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Rejuvenate Your Face with Non-Invasive Treatments from We Know Beauty

Botox treatments and facial fillers are offered at the We Know Beauty clinics throughout Southern California

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- We Know Beauty, the Los Angeles-based network of leading plastic surgeons, provides a full range of aesthetic and reconstructive services, including breast augmentation, tummy tuck, buttock enhancement, revision rhinoplasty, and lipsuction, to name a few. The medical group is currently comprised of six prestigious, extensively educated plastic surgeons. Each physician's focus is in different areas of cosmetic surgery. Dr. Andrew Cohen, for example, specializes in facelift, eyelid surgery, breast augmentation, and abdominal contouring. The surgeons' varying expertise enables We Know Beauty to offer an array of topnotch beautification services, such as plastic surgery after pregnancy.

In addition to the plastic surgery procedures like the mommy makeover, We Know Beauty is happy to present non-invasive, natural facelift treatments to the greater Los Angeles area. The best botox and facial fillers are available to our clients for complete rejuvenation of the face. Many men and women start to struggle with wrinkles and other skin problems in their 20s and 30s. Californians spend their recreational time outdoors, and as a result, the skin comes in contact with harmful UV rays. Consistent bad habits and stress leads to creases, uneven tone, blotches and other skin issues. However, a standard facelift surgery is not always necessary to correct these problems. We Know Beauty offers non-surgical treatments, sometimes referred to as the lunchtime facelift, to rid the face of these often small, yet troublesome imperfections.

Botox, administered by the We Know Beauty doctors or nurses at one of the clinics, will eliminate the patient's frown lines for up to four months. The session is conducted in a matter of minutes, allowing the client to complete the medical visit during his or her lunch break. Daily tasks may be resumed immediately following the botox treatment. Botox effectively treats the wrinkles of the forehead, between the brows, and the marionette or smile lines around the mouth.

A We Know Beauty professional may also suggest a non-invasive facelift comprised of both botox treatment and facial filler. The FDA-approved injectable fillers utilized by We Know Beauty, such as Restylane, Juvederm, and Radiesse, last for varying amounts of time. Radiesse smooths and plumps the face, eliminating lines around the lips and eyes for up to two years. The medical staff of We Know Beauty adjusts filler levels for the most natural effects. When the prescribed facial filler is administered following botox injection, the benefits of the filler may last longer.

During consultation, We Know Beauty recommends the proper course of action for each client. The patient can always trust that the treatment plan is based on a proper assessment of the person's skin. Particular methods are suggested for the very best results. We Know Beauty's non-surgical facelift is offered at the offices of our plastic surgeons located throughout Southern California, including Beverly Hills, Pasadena, Encino, Inland Empire, Thousand Oaks, Valencia and San Bernardino.

For more information regarding We Know Beauty and to schedule a complimentary consultation for non-invasive facelift or a surgical procedure, visit www.weknowbeauty.com or contact the group directly at 800-832-0510.

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