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The Latest Trends in Skin, Beauty, and Wellness Offered by Michigan’s Rejuvenation Experts



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Always at the forefront of innovation in beauty and wellness, FACE and Cutler Integrative Medicine have joined to form the ultimate state-of-the-art, award-winning rejuvenation destination. The founders, Dr. Doug Cutler and Holly Cutler, have brought their naturopathic medical and esthetic backgrounds together to merge their expertise in “inside-out anti-aging.”

Almost two decades ago, Holly Cutler, also known as America’s Skin Saint, rebuilt her own skin, which had been disfigured by cystic acne. Since then, she has created one of the most extensive rejuvenation clinics in the U.S., offering more than 30 laser and facial machines, liquid face-lifts, vaginal rejuvenation, and body makeovers. With her innovative Skin Management Model and her one-hour transformations, Cutler has helped thousands of people who were not satisfied elsewhere. She has been a featured expert on FOX, CBS, NBC, ABC, and The Doctors Show, and has appeared on magazine covers and in several publications. Cutler has now launched her own highly anticipated and innovative skincare product line to help people all over the country who may not be able to access the services at her clinic. She is also anticipating the publication of her new book, No Filters Needed, a guide to enjoying the best skin possible for years to come.

The wellness division, headed by Dr. Doug Cutler, a licensed naturopathic physician, finds the root cause of imbalances in the body to create overall well-being from the inside out. His state-of-the-art clinic incorporates natural elements, and air and water purification systems, and is home to one of the most advanced detoxification clinics in the country. Dr. Cutler is the only doctor in Michigan who has the most advanced training in environmental medicine and genetic polymorphisms. His specialties include integrative medicine; anti-aging medicine; botanical medicine; detoxification therapies; nutrition, mental, and neurological conditions; women’s disorders; children’s health; and more.

Dr. Cutler recently launched his new ClubIV, one of the only FDA/USP-compliant IV/IM

(intravenous/intramuscular) nutrient therapy clinics in Michigan. The advanced nutrient formulas are customized to increase energy, improve sleep, optimize immune function, recover cellular homeostasis, promote healing and recovery, reduce stress and anxiety, support weight loss, and much more. There is no comparison to the superior potency of nutrients delivered via IV/IM therapy. The dose bypasses the gastrointestinal system and is delivered directly into the bloodstream, so results are fast — allowing you to feel better, sooner.

Most people can benefit from IV/IM therapy. At your first visit, an evaluation is conducted to determine which combination of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients will work best for you.

The range of therapies includes anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, detoxification, endocrine, hydration, metabolism, recovery, and wellness. The dedicated infusion room is relaxing and peaceful; during your IV session you may experience local warmth, an increase in energy, or a deepening sense of calm and well-being.

Dr. Cutler is a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, the Michigan Association of Naturopathic Physicians, the American College for Advancement in Medicine, and the Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians, and he is the board director for the Naturopathic Academy of Environmental Medicine.

As rejuvenation experts, the team of Dr. Doug Cutler and Holly Cutler can enhance your health, improve your overall quality of life, and keep you looking youthful for years to come.



Locations
 

FACE Skincare ~ Medical ~ Wellness
31350 Telegraph Rd., Ste. 102
Bingham Farms, MI 48025
P: 248-663-0161
facebeautyscience.com
info@facebeautyscience.com

 
Cutler Integrative Medicine
Doug Cutler, N.D.
31350 Telegraph Rd., Ste. 102
Bingham Farms, MI 48025
P: 248-663-0165
cutlerintegrativemedicine.com
info@cutlerintegrativemedicine.com
 

 

 

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