and health a priority!

December Specials
December Specials Dr. Kjar & Candessa

The perfect options for you to get that great gift!

Black Friday Week!
Black Friday Week! Dr. Kjar & Candessa

We hope you enjoy our Black Friday WEEK!
All specials must be purchased in office or over the phone.
ENJOY!!! 

All About Hands
All About Hands 150 150 Dr. Kjar & Candessa

With new tools, improvements in technique and consumer confidence in dermal fillers are fueling the popularity of hand rejuvenation treatments. Sun-mottled, wrinkled, veiny hands shout one’s true age despite how young the face might look. Surgical hand-lifts are not an option, but aesthetic practitioners can subtly hide telltale signs of hand aging with a range of products and procedures.
Two main factors have led to an increase in patients requesting hand rejuvenation. First, patients are now familiar with devices and fillers for the face and feel comfortable and confident with them. Secondly, a plethora of new types of treatments can quickly, safely and effectively restore volume, smoothness and softness in the hands. Chemical peels, intense pulsed light (IPL) and laser therapies can improve sun damage and uneven skin tone, while dermal fillers can help remedy soft tissue loss.
Many of the dermal fillers routinely used in the face are also effective for hands, but currently only two product have FDA approval specifically for hands. The first, Radiesse, a calcium hydroxyapatite dermal filler, was approved in June 2015 to treat volume loss in the hands. The second, Restalyne Lyft (our office carries), became the first hyaluronic acid filler to gain FDA approval for hand rejuvenation in May 2018.
Typical hand rejuvenation patients are those who have successfully received filler for facial concerns and want to similarly improve the appearance of volume loss in their hands. Hands start to lose volume due to fat atrophy around age 40, leading to thinning skin, fine lines, and bulging veins. As one of the most exposed-to-the-elements body parts, hands are more likely to have photo damage.
For pigmentation complaints, our office recommends topical tretinoin, chemical peels, or foto-facials. For volume loss and general skin aging, we would suggest dermal fillers. This month, we are rolling out a new package. The Youthful Hands Package includes your dermal filler treatment, two photo rejuvenation treatments for pigmentation on the hands, and includes a FREE medical grade skin tightening and toning hand cream to help ensure a beautiful result for months to come! Schedule a consultation with Dr. Kjar to see if you are a candidate!