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May 2017 Newsletter

May 1st, 2017 Share

We’re thrilled to introduce Gabriela Madrid, Senior Medical Esthetician to our Visage Clinic team. Gabriela joins us as one of Toronto’s top skincare and laser estheticians with over 20 years of experience. She is passionate about staying at the forefront of laser and skin care technology and provides patients with compassionate, safe, and meticulous care.

To welcome Gabriela to our practice, we’re giving away 1 free Oxygen Facial! The OxyGeneo® treatment nourishes and hydrates skin, reduces fine lines, and exfoliates for a radiant glow. Learn all about it in our Facebook post and enter to win here!

Have you caught up with my blog? One of my latest posts discusses facial contouring and removal of the buccal fat pad – a fat deposit that creates a rounder face and more “chubby” appearance. By removing this fat pad, a slimmer, more harmonious facial shape can be created. Details on the fat pad of Bichat are on my blog.

One of the best keys to preventing signs of aging and skin damage is by wearing an effective, high-quality sunscreen ever day. We love Revision’s Intellishade® Original, a top pick from Gabriela, now offered at our practice. This SPF 45 moisturizing sunblock is available in 2 formulas: original radiant for a more hydrated, dewy complexion, and the matte finish, great for oily, breakout prone skins or skins preferring a matte complexion.

Intellishade original helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, while providing broad-spectrum UVA and UVB protection.

Intellishade Matte formula provides a lightweight matte finish and contains ingredients which have been shown to reduce the appearance of pore size and also aids in the absorption of excess oil, both formulas will also aid in fighting photo-damage and premature aging. Get in touch with Gabriela to schedule a skin care consultation or treatment.

Dr. DuPéré has recently returned from a trip to Vienna, Austria, where he took a course presented by the Museum of Fine Arts on bust and facial sculpting with clay. As he has often discussed in blog posts and videos, plastic surgery requires a keen eye for balance, symmetry, and accentuation in certain facial features, much like that of an artist. More detail on the art of facial sculpting is shared in these blog posts:

1. Why Add a Chin Implant to a Facelift?

2. Lip Enhancement Options: From the Bullhorn to the Mona Lisa