— Claire, 62, Real Estate Agent
A couple of years ago, I was driving a client down Larchmont and went to adjust my rearview mirror. Instead of cars, I saw a tired looking older lady with a sagging neck. It took a second to realize that it was me! Bright daylight always did this - in the beautifully controlled lighting conditions of my bathroom I could hide from the truth - here there was no escaping it. There were other places with harsh (brutal even) lighting - department stores, restrooms, friend's homes - and a million other places and unconsciously I had been avoiding looking into these mirrors. I'd been shocked before and each time managed to push it away, forget it, but this day was a watershed.
"The Tuliplift™ Facelift is a new procedure that Dr. Rahimi developed, and it's completely customized for each person"
I had refused to consider cosmetic surgery because I was afraid of a major procedure with a lot of risk and downtime. But an even bigger fear was that I would end up with that wind-swept look you see on a lot of older ladies. All I wanted was to look healthy and well rested. It had to be possible, my only other options were to never leave my bathroom or carry around elaborate lighting systems.
My cousin saved the day. She had done the research and told me about the Tuliplift Facelift, a new procedure that Dr. Rahimi developed. It's been 2 ½ years and not only was the Tuliplift Facelift a success, I've gone back for other procedures.
Dr. Rahimi received his medical degree with distinction from George Washington University School of Medicine, completed his residency in dermatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in new York and is fellowship trained by the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.
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