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NASSAU, The Bahamas, Dec. 12, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Capping off a successful year of growth and geographic expansion, Steiner Leisure's (Nasdaq:STNR) Ideal Image, a leading specialist in laser hair removal, is now adding Ultherapy®, a non-invasive skin lift and tightening treatment, to its service offerings. This innovative cosmetic procedure will initially be available in 40 Ideal Image centers in the U.S.
Ultherapy is a non-surgical, non-invasive procedure designed to stimulate the body's natural processes to produce more collagen, to lift, tone, and tighten skin on the brow, neck and under the chin, improving an individual's appearance over time.
Ultherapy is well-suited for people who want to reduce fine lines, wrinkles and sagging around the brow and neck and under the chin. Results following treatment can significantly improve one's overall appearance.
"As a trusted provider in laser hair removal services, we are thrilled to expand our array of offerings by adding Ultherapy as a new service available to our current and prospective guests," said Bruce Fabel, President of Ideal Image. "We know the importance of looking and feeling your best in today's modern world, and we are committed to helping people achieve this goal in new and innovative ways, and striving to provide results that stand true to our mission to '
Change Your Life Forever.'"
As with its laser hair removal services, only qualified and trained medical professionals (Registered Nurses, Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners) will administer Ultherapy treatments, aiming to ensure the safety and comfort of each guest.
In line with its continued national expansion, and recent expansion into Canada this month, Ideal Image now has 124 centers in 31 states across the U.S. and one location in Canada.
Ideal Image was recently featured for a second time on Lifetime Television's "The Balancing Act," as part of the show's Mission Makeover health and wellness series. Here, women received custom consultations for their individual hair and skin types and were treated to the latest procedures in laser hair removal.