Are you struggling with stubborn pockets of fat in trouble spots such as the abdomen, flanks, or under the arms? At her CoolSculpting clinic in Vancouver, Dr. Kamani works one-in-one with patients looking for a non-surgical, scientifically proven way to reduce pockets of fat.
CoolSculpting is not a weight-loss treatment, but the #1 non-surgical fat reduction treatment used by doctors today. The CoolSculpting procedure is FDA-cleared for the treatment of visible fat bulges in thigh, abdomen, and flank, along with bra fat, back fat, underneath the buttocks (also known as banana roll) and upper arm.read more
Have you noticed a new wrinkle? A dimple? A few crow’s feet? It’s no problem, they give you character. But for those who are less than impressed, it’s nice to know there are options. For patients looking for Botox in Vancouver, Dr. Kamani is experienced at delivering natural, glorious-looking results.
How does Botox Work?
If you’ve ever wondered how Botox erases wrinkles, here’s the scoop. You’ve probably heard that Botox is a toxin. Produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, this substance is naturally found in soil, plants, water, and even animal intestines. When administered in super small doses, like cosmetic Botox, it can be used to treat medical conditions and relax wrinkles, by causing temporary muscle paralysis to the wrinkles and crinkles that form and get more prominent as we age.read more
IPL Treatments in Vancouver
Most people don’t think about sun damage until their thirties. That’s when spotting begins. Especially on fairer skin, the accumulated damage from all those sunburns and blisters can start showing through, changing the complexion with a series of spots. And while some skincare can gradually diminish marks, the go-to treatment for cosmetically reversing the effects of sun damage is Intense Pulse Light (IPL) laser treatment.
IPL Treatment for Sun Damaged Skin
If this is your first-time hearing about IPL laser treatments and light therapy, IPL is an intense, visible, broad-spectrum light that safely heats and treats various skin concerns. Think pigmentation, broken capillaries, brown spots, and melasma. As treatment IPL was first approved by the FDA in the mid-nineties, and it’s been growing in popularity ever since.read more
There are so many incredible beauty treatments on the market right now. For people who want to streamline their routine and save time, techniques like microblading, lash lifts, and injections have become a beauty mainstay, but now we’ve got a new shortcut for skincare!
The latest anti-aging injectable doesn’t smooth skin or fight wrinkles—Volite by Allergan (the maker of Botox) is a long-term hyaluronic acid moisture treatment that can provide up to nine months of dermal hydration. That means you get an instant, radiant glow that lasts for months in just one treatment.read more
Are your lashes falling out or thinning? Latisse could be the solution. As a medically-proven prescription, Latisse works by extending the growth cycle of the eyelash resulting in the long, strong eyelashes that have become a hallmark of the more successful Instagram model.
Originally developed as a glaucoma treatment, optometrists who prescribed Latisse noticed their patients’ eyelashes becoming fuller and darker. After a 300-person trial with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Latisse was rebranded as a prescription to strengthen, lengthen, and regrow eyelashes.read more
Dermal fillers, or facial fillers, can revitalize your face almost magically. For people looking to lift sagging brows, plump up lips, enhance sagging cheeks, or even smooth away laugh lines, dermal fillers provide a non-surgical option for revitalization.
In a little less than an hour, Dr. Rozmin Kamani can strategically administer a treatment of dermal fillers. While some patients may experience a range of temporary side-effects, such as bruising, swelling, or redness—there is little to no downtime. You can continue with your day more or less as normal. Even better, the positive effects of using dermal fillers can last up to a year and a half, depending on the quality of the filler as well as the application.read more