Medical Spa Services

Alani’s Safer Tanning Alternatives






In spite of warnings, it’s estimated that 30 million people including more than 2 million teens use indoor tanning – or tanning beds – throughout the year.  But if you’re looking for a golden glow, Gloria Smith at Alani Medical Spa suggests there are safer alternative.



The Skin Cancer Foundation reports that 71% of indoor tanners are females aged 16-29.  And of those, 74% are more likely to develop melanoma than those who have never used a tanning bed.

Need some anti-tanning ammunition for your teen? You can watch this story again and get more information about the tanning alternatives at Alani Medical Spa when you click the Alani icon on our homepage at YourHometownHealth.com.

 

Alani Medical Spa: Botox vs. Fillers – What’s the Difference?

The list of aesthetic trends for the past year has been posted by The International Association For Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine and cosmetic injectables come in at number two on the list.

Industry insiders credit affordability, minimal down time and greater public acceptance as some of the driving forces behind the popularity of products such as Botox and dermafillers.

Do you know the difference and what each is used for?  We talked with Gloria Smith, aestitician at Alani Medical Spa.



Still have questions about cosmetic injectables?  You can consult with Gloria at the Alani Medical Spa offices in The Villages or Clermont.  Click on Alani’s directory page for maps and contact information.