STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. — With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, Dr. Mark Berkowitz, Medical Director of Accents Cosmetic Surgery and Medical Spa, is just in time to prepare pouty lips and transform thin lips for a special Valentine’s Day. Berkowitz has just released a free, fact-filled report, entitled: “Lip Tips You’ll Love” – an in-depth review of today’s lip enhancing options sure to dispel common myths and leave Detroiter’s smiling seductively.
“This information is going to be incredibly valuable to women of all ages,” explains Berkowitz. “Thin lips or wrinkles surrounding the mouth leave my female patients feeling insecure. Even with great skin and flawless make-up, thin, wrinkled lips can’t be disguised. Rarely does a day pass without addressing this concern,” Berkowitz adds. A live treatment can be viewed on YouTube.com – just search for “Berkowitz lips.”
Cathy Stramaglia, one of Berkowitz’s medical aestheticians, knows the value of plumper lips first hand. She recently had Restylane placed by Dr. Berkowitz in her lips and is pleased to report that even a month later she loves applying lipstick and lip liner every morning. Cathy feels more self-confident since her quick, in-office treatment and would without reservation recommend this procedure to any woman feeling remotely inhibited by their less than sultry lips.
With so many options available to create a plump, seductive smile, “Lip Tips You’ll Love,” explains surgical lip augmentation, cosmetic injections and more. Maria Orlando, another of Berkowitz’s medical aestheticians, also contributed to this guide to beautiful lips with tips for lip health, make-up application, and choosing the right products.
Free copies of “Lip Tips You’ll Love” are available. Anyone who would like a copy may request it by phone: (586) 254-7692 or may download it from Berkowitz’s website: http://www.OneHourLift.com/lips.
Berkowitz has been injecting lip-plumping fillers for nearly a decade and welcomes the opportunity to educate Detroiters interested in enhancing social interactions limited by frown lines, smokers lips or looking old. Being both knowledgeable and entertaining, Berkowitz interviews well and welcomes questions from the media, listeners and readers alike. His interviews have been featured in The Detroit Free Press, The Macomb Daily, on Today’s Health and on WDIV.