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Resolve to Check for Skin Cancer

At Romeo & Juliette, we’re the city’s preeminent laser hair removal specialists, with 12 (you read that right) different lasers that we put to use ridding our clients of their unwanted hair. But we also like to give you tips on caring for your skin, as this will be of the utmost importance once the…  read more

  • Posted on: Jan 15 2022
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Happy New Year to Your Skin with Hyaluronic Acid

In this merry month’s first blog, we discussed some basics about hyaluronic acid and how its job is to help keep your skin and joints (among other areas) hydrated and lubricated. Hopefully, you went out and grabbed a moisturizer that has hyaluronic acid in it for a friend or partner for a stocking stuffer. Now…  read more

  • Posted on: Dec 30 2021
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Hyaluronic Acid Under the Tree

OK, so last month, we told you to come in and give your friend, spouse, or partner the gift of permanent hair removal — yes, that would be Romeo & Juliette Laser Hair Removal. It’s the perfect gift for anyone, except maybe that Wolf Boy in the travelling circus who needs his hair for work….  read more

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2021
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Give the Gift of No Hair

Now that we’ve just come out of our food coma after Thanksgiving, it’s full-on time to start thinking about some of those names on your gift list. But why do you want to try and figure out the book that they might like, much less a new blouse or something? Scarves? No.    Why not give…  read more

  • Posted on: Nov 30 2021
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Thinning the Beard

This past 18 months has been unusual, to say the least. We’ve all been on more Zoom and FaceTime meetings and chats in that time than the accumulated total previously, and then some.  This up-close video time has made some men long for less shaving. After all, the two-day old stubble look is a thing…  read more

  • Posted on: Nov 15 2021
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Your Skin Needs Vitamins, too! Part two

In October’s first Romeo & Juliette blog, we told you your skin is just as excited by those gummy vitamin supplements you take as the rest of your body. It doesn’t care about lots of that stuff, like chromium or magnesium, but it wants four vitamins: D, C, E, and K.  We started with vitamin…  read more

Cod-liver oil, omega3, vitamin D capsules on wooden spoon

Your Skin Needs Vitamins, too!

If you’re cognizant of your health, most people realize it’s not a bad idea to fill in the gaps in our modern diets with some vitamin supplements. You don’t have to go crazy and spend half your paycheck at the nutrition store, but a multivitamin and calcium are a good idea, especially for women.  “But…  read more

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Do You Know Our Synchro?

At Romeo & Juliette Laser Hair Removal, we’re technology geeks when it comes to our lasers. That’s why our owner, Christian Karavolas, has continued to expand our assortment of lasers available for our patients. Mr. Karavolas is a consultant to DEKA, Cynosure, Candela, and Lumenis — the world’s preeminent laser manufacturers.  One of our most…  read more

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This Is the Time to Start Removing Your Unwanted Hair

Sometimes a client will come into our beautiful offices on 57th Street and look to schedule a single laser hair removal session. They assume this will be all they need to zap away those unwanted hairs. Many people assume laser hair removal deals with the visible hairs above the surface skin, so hitting them with…  read more

Laser Hair Removal Is for Everyone

Once upon a time it was deemed sexy for a man to be as hairy as our ancient cousins you can see in the Planet of the Apes movies. With the exception of back hair, just about everywhere else, the more hair the manlier was the line of thinking.  That was then. Not now.  Today,…  read more