Treatment for Tired Looking Eyes & Crows Feet

Treatment for Tired Looking Eyes & Crows Feet, botox, pollogen radiofrequency skin tightening

New at Ali'i Nani! Do you always look tired and haggard even if you're not? Do you have crows feet? Our Eye Rejuvenation Package can help minimize fine lines around the eyes as well as give you a fresh rejuvenated look. Call our clinic to schedule your complimentary consultation or book online

Intense Pulse Light Hair Removal for Underarm

Have you been shaving or waxing your underarm? Have you thought of getting your hairs reduced and eventually removed permanently? Dr. Reed and Aesthetic Nurse Specialist showed IPL (intense pulse light) procedure last Tuesday night on Livin'Hawaii at KFVE (channel 5). IPL works by destroying hair follicles. It targets the pigment of hair follicles so the darker your hair, the better outcome. If you haven't done a procedure like this before, you will start with 3-4 treatments, spaced out 30 days apart with very few maintenance thereafter depending on the thickness of your hair. You will notice that in time, the hair growth is slower and much thinner. To schedule your appointment, please book online or call (808) 674-4300

Botox On The Bunny Lines

Did you catch Dr. Graeme Reed and Aesthetic Nurse Specialist Marie at the premiere episode of Livin' Hawaii last Tuesday May 2nd? Hosted by Ms. Hawaii 2013 Crystal Montrone, the segment showed Dr. Reed injecting few units of Botox on the bunny lines. Bunny lines are expression lines so if you crinkle up your nose by habit, wrinkles can eventually develop. Botox is a neuromodulator that can help with bunny lines, along with other areas such as forehead, in between the brows or around the eyes. Here are some behind the scene photos from the first episode. We will be on Livin' Hawaii in the entire season 2, every Tuesday nights, 7 pm at KFVE.

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botox bunny lines, botox kapolei, botox hawaii, botox honolulu

botox bunny lines, botox kapolei, botox hawaii, botox honolulu

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Watch Us On Livin'Hawaii at KFVE

We are excited to announce that we are going to be on TV! Watch Dr. Graeme Reed and Aesthetic Nurse Specialist Marie Williams on Livin'Hawaii at KFVE every Tuesday nights at 7:00 pm. Premiere episode on May 2nd! Livin'Hawaii is a top local lifestyle TV show hosted by Ms. 2013 Crystal Montrone. Each week, we are going to show you the various aesthetic procedures we perform at our Kapolei clinic. Can you guess what we are doing on the first episode? here's the teaser, enjoy!

Ablative versus Non-ablative Laser Skin Resurfacing

laser skin resurfacing, ablative versus non-ablative laser

Laser technology for skin resurfacing has come a long way. Performed correctly under experienced hands, it is the best beauty investment you can ever have. There are two types of laser: ablative and non-ablative. It is not a question whether which one is better because it all depends on the patient's expected or realistic outcome alongside the nature of the problem: acne scars, surgical scars, wrinkles, stretch marks, sun damage, among others. Oftentimes laser is combined with other procedures depending on the severity of skin issues. 

Ablative (CO2, Erbium) vaporize the top layer of the skin which triggers the skin to restructure and produce collagen. It is the gold standard in skin resurfacing and does a fantastic job even with one treatment but because it is more invasive, there is significant social downtime involved (several weeks to months), it's the storm before the calm.

Non-ablative (fractional) delivers heat to the dermis without affecting the top layer. This action also stimulates collagen and elastin restructuring. Because it is less aggressive, more treatments are needed to achieve desired goal. 

The cost of laser skin resurfacing depends on the area being treated and the number of treatments required. The energy setting is programmed to your skin type (lightest to darkest using Fitzpatrick skin typing). In general, only a doctor, registered nurse, physian assistant ot nurse practitioner can operate laser. 

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