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Hydroxatone Products Butte MT

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Walmart Supercenter
(406) 494-1420
3901 Harrison Avenue
Butte, MT
Store Hours
Mon-Fri:8:00 am -Sat:8:00 am -Sun:8:00 am -
Pharmacy #
(406) 494-1225
Pharmacy Hours
Monday-Friday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm Saturday: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm Sunday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

JC Penney
(406) 494-4008
3100 Harrison Ave
Butte, MT
Hours
Mon-Fri 10:00-9:00
Sat 10:00-6:00
Sun 10:00-5:00

Mikmaq Essence
(406) 270-2102
2203 Mission Trail
Kalispell, MT

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Alaskan Flower Essence Project
(800) 545-9309
2365 Red Crow Road
Victor, MT

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Kettle Care - Pure Herbal Body Care
(888) 556-2316
6590 Farm to Market Rd.
Whitefish, MT

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Sears
(406) 494-7794
3703 Harrison Ave # G
Butte, MT
Hours
Mon-Fri:9am -6pm
Sat:9am -6pm
Sun:11am -4pm

Jamu Asian Spa Rituals
(877) 626-5268
P.O. Box 4794
Whitefish, MT

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Soul Kitchen Naturals
(406) 868-4344
1712 3rd Avenue North
Great Falls, MT

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Yellowstone Bees Inc.
(406) 624-0105
366 Gallatin Park Drive, Suite A
Bozeman, MT

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Scents of Balance
(406) 245-9182
2055 Andromeda Lane
Billings, MT

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Last week one of my patients complained that she gets facials every month for her wrinkles, but that she still has prominent wrinkles around her eyes and mouth. “What,” she asked, “is she doing wrong?”

Facials are the third most popular treatment in spas after nails and massage. They come in many flavors like: mineral masks, steam treatments, microdermabrasions, LED light treatments, blu-light, and even oxygen facials.

Facials can be beneficial; they extract clogged pores, exfoliate dull, scaly skin, and give you a deep, invigorating cleansing, leaving your face smooth and silky. But facials cannot treat wrinkles, broken blood vessles, or brown spots.

Facials are done by aestheticians who are not licensed to practice medicine. Aestheticians cannot administer treatments that penetrate the skin or have biologic effects (by definition, this would be considered medicine and must be administered by a licensed practitioner such as a physician or registered nurse). Deeper problems such as wrinkles require invasive treatments which cross the line from cosmetics to medicine.

Facial massages or electrostimulations, which are supposed to tone your skin, don’t. Toning or building muscle requires intense and repeated activity. Just like building biceps, firming musles on your face would require working out. The problem is that wrinkles on your face are caused by contracting muscles — crow’s feet are caused by contracting muscles around your eyes; frown lines are caused by furrowing your brow; lip lines are caused by contracting the muscles around your mouth. Any treatment then that firms facial muscles would only make wrinkles worse.

Other treatments such as oxygen facials and mineral treatments have no evidence to support them, (unless you count “Madonna said so” as evidence). Save your money and have your daughter apply a mud mask the next time you go to the beach.

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