About: Amey Brown

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Invite Botox to Your Holiday Parties

Botox is one of the world’s most famous brand names. But what do you really know about it? Well, you may want to get to know it personally to get ready for the holidays. Dr. Jensen can inject some Botox before your upcoming holiday parties and you can leave your crow’s feet and frown lines […]


Tightening Back Up Your Sex Life

For better or worse, vaginal rejuvenation isn’t usually a topic of everyday conversation. Of course, nothing’s off limits for the Kardashians. Last year on her reality show Khloe Kardashian couldn’t stop talking about a vaginal “laser” treatment she had called ThermiVa. Well, not exactly. She had the name right, but the energy wrong. ThermiVa is […]


Kybella® Layton UT

Leave the Doubles to the Bees

A double when you’re at a Bees game is a good thing. Under your jawline,double is a dirty word. Short of surgery, there really wasn’t much anyone could do about a double chin, but that all changed a couple years back with the debut of a prescription injection called Kybella. Kybella® delivers amazing results, and Dr. […]


HydraFacial | Layton, UT

Hydration + Facial = Wintertime Bliss

Utah winters can be tough on your skin and your moods. Couple the dry winter indoor air with the yucky outdoor inversions and your facial skin isn’t a happy camper. But at Dr. Joseph’s, we have a solution — HydraFacial MD®. A few months back, Dr. Jensen added a new option for improving your facial […]


Age spot removal | Layton UT

Don’t Let Your Age Spots Make It to the New Year

Age spots, liver spots, solar lentigines — whatever you want to call them, they are a universally detested blemish on the skin that pretty much everyone has if you’re over 40. This is especially true thanks to the high-altitude ultraviolet rays we receive here in sunny Utah. Dr. Jensen can get rid of these spots […]


Liposuction Layton, UT

Liposuction — Tumescent or SmartLipo?

At Dr. Jensen’s we offer both tumescent liposuction and SmartLipo, which is laser-assisted liposuction. Patients can be confused as to what is the difference between the two, and whether one approach is superior to the other. So you have more information, here is some information on both methods. Tumescent liposuction Liposuction has come a long […]


Liposuction Layton, UT

Adding a Laser to Liposuction

Want to make liposuction a little less traumatic for the tissues, and consequently create less bruising and make for an easier recovery? Add laser energy. That’s what Dr. Jensen does with his laser liposuction procedure. Now you can put it to work on your unwanted pockets of stubborn fat. What is laser liposuction? Most people […]


You Deserve a HydraFacial

Wouldn’t it be great if you could take the great feeling, therapeutic aspect of spa skin therapies and give them the boost of adding advanced medical technology? You would get the HydraFacial MD®, winner of New Beauty’s 2015 Best In-Office Treatment, and you can get it now at Dr. Jensen’s. We’re pleased to announce that […]


CoolSculpting Layton, UT

CoolMini™ from CoolSculpting® Chills Your Double Chin

During this hot, dry Utah summer, there’s nothing like a popsicle on a sweltering afternoon. If you’re reading Dr. Jensen’s blog, you probably have heard of a cool procedure that originated out of the study of kids and popsicles. CoolSculpting® was developed in response to that study. You may think of CoolSculpting® as the way […]


Laser Hair Removal Layton, UT

Get Rid of the Hair for Good

No one likes shaving. OK, maybe a 15-year-old who can’t wait to drag a piece of sharp metal across the few hairs poking out on his chin. The rest of us? Puhleeze. This is especially true for shaving the bikini line, legs, underarms, and other locales on our bodies. You shave, pluck, wax, or assault […]


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