Zit Zap Program Can Prevent Wedding Day Blemishes
February 03, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle NewsJanuary marks the official beginning of the wedding planning season. Brides everywhere will prepare for their nuptials as though they were conducting a world-class symphony. Every minute of the day will be planned to the second. But many betrothed beauties don’t prepare for the one thing that could cast a shadow on their important day … a last-minute blemish.
The stress of wedding planning can easily cause breakouts. It happens often and creates problems for beaming brides nationwide. A simple solution exists yet, oddly few skin care providers promote it. Dr. Mark and Dr. Elizabeth Hagberg, owners of the Skin Rejuvenation Clinic, P.A. in Edina, MN are two physicians who want to get the word out regarding their exciting “zit zap” program. The zit zap is an enhanced cortisone injection. These minor injections can significantly improve, and sometimes eliminate blemishes in 24-48 hrs. The injection is safe, effective and can save the day for many people anxiously awaiting their walk down the aisle.
“Some of our clients say the stress obtained from worrying about breakouts on important occasions is the very stress that leads to breakouts.” Dr. Elizabeth said. “It’s important to understand that there are last-minute fixes for certain types of acne. Our zit zap injection is typically most effective on pimples that are in the early stages of development but we encourage clients to come in for a complimentary consultation so we can determine whether or not the injection will be successful.” Dr. Mark added that the treatment is not painful and takes just a second to perform. “The results are impressive,” he said. “It’s amazing how such a minor procedure can create such a dramatic reaction from a client… in many cases, this injection saves the day.”
Elizabeth Hagberg M.D. graduated from the University of Minnesota with an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry and a degree in Medicine. She is board-certified through the American Academy of Family Practice. Dr. Elizabeth has had a long-time interest in Dermatology and has continued her education in the field of cosmetic skin care.
Mark K. Hagberg M.D. received his undergraduate degree from Concordia College and his medical diploma from the University of Minnesota Medical School. He is also board-certified through the American Board of Family Practice and is a member of the American Academy of Family Practice. Throughout his medical career he has derived great satisfaction treating many dermatological diseases and conditions. Dr. Hagberg has continued his education in cosmetic skin care.
The Skin Rejuvenation Clinic, located at 6525 Southdale Medical Center in Edina, MN, has been featured in Cosmetic Beauty Magazine and Minnesota Monthly. Call (952) 920-6545 or visit www.skinrejuvenationclinic.net.