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Don’t Let Sweat Be the Highlight of Your Summer

If you’re someone who sweats a lot, summer can mean lots of antiperspirant, embarrassing wet marks, and an overall focus on sweating instead of the fun of summer. Don’t let sweat be the highlight of the season – stop sweating once and for all with miraDry!

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The Best Treatments for Acne Scars

At Medical Cosmetics, we know that acne scars can be frustrating and can decrease your self-image and that is the last thing we want! That’s why we offer several different procedures that are designed to target acne scars and reduce their appearance to leave you with smooth, beautiful, confidence-boosting skin. Here are our Lancaster aesthestics company’s most popular.

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15 Unexpected Things That Damage Your Skin

We all lead busy lives and along the way, we make mistakes like eating too much sugar or forgetting to put sunscreen on; while some things are known for damaging your skin, others are more surprising. Here are 15 unexpected things that damage your skin, from our Lancaster aesthetics company.

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SculpSure vs. Liposuction

If you’re considering a fat reduction treatment from a professional aesthetics company, the options can be overwhelming. At Medical Cosmetics, we offer an FDA-approved procedure called SculpSure that is great for reducing stubborn fat found around flanks and the abdomen. Many compare this procedure to liposuction and we’re here to share some of the differences between the two.

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5 Reasons to Choose Kybella

If you’re unhappy or self-conscious about excess fat underneath your chin, you’re not alone. Many men and women have tried diet and exercise to reduce their “double chin” and while diet and exercise works for some, it doesn’t work for everyone. That’s where Kybella comes in. This procedure can help reduce your submental chin fat for good; here are a few reasons why many of our Lancaster aesthetics patients turn to Kybella.

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