TAKE A STAND AGAINST SPIDER VEINS
Merz Aesthetics and Asclera®(polidocanol) Empowers Women to Not Only Look and Feel Good, but Do Good Too
GUEST: Heidi Waldorf, MD, Director of Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology at The Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, N.Y.
Does summer ever make you worry about your body’s small imperfections, so much so, that it hinders the way you live your life? Although small in appearance, 50 percent of women will experience spider veins, which can make a big difference in the way women feel about their legs and themselves. This summer make sure you look, feel and do good with Asclera®. Asclera® is a prescription medicine used in sclerotherapy. This minimally invasive procedure can treat the appearance of these small, unsightly spider veins to help women look and feel better about themselves, thus giving them the confidence to do good in their communities.
Recently, Merz Aesthetics, the distributor of Asclera®, created the STAND AND DELIVER program which celebrated women who took a stand and were committed to solving important issues affecting their communities. The grand prize winner, Michelle Rubin – who received $10,000 for her local charity and a beauty makeover, exemplifies how when you look and feel good, you do good.
For more information about the Asclera and the STAND AND DELIVER initiative, visit www.Asclera.com.
Topics of Discussion to Include:
— What causes spider veins?
— How many women are affected by this condition?
— What is Asclera?
— What is sclerotherapy?
— What is the STAND AND DELIVER Program?
— Why did Merz Aesthetics Create STAND AND DELIVER?
— What is the connection between looking good, feeling good and doing good?
More About Dr. Heidi Waldorf:
As Director of Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology at The Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, NY and Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Dermatology at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Heidi A. Waldorf, M.D. is a respected expert in the field of dermatology, including skin rejuvenation, soft tissue augmentation, cosmetic use of botulinum toxin and laser technology, as well as skin cancer prevention and treatment.