Philadelphia

Dr. Susan Hughes: Brains, Beauty and Botox

Saturday, March 19 Dr Susan Hughes held an open house at The Mansion in Voorhees. More than 300 women attending event which featured live BOTOX and peel demonstrations, and enjoyed big savings on a range of nonsurgical services as well as shopping and snacking.
Those who brought in new or gently used apparel were eligible to win a year’s worth of Botox…and hence why we got so many of the ladies to bring in wonderful items!
The charitable event raised $5000; $2500 from the guests (and the fab raffles) and then Dr. Hughes matched it was a $2500 donation for a $5000 total. Also there was thousands of dollars of toys, clothing and other things donated to Cradles to Crayons, desperately in need of supplies. Above L to R Susan Hight and Michal Smith of Crandles and Crayons
Dr. Matthew Pinto and Madison Cerquoni
Sharon Hee and Terry Matczak check out the schedule to see what demonstrations might interest them.
Dr Hughes demonstrating her Botox skills to show how easy and simple the procedure is to do.
Victoria Baran and Jackie Romberg
Linda Pekarski and Barbara Hickey were out for a girls day
Elena Ditner and Danielle Daiutolo. Do you see the glitter extension in Elena’s hair?
There’s a great video at ABC6 about the event.
Dr Hughes says: Cosmetic surgery isn’t the only route to facial rejuvenation in New Jersey and Philadelphia, especially for those experiencing the early signs of aging. With the right combination of our medical spa services and high quality skin care, you can achieve and maintain a younger, more refreshed look, and the confidence that comes with it. To learn about the medical spa services offered at the Hughes Center, view the following pages:

Karen Obschleger, Samantha Weiss and Denise Weiss
Jacky Shilling and Tamara Stochel were looking for a little preventive aging pick me ups.
Jazz & Blues performer Jessi Teich
Lauren and Robin Anzalone, Closet Boutique Avalon, NJ
Cathy settled on this cute frock to wear to the pool this summer.
There is a new kid on the block when it comes to effortless fat loss. It’s called Cryolipolysis and is a fat freezing procedure that damages fat cells causing them to die and be eliminated from the body. The brand name for this procedure in the US is Zeltiq. We’ve all heard of burning our fat cells, but how about freezing them instead? The procedure is also referred to as cool sculpting and was discovered by two Harvard professors who stumbled across it by accident when they realized that babies given ice pops lost fat cells in their cheeks. They realized that the cold effect was responsible and started to research it. The procedure has been available in the US and Europe since early 2010 and has recently also become available in Australia. The good news is that the machine has been approved by the F.D.A. as a body contouring treatment (fat zapper effectively).Dr Hughes and Mike DeFeo with the Cool Sculpting Machine, the only one in the tri-state area.

Dr. Susan Hughes is a pioneer in facial cosmetic surgery, and utilizes all the most current and effective innovations. She is the oldest of seven children, all doctors, who followed in the footsteps of their physician parents. Susan M. Hughes, MD, FACS is Harvard trained, and among the most experienced and highly trained facial cosmetic surgeons in New Jersey. She has consistently been selected by her peers as a Philadelphia “Top Doc” in eyelid plastic surgery and facial cosmetic surgery in Philadelphia Magazine’s annual survey. She has also been recognized as a South Jersey “Top Doc” in Plastic Surgery. (856) 528-4896 Located: 1765 South Springdale Rd – Suite B2
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003-2177
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