Alazzo Med Spa Introduces Revolutionary New Service

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Alazzo Med Spa offers Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy for men and women. A safe and effective way to feel young again.

Alazzo Med Spa, a Frederick-based medical spa, has added Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BIHRT) to their vast list of services. BIHRT, also referred to as testosterone therapy, was initially used with men and now is being increasingly used to treat symptoms of hormone deficiency in pre and postmenopausal women.

Embrace your age! BIHRT is a safe way to reclaim your youth. Long-term studies have shown that testosterone therapy has so many added benefits you will want to share this new found secret with all your friends! Said Melissa Bolden, Co-Founder of Alazzo Med Spa.

T-pellets are used in BIHRT to deliver a stable and effective dose of hormones to the body. There are several benefits of T-pellets for both men and women of all ages. Some of these benefits include:

  •     Increased energy
  •     Improved mental clarity
  •     Improved cholesterol
  •     Improved insulin sensitivity
  •     Improved sleep
  •     Protection against breast and prostate cancer
  •     Decreased body mass index (BMI)

Before T-pellets are inserted, a blood test is performed to determine baseline hormones.

“I have so much more energy! Now I can remember where I left my keys. I can’t believe how much this has changed my life.” Rebecca M. a recipient of BIHRT from Alazzo Med Spa.

Everyone is encouraged to learn more about this trailblazing service by calling 301.810.5740 to schedule a free consultation. For more information about BIHRT please visit You can also connect with Alazzo Med Spa on Facebook, Istagram and Twitter.

About Alazzo Med Spa
Here at Alazzo Med Spa we are always striving to keep up with the ever changing you. Our goal is to constantly research and implement ways to keep you feeling beautiful, so you don’t have to. From skin rejuvenation to weight loss, from injectables to IPL’s we are here to cater to your sense of well-being.

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