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Belfon Health & Aesthetics offers a wide range of beauty services, including chemical peels, facials, body contouring and more! To schedule an appointment for any beauty services with Belfon Health and Aesthetics in Cooper City, Florida, call the office or book online today.


Facial Treatment


What are facials?

Facials are skin care treatments that typically include four main steps: cleanse, exfoliate, extract, and hydrate. While being gentle on the skin and relaxing, facials may be able to create lasting outcomes when you seek care from a medical professional, like certified nurse practitioner Tysharra Belfon. 

Belfon Health and Aesthetics has the specialized skin care technology to identify and treat your unique skin concerns. The practice’s in-house skin analysis machine pinpoints damage beneath the skin that you can’t see with the naked eye. By uncovering hidden damage, Mrs. Belfon can find the right facial for you.

What can facials treat?

With multiple types of facials to choose from, Belfon Health and Aesthetics's licensed Estheticians can effectively target nearly any skin concern, including:

  • Enlarged pores

  • Acne or acne scars

  • Dry or oily skin

  • Sun damage

  • Brown spots

  • Uneven tone or texture

  • Fine lines and wrinkles

  • Redness

  • Mild skin laxity

  • Melasma

Facials can enhance your skin for a radiant complexion that appears brighter and smoother.

What are the different types of facials?

Belfon Health and Aesthetics offers several different types of facials for men and women of all ages:

  • Not So Basic Facial

  • Not so Basic Teen Facial 12 and older 

  • Acne Facial

  • BHA Signature Facial

Microdermabrasion facial

Microdermabrasion is a minimally invasive procedure that removes dead skin cells with an abrasive material. Along with complexion abnormalities, microdermabrasion can minimize the appearance of mild scarring and stretch marks.


The Hydrating facial at Belfon Health and Aesthetic is a type of Hydrafacial that is a skin resurfacing treatment that can significantly improve the tone and texture of your skin. The treatment uses technology to simultaneously extract pores and infuse your skin with hydrating serums to minimize irritation. The Hydrating facial is also highly customizable. Different serums can target your unique skin concerns.

Can I try facials with other treatments?

Belfon Health and Aesthetics offers several complementary treatments that you can pair with facials:


Dermaplaning is a noninvasive treatment that uses a sharp blade to remove dead skin cells, small hairs, and other imperfections. Not only can dermaplaning enhance your complexion, but it also leaves your skin soft and smooth.

LED light

LED light therapy can help reduce inflammation and stimulate collagen production to accelerate the benefits of your facial.

Botox vampire facial

A vampire facial is an aesthetic treatment that uses platelet-rich plasma in your blood to promote collagen production. Pairing this treatment with Botox, a treatment that minimizes wrinkles, can enhance your results.

What is PRP?

Platelet-rich plasma, or PRP, is a substance in your blood that can promote healing and enhance the appearance of your skin. PRP contains two primary components: plasma and platelets. While plasma is a liquid in the blood, platelets are blood cells that stimulate the body’s natural healing response.

How does PRP work?

During PRP therapy, certified nurse practitioner Tysharra Belfon draws your blood and runs it through a centrifuge. This process separates the PRP from the other materials in your blood, including platelet-poor plasma, for the most concentrated material possible. Highly concentrated PRP is essential for repairing skin damage.

Finally, she injects the PRP back into your skin. Over the coming weeks, PRP injections trigger the production of collagen. This protein helps build your connective tissues for firmer, tighter skin. By stimulating new collagen and strengthening existing fibers, PRP therapy can rejuvenate your skin without surgery, lasers, or other devices.

What can PRP treat?

PRP injections can treat many skin concerns, including:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles

  • Acne scars

  • Mild surgical scars

  • Hyperpigmentation

  • Melasma

  • Brown spots

  • Sun damage

  • Skin laxity

PRP also accelerates cell turnover and regeneration when injected into the skin to promote healthier, more youthful skin.

How many PRP treatments will I need?

At Belfon Health and Aesthetics, every patient can enjoy a customized treatment plan that addresses their unique skin concerns. After a comprehensive skin evaluation, Mrs. Belfon can determine how many treatments you may need. 

The practice has an on-site skin analysis machine that can identify hidden damage beneath the skin’s surface. 

By uncovering your unique skin concerns, Mrs. Belfon can develop a customized treatment for your skin type. 

What is a PRP vampire facial?

A vampire facial combines PRP therapy with microneedling to dramatically enhance your skin. Microneedling, or collagen induction therapy, involves creating micro-wounds in the skin with hair-thin needles. This process triggers your body’s natural healing response, stimulating new collagen. 

During a vampire facial, Mrs. Belfon uses a microneedling device to penetrate your skin and applies the PRP. This combination can accelerate and enhance your results for a tighter, brighter complexion.

What are chemical peels?

Chemical peels are minimally invasive treatments that carefully remove the surface layer of the skin to eliminate damage. Underneath this surface damage lies a fresh layer of skin that appears visibly brighter and smoother.

What makes chemical peels so popular is their versatility. Depending on your age and skin condition, Belfon Health and Aesthetics offers light, medium, and deep chemical peels. An on-site skin analysis machine also helps identify skin damage that you might not see with the naked eye.

What can chemical peels treat?

Chemical peels can treat multiple skin concerns in a single treatment. You may benefit from a chemical peel if you have:

  • Brown spots

  • Sun damage

  • Uneven skin tone or texture

  • Acne scars

  • Fine lines and wrinkles

  • Melasma

  • Oily or dry skin

  • Hyperpigmentation

  • Enlarged pores

  • Dull skin

Chemical peels are highly customizable to target your unique skin concerns without the downtime that often accompanies more invasive procedures.

What are the different types of chemical peels?

Belfon Health and Aesthetics invests in the best treatments available to promote beautiful, healthy-looking skin. Some of the most popular types of chemical peels available at the medical spa include:

VI Peel

The VI Peel is an exfoliating type of facial that blends trichloroacetic acid (TCA) phenol, salicylic acid, vitamin C, and tretinoin to remove the surface layer of your skin and promote collagen production. This gentle yet effective peel is safe for application on your face, chest, back, and hands. 

Along with the original VI chemical peel, Belfon Health and Aesthetics performs Advanced, Purify, Precision Plus, and Purify Precision Plus chemical peel treatments.

What happens after chemical peels?

Your skin may appear red and feel tight after your chemical peel. For the next three to five days, your skin peels to reveal the fresh layer underneath. Most people experience mild peeling that you can manage with hydrating moisturizer. 

Once your peeling subsides, you should notice clearer, brighter skin. However, it can take a few weeks to see optimal results. You can maintain your results with maintenance peels or return for complementary treatments, such as dermal fillers, Dysport® injections, or facials.


What is body contouring?

Body contouring refers to several nonsurgical treatments that enhance the shape of your physique and remove unwanted fat. Unlike traditional surgical procedures, such as liposuction and the Brazilian butt lift (BBL), body contouring treatments are minimally invasive and require minimal downtime.

What are the different types of body contouring treatments?

Belfon Health and Aesthetics offers several types of body contouring treatments, including:

Lipo cavitation

Lipo cavitation is an FDA-approved treatment that breaks down fat cells beneath the skin with ultrasound energy. Each treatment takes just 30 minutes to one hour and can produce almost immediate results. Lipo cavitation effectively reduces fat nearly anywhere on the body, including the abdomen, thighs, hips, and buttocks.

Double chin sculpting

Multiple treatments are available to treat submental fat underneath the chin. Once the fat cells break down, your lymphatic system naturally eliminates them. 

When the fat cells disappear, they cannot return.

Vacuum buttocks therapy

Vacuum buttocks therapy uses a noninvasive suction device to firm and raise the gluteal muscles in the buttocks for a more sculpted, defined appearance.

RF skin tightening

Radiofrequency (RF) skin tightening reduces the appearance of cellulite and fatty deposits beneath the skin.

Hourglass body contouring

The hourglass body contouring treatment combines lipo cavitation, vacuum buttocks therapy, and radiofrequency (RF) skin tightening for an all-inclusive sculpting treatment.

Lymphatic drainage massage

A lymphatic drainage massage is a hands-on treatment that can help eliminate waste and toxins in your body to reduce swelling.

Why should I try body contouring?

Body contouring treatments help reshape your abdomen, hips, buttocks, arms, thighs, and other areas you want to tone. Nonsurgical body contouring treatments are safe and effective alternatives to traditional liposuction. 

How many body contouring treatments will I need?

Most body contouring treatments take one hour or less and require minimal downtime. In most instances, you can resume your normal activities almost immediately after treatment. Depending on the body contouring treatment you choose, board-certified nurse practitioner Tysharra Belfon and Licensed Esthetician Chatia Brown, may recommend a series of sessions to achieve your desired results.

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