Fix Your Cellulite in Time for Bikini Season with QWO

We may have just wrapped up the holidays, but bikini season will be here before you know it! If cellulite has you thinking twice about throwing on your favorite swimsuit, you may want to consider the remarkable benefits of QWO. As the first FDA-injectable for moderate to severe cellulite in the buttocks, QWO is an innovative solution for your cellulite woes. 

Understanding Cellulite

Cellulite is a product of the body’s attempt to keep skin tissue attached to muscle tissue, despite the accumulation of fat cells between the two layers. Fibrous tissue called septae keeps the skin and muscle attached around the fat deposits, which creates the dimpled appearance known as cellulite.  Continue reading “Fix Your Cellulite in Time for Bikini Season with QWO”

ProNox: The Relief You Need Before Undergoing an Aesthetics Treatment

Minor aesthetic procedures can cause pain, discomfort, and anxiety for many patients. Luckily, Dr. Hermann at Hermann Aesthetics & Wellness is committed to providing a positive experience while undergoing treatment. To achieve this, we’re offering the ProNox system to all of our patients. ProNox can make it pleasant to undergo an aesthetic procedure by helping to ease anxiety and discomfort. 

What is ProNox?

ProNox is a 50/50 mixture of nitrous oxide and oxygen. It’s patient-administered, which makes it stand apart from other pain relief options and gives the patient a feeling of control over the procedure. One of the key benefits of ProNox is that it can disrupt what’s known as the fear-pain cycle. Continue reading “ProNox: The Relief You Need Before Undergoing an Aesthetics Treatment”

Best Treatments to Turn Back the Hands of Time

Aesthetic treatments make it possible to turn back time on your appearance and regain a youthful glow. At Hermann Aesthetics & Wellness, we offer a broad range of advanced treatments that can lift sagging skin, smooth out wrinkles, and give you a more radiant appearance overall. Morpheus8, PDO threads, and FaceTite are among our best treatments for combatting signs of aging.  


Morpheus8 is a revolutionary treatment that combines microneedling and fractionated radiofrequency energy to rejuvenate the skin. Powerful and minimally invasive, Morpheus8 features a matrix of micro pins that administer radiofrequency energy beneath the surface of the skin. This stimulates the body’s natural collagen process to regain firmer, tighter, and healthier-looking skin. Morpheus8 also uses subdermal adipose remodeling, or SARD, to contour the skin and give it a more youthful look. Continue reading “Best Treatments to Turn Back the Hands of Time”

4 Things You Didn’t Know About That Could Bring Menopause Early

Mature woman experiencing hot flush from menopauseAre you experiencing symptoms of menopause, but are under the age of 40? If so, you might not be going crazy. It could be that you are experiencing premature menopause. Menopause can come on earlier than 40 for many reasons. Here are a few things that might surprise you.

Premature ovarian failure

This medical cause of early menopause involves failure of the ovaries to function. Premature ovarian failure and premature menopause can be related and often come hand in hand, but they are actually two separate issues. Menopause is when your menstrual cycles cease completely. On the other hand, ovarian failure is when the ovaries fail to release eggs. This can lead to infertility, but you might still have occasional periods, as with perimenopause. Continue reading “4 Things You Didn’t Know About That Could Bring Menopause Early”

Non-Cosmetic Uses for Botox

botoxBotox is perhaps the most popular non-surgical cosmetic treatment. But many people do not realize that Botox can do more for you than improve your appearance. Here are a few of the more non-cosmetic ways Botox can be used.

Eye Spasms

There are a number of different conditions that might cause eye spasms, but often they must be treated as a separate symptom. If you have chronic eye spasms, your doctor might talk to you about eyelid surgery. Botox can help prevent eye spasms temporarily  so that you can be comfortable without invasive surgery. Botox is also safe to be repeated as often as necessary, usually about every four months. Continue reading “Non-Cosmetic Uses for Botox”

Face Masks

We at Hermann Aesthetics & Wellness, like other medical professionals, believe in the use of facial masks when out in public. This may help protect you and others from receiving or transmitting the coronavirus.  In recent studies, up to 25% of people that have the coronavirus lack the symptoms and others could be contagious prior to exhibiting symptoms.  Therefore, individuals could be spreading the virus unintentionally.  We know that the virus can be spread through respiratory droplets that can be spread by talking, coughing, sneezing with or without having symptoms. Continue reading “Face Masks”

Keeping Up with Your Treatment Plan Via Telemedicine

Stay-at-home orders have affected every Florida resident in some way. One of the most frustrating things about the pandemic is that non-essential doctor’s appointments and follow ups are being canceled or rescheduled. 

While we are limited in what we can achieve without lab work and other in-person services, we are able to provide some assistance through telemedicine. Here are some of the areas of our practice where we can help you. Continue reading “Keeping Up with Your Treatment Plan Via Telemedicine”

Safer at Home, Not Suffer at Home

Dr. Anne Hermann explains how telemedicine can keep you safe

On March 26th the American Medical Association published an article supporting health care delivery via phone or email, a service known as telehealth. The AMA cited telehealth as a way to protect patients during a pandemic. CDC guidelines also urge medical providers to offer telehealth to prevent patients from coming to the office and potentially exposing themselves to germs. Continue reading “Safer at Home, Not Suffer at Home”

Preventing and Fighting the Visible Signs of Aging with SkinMedica and Cosmelan

Not all skincare products are created equally. When you purchase your cleanser, toner, and other skincare items from common brands found at the drug store, you are robbing your skin of the powerful ingredients and formulas it needs to prevent and fight visible signs of aging. Rather than wasting your money on those products, try SkinMedica and Cosmelan to achieve your skincare goals.

The SkinMedica Rejuvenize Peel

SkinMedica products are developed to combat the collagen loss that occurs with age and causes lax skin, wrinkles, and fine lines. All SkinMedica products are scientifically formulated and clinically tested to rejuvenate your skin and restore your skin’s youthful appearance. The potent ingredients include growth factors, antioxidants, retinoids, vitamins, soluble collagen, matrix proteins, and others that are proven to deliver real results. Continue reading “Preventing and Fighting the Visible Signs of Aging with SkinMedica and Cosmelan”

Understanding the MTHFR Gene Mutation and Its Impact On Your Body

Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR) doesn’t exactly pop up in conversation regularly, and most people have no idea that a MTHFR gene mutation could be the root of their health problems. If you are showing signs of the gene mutation, are pregnant, or are planning to become pregnant, the MTHFR test is a very valuable tool that can help you improve your health.

The Basics About Methylenetetrahydrofolate Reductase

MTHFR is an enzyme that helps the body use folate, also known as vitamin B9, in the way it is intended. Folate, not to be confused with its synthetic form folic acid, is a critical nutrient in the body because it assists with DNA synthesis and repair, encourages cell and tissue growth, supports normal fetal development in pregnant women, and even promotes sperm viability in men. The importance of folate to a healthy body and developing baby cannot be underestimated, so it makes sense that people lacking the MTHFR enzyme struggle from health problems. Continue reading “Understanding the MTHFR Gene Mutation and Its Impact On Your Body”