Top five medical spas of Miami

Miami is beautiful. It’s not just the beaches, the sunrises or the fine restaurants. Attractive people walk our streets 24 hours a day on South Beach and from Aventura to Homestead. How do you stay beautiful? Maybe head for a spa? The 305 is an international hub for beauty treatments that boost the confidence of all who can spare a few bucks to attend them. Below we highlight five medical spas that offer the best treatments to revitalize skin and inspire confidence.

Front desk of Perfect B MedSpa (Abdul Djabbour / SFMN)

Perfect B Aesthetic Medicine
3905 NW 107th Ave #104
Doral, FL 33178
(786) 502-2260

This aesthetic medicine clinic empowers clients by enhancing their natural features. One of the most popular treatments is microneedling with platelet-rich-plasma. PRP therapy uses injections of a concentration of a patient’s own platelets, which have proteins to accelerate healing. Three sessions of microneedling with PRP start at $1650, including invigorating facials and a variety of skin-care products. This procedure can improve the appearance of acne scars, wrinkles and more.

Medical Spa Front (Abdul Djabbour/ SFMN)

Beauty Connections
8337 NW 12th St., suite 101, 
Doral, FL 33126
(954) 993-7327

Specializing in all forms of skincare, this medical spa offers all-inclusive services that magnify attractiveness and promote anti-aging. One popular treatment is wood therapy ($120), which is used to lift the buttocks, contour the physique, and minimize the waist. Lymphatic massages ($180) oxygenate the tissue, minimize cellulite and reduce inflammation. This medspa prides itself on accentuating your natural beauty and physique.

Adriana Rodriguez cover art MedSpa (Abdul Djabbour / SFMN)

Adriana Rodriguez Medspa
10201 NW 58th St. #304,
Doral, FL 33178
(786) 502-4596

Nourishing hair is a specialty of this spa. To develop long, luscious hair, there’s a light chamber for the scalp and capillary mesotherapy to stimulate growth. This treatment is suitable for all ages and genders. To cure every kind of skin problem, they carry over 25 products suitable for any skin type. And they facilitate a facial firming and rejuvenation treatment ($280). This medical spa administers radiofrequency slimming regimes to rid you of stubborn fat around the waist, hips, and legs. The various services offered at this location foster excellent, visible results that amplify confidence.

Owner and assistant of Amis MedSpa (Abdul Djabbour / SFMN)

Amis MedSpa
8400 NW 30th Terrace Suite A
Doral, FL 33122
(786) 453-5070

Amis Medspa’s aims to magnify the beautiful features that clients already have. They target areas such as the face, hands, and body to diminish or prevent signs of aging. The secret radio frequency treatment restores aging skin, sun damage, and overall skin quality. The treatment uses a precise microneedling ($132) system to stimulate collagen and optimize appearance for those seeking skin revitalization. This clinic provides an array of treatments to improve skin and body concerns and offers a variety of payment methods.

Lemel Medical Spa entrance (Abdul Djabbour/ SFMN)

Lemel Medical Spa
9538 Harding Ave
Surfside, FL 33154
(786) 309 0000

Lemel Medical Spa provides hydrafacials, body sculpting, microblading, botox and more. One of their best services is their laser hair removal package (starting at $500), which eliminates unwanted hair on the face and body. In multiple sessions, each six weeks apart, you will see a little to no growth of the hair being targeted by the laser. They focus on creating a customized approach to your concerns, and solve them in a noninvasive way.

Abdul Djabbour is a Digital Communications Media and Journalism with a Social Media and E-Marketing minor student at Florida International University. He has a passion for the media, he’s a writer for PantherNow and he would like to be a TV anchor or reporter to inform and give a voice to his community.

Jalynne Medina is a New York native and college junior majoring in Digital Broadcasting and minoring in Spanish Language and Culture. After graduation, she plans on pursuing a career as a Bilingual Journalist to bridge the gap between the mainstream American media and the Latino community.