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Tammy Napoli Announces Botox and Laser Treatments in Austin

Those who are interested in connecting with the spa can follow Tammy Napoli’s Instagram page for regular updates on new services and to connect with others who visit the Austin based spa. Napoli states that the company regularly updates their Facebook page with information about treatments as well as before and after images that let potential clients know what they can expect when undergoing these treatments.

“Botox is great for filling in fine lines and wrinkles and generally making the skin feel smoother and look younger,” says Napoli. “We also have a wide number of laser treatments that can target and define the entire body. Summer is quickly approaching so now is the time to get that body that one has been working for all winter long. We can sculpt and define any part of the body, making our clients bikini ready in just a session or two.”

Napoli says that while Botox is often chosen as an anti-aging treatment, clients should also familiarize themselves with BBL or Broadband Light Based Treatments. She states that these treatments are the most precise of any age-related skin conditions, including sun damage. This laser based treatment can help to firm the skin and remove sun spots and other blemishes.

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