What is Soft Lift™? Soft Lift™ is a combination of BOTOX® and Juvéderm™ injections. By getting both treatments done at the same time, Dr. Rouzati is better able to give you a rejuvenated look – smoothing away lines, restoring lost volume, and enhancing facial contours to create a “makeover” look. You… only younger! At RejuvaMD in […]
Is there a difference between the skin care products you purchase from a pharmacy and the medical grade products you can find at the doctor’s office, also known as “cosmeceuticals”? Cosmeceuticals are products which are a blend of cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. For example, adding vitamin A to a cream will classify it as a cosmeceutical.
Most people aren’t aware that excessive sweating is actually a medical condition called “hyperhidrosis”, for which treatment is available. If your quality of life is affected due to irregular levels of perspiration in your underarms or palms, BOTOX® injections could be the perfect solution for you. In 2001, BOTOX® was approved by Health Canada as
At RejuvaMD in Toronto, we’re firm believers in the many benefits of BOTOX®. When performed by a trained, experienced professional such as Dr. Rouzati, BOTOX® injections are one of the simplest and most effective ways to keep your skin looking young and radiant. What’s amazing is that the treatment takes about 15 minutes and requires
Be Migraine-Free This Summer The miraculous effects of Botox now go beyond anti-aging and into the realm of chronic migraine treatment. Migraines can impair the social, personal, and professional lives of sufferers in unimaginable ways. Botox can dramatically reduce migraine pain and let you go back to living comfortably. Although Botox injections cannot cure migraines
Don’t sweat this summer! Botox can now be used effectively and safely to treat one of the most embarrassing and socially debilitating conditions – hyperhidrosis. Better known as excessive sweating, hyperhidrosis has no known cure and cannot be kept under control by conventional antiperspirants. The unpleasant effects of hyperhidrosis can push sufferers into isolation, compromising