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Non-Surgical Procedures are Now Available at a Discount at Strax Rejuvenation
Date:6/24/2013

e summer special and Strax's commitment to providing a variety of non-surgical procedures is perfect; a recent news article discussed a connection between the popularity of social media websites and an increased desire for people to spruce up their appearance. As the article explains, some people are so unhappy with the photos that appear on their social media profiles, they are turning to plastic surgery to help improve the way they look. Rather than go to such extremes, Ana and the rest of the team at Strax will work with patients to help improve their appearance for a fraction of the cost of plastic surgery.

For example, the Vi Peel is a painless procedure that has been very popular with patients at Strax for its ability to give them beautiful and younger looking skin in a matter of days.

"A single Vi Peel will achieve significant repair and add a healthy glow to the skin," an article on the Strax Rejuvenation website noted, adding that it is a true, restorative and painless repair of damaged skin including sun damage and acne.

"Best of all, it is a true aging preventive for younger skin with no visible damage."

Anybody who would like to learn more about the variety of non-surgical procedures that are currently available at Strax Rejuvenation may visit the center's user-friendly website at any time; there, they can read more about the summer specials, as well as how they can improve their overall appearance in a short amount of time, and for a relatively small amount of money.

About Strax Rejuvenation:

Since 2004, Strax Rejuvenation is widely recognized as one of the nation's leading plastic surgery and wellness centers. Strax Rejuvenation has successfully performed over 40,000 procedures. To ensure patient safety and care, all surgeons that are permitted to perform surgeries on the wellness center's
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