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Why Laser Hair Removal is a Winter Procedure

Despite winter’s cold, dreary weather, there is one aspect that usually comes as a relief: whether you wax, shave or epilate, you can give your hair removal tools a bit of a break now that shorts season has ended. If you are among those who would rejoice at the prospect of putting down your razorRead More

Grooming Tips After Hair Transplantation

Hair loss can happen to people of all ages and genders due to factors ranging from hormonal imbalances to illness to genetic predisposition. No matter your situation, if your self-confidence and happiness have been affected by bald patches or thinning hair, you may be ready for a hair transplant. At The Maas Clinic, our hairRead More

How to Be Kind to Winter Skin

Your skin needs extra love and attention when the weather turns cold. Dry air means dry skin, and dry skin is more sensitive, prone to redness and irritation and susceptible to lines and wrinkles. In the winter, you’ll need to trade in your lightweight summer serums for richer moisturizers and heavier hydration, and avoid stepsRead More

The Ultimate Winter Skin Care Guide

At The Maas Clinic, we follow a simple principle that skin care at any time of the year consists of four steps: cleansing and exfoliation, treatment, hydration and protection. These steps can and often should be given different priority during different seasons — your products and routine should change depending on your skin’s needs basedRead More

CoolSculpting vs. Liposuction

Excess body fat can cause plenty of frustration, especially when it does not respond to diet and exercise. You might be considering a cosmetic procedure to put the final touches on your body’s natural contour, but with the options available, it can be difficult to decide which method of treatment is right for you. TwoRead More

BOTOX®: Your New Best Friend

Botulinium toxin is one of the most popular injectable treatments for cosmetic enhancement, and although it has several aesthetic benefits, it also contains many medical applications depending on the formulation you receive. BOTOX® works by suppressing the transmission of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter involved in muscle movement. Once BOTOX® takes effect, the muscles are unable toRead More

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