Has Nicole Scherzinger Found A True Fountain Of Youth?

Brand Voice
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Over the years, singer, dancer, and television personality Nicole Scherzinger has received plenty of praise for her youthful appearance. Even as she sits in her early 40s, she has the ability to look much younger without having to rely on tons of makeup. Finally, she has let some know a little bit more about a few of her secrets.

On Instagram, Nicole said “Thank you to my amazing dermatologist @simonourianmd1 Tried #coolaser facial and I loved it! It’s got my skin tight like a , minimizing pores, blemishes, and giving her that healthy glow

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One of her go-to options to help with turning back the clock is visiting one of the most well-known cosmetic dermatology experts in Southern California. Dr. Simon Ourian has helped many people with their overall skin appearance, and he is most known for his Coolaser treatment.

What makes this procedure different from other options out there? For starters, it is something that Dr. Ourian only provides at Epione Beverly Hills location. He developed the resurfacing technique himself, and he helps people through the easy process so that they are looking their best after just one session.

The procedure works with a cool type of laser that is fast and effective. People are in and out of his practice, feeling better instantaneously. It gives people of all ages an extra bit of confidence to know that they can go without makeup and still have an envious look.

She is just one of several celebrities who have used Ourian in the past. Kim Kardashian is another major client of Ourian, and she raves about her skin after the fact as well. It also works as more than a purely cosmetic treatment, as it helps to treat melasma in some cases.

To learn more about the Coolaser technique, or any other services offered by Dr. Simon Ourian, visit his website at www.epionebh.com. He provides more detail for those who are considering a step back in a time machine with a simple skin procedure.

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