It’s April…early spring is here.  Gone are the winter coats and turtleneck sweaters.  Uh oh, were you enjoying hiding under those turtlenecks?

You don’t need to hide under turtleneck sweaters if you are unhappy with the lose skin around your face and neck. Try FDA-cleared Ultherapy. Simply put, this process uses time-tested ultrasound energy to lift and tighten the skin naturally—without surgery or downtime. It treats the deep layers of skin tissue without disturbing the surface of the skin.

Ultherapy is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that uses focused ultrasound to stimulate the formation of new collagen deep below the skin’s surface on your brow, neck, chest, and chin. No needles are used, and no toxins are used. The surface of the skin is bypassed, delivering energy at the right depths.

Your practitioner can actually visualize the layers of the skin to ensure precise treatment. It improves lines and wrinkles and lifts the skin as if you had a face lift. The procedure takes about 30 to 90 minutes, depending on the area treated. There is no recuperation period or downtime afterward, you go about your usual life. Your skin might appear flushed at first, but this should disappear within a few hours.

It also is the only procedure to use ultrasound imaging, which allows practitioners to actually see the layers of tissue targeted during the treatment, and ensure the energy is deposited precisely to where it will be most beneficial. Ultrasound has been used safely in the medical field for over 50 years.

Many people see results in just one treatment. The production of new collagen takes time, so results can become more apparent over two to three months, even up to six months.

If you have loose skin under the neck and chin, or lines and wrinkles on the chest, you might be a perfect candidate. Dr. Verma will give you her assessment upon your consultation as to what benefits you may personally see. The natural aging process varies from person to person, this will dictate how long your visible results will last. Future touch-up treatments can help provide more control over the aging process.

Ultherapy is currently being used in more than 60 countries, with over 1 million treatments performed globally.

Not all practitioners are created equal. Dr. Anjali Verma, MD, Medical Director of La Fleur Medi Spa, and her highly trained staff welcome you to our state-of-the-art facility and are available to answer any and all questions. Dr. Verma has been in private medical practice since 1988, with certifications in cosmetic laser injectables, PRP Facial Therapy, Coolsculpting and Ultherapy Treatments. She is a Member of the American Medical Spa Association and The American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine.

CoolSculpting – Science that Looks Good, Too.

If you could wear anything you want what would it be? For some people, they believe that no matter what they do, their bodies will never look good in a body shaping dress or a pair of shorts and a tank top. But now there is a way to reduce the bulges and sculpt your body without surgery, needles and downtime.

With CoolSculpting, treated fat cells are eliminated for good. That is why Dr. Anjali Verma, M.D., Owner and Medical Director of La Fleur Medispa and Aesthetics chose to offer CoolSculpting Treatments to her clients.

Dr. Verma is thrilled to see so many clients interested in this effective procedure. “CoolSculpting is all about fat cell destruction” she explains, “It is a non-invasive body sculpting procedure which uses cryolipolysis to reduce fat cells by up to 20% with no downtime.” Dr. Verma adds, “The CoolSculpting procedure is very effective and safe.” CoolSculpting is the world’s #1 non-invasive fat reduction procedure. Millions of treatments have been performed worldwide.

This FDA-cleared procedure works by delivering controlled cooling to gently and effectively target the fat cells underneath the skin while leaving the skin itself unaffected.  The treated fat cells are crystallized (frozen), then die. Over time your body naturally processes the fat and eliminates these dead cells, leaving a more sculpted you. Dr. Verma is proud to say, “The majority of our clients are satisfied and happy with their results.”


La Fleur MediSpa – awarded the Club 500 Award for CoolSculpting procedures in 2019


At your complimentary consultation at La Fleur MediSpa, you will meet with the Doctor and the CoolSculpting Specialist, Stephanie Zelaya, who has attended the CoolSculpting University and is CoolSculpting Certified. Stephanie is also a Medical Assistant and performs the CoolSculpting procedure under Dr. Verma’s guidance. “Stephanie has very good feedback from the clients. Her treatments and her assessments are very accurate,” says Dr. Verma. During your consultation Stephanie will create a customized treatment plan with you that’s tailored to your body, your goals and your budget.

“Most people are candidates. But CoolSculpting is not for those individuals with visceral fat,” Dr. Verma adds, “CoolSculpting is not for weight loss, but more for body contouring.”

CoolSculpting can target stubborn fat in the abdomen, thigh, flank (side), under your chin, around your bra, back and underneath the buttocks (banana roll). After treatment, targeted fat cells are eliminated for good.

La Fleur MediSpa has been awarded the Club 500 Award for CoolSculpting procedures in 2019.

Blog by TaraJean McDonald


What is Exfoliation and Why is It Important?

What is Exfoliation and Why is It Important?


There are two main categories of exfoliation: Chemical and physical..

Exfoliation has the ability to make immediate remarkable changes to your skin. The protective outer layer of your skin is called the stratum corneum which is made up of dead skin cells. These skin cells are typically replaced every 28 days however this process can slow down due to aging, hormones, dietary disruptions, and a change in weather causing clogged pores, breakouts, rough dry dull skin and wrinkles! You can prevent these issues by exfoliating your skin! Today we will be discussing chemical exfoliation

Chemical exfoliation involves applying a product that breaks down dead skin layers so they can come off more easily. Currently the most common chemical exfoliant are alpha, beta, and poly hydroxy acids., as well as retinoic acid and enzymes. There are both at home products as well as in office procedures that can be applied to help you to reach your skin care goals.

One of the most common in office procedure to do this is are chemical peel treatments. When administered properly these treatments can provide a powerful noninvasive improvement to your skin. Chemical peels remove cellular build up, stimulate skin regeneration, reduce wrinkles and fine lines, decreased large pores and oiliness , and soften texture. Peel treatments are also an effective antidote to acne, hyper pigmentation, aging, and even rosacea. The thought of applying a chemical to your skin can come with a lot of trepidation. There are a lot of variables that can affect your outcome , such as technique, strength of acid, skin type, and underlying conditions, and how the skin is prepared.

What is the process and how does it work. When highly effective acids are applied to the skin, A controlled injury is created that rapidly increasing cell turnover to reveal healthy, glowing skin. Treatments vary in intensity. Your desired results and your aestheticians analysis of your skin will determine which product is best to use.

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