Wednesday, Aug. 5

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Double Chin Injection
Have you ever wanted to get rid of that double chin? Van Dyke Laser & Skin specializes in offering the newest, non-invasive and FDA-approved cosmetic dermatology and aesthetic laser treatments, including the latest innovation: Kybella.

Dr. Susan Van Dyke MD of Van Dyke Lase & Skin is one of the first Valley practices to offer this treatment. Made from deoxycholic acid, a chemical naturally produced in the body to help absorb fats, when injected into the submental fat below the chin, Kybella destroys the fat cells, which are then reabsorbed into the body. Most important, according to Kybella's website, 79 percent of patients treated reported satisfaction with the appearance of their face and chin, and a marked improvement in self-perception. According to Dr. Van Dyke, potential side effects include swelling, bruising, pain, numbness, redness, difficulty swallowing and nerve injury in the jaw that cases facial muscle weakness.

More information about Van Dyke Laser & Skin can be found by visiting www.vandykelaser.com or by calling 480-948-5045.

Van Dyke Laser & Skin
5206 N. Scottsdale Road
Paradise Valley


Pinspiration
Pinspiration is offering great ways to help get you and your children organized for the school year. Pinspiration offer back-to-school and decor projects such as custom pencils, school house notepads, melted crayon canvas, apple mug, art supplies candy, chalk vase and reminder bulletin boards.

For more information:
5410 E. High St., Phoenix
480-636-8010
www.pinspirationaz.com


Stop on Red Week
Did you know that Phoenix is the second most dangerous city in the country with 127 fatalities between 2004 and 2013? The National Coalition for Safer Roads (NCSR) wants to shed light on this issue and raise awareness about the dangers of running red lights. NSCR is launching an interactive map during national Stop on Red Week, which takes place Aug. 2-8. The map allows the user to see the number of fatalities in their area and which intersection in their community is dangerous. Visit www.ncsrsafety.org to learn more about NCSR's daily activities during Stop on Red Week, or to sign the petition to Stop on Red.