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Hormone Therapy
Draper Utah

Hormone Replacement Therapy involves the administration of natural hormones like estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone to correct hormonal imbalances and enhance overall well-being.HRT can be prescribed for both men and women to relieve symptoms related to aging, menopause, andropause, and other hormonal issues. At The Spa Wellness Center, we offer hormone therapy to help you get back to feeling your best while ensuring the most natural and effective treatment options possible.


Some Signs You Might Need Hormone Therapy…

Recognizing the signs of hormone loss is crucial for timely and effective treatment. Being aware of symptoms can help you seek the appropriate hormone therapy and improve your overall quality of life.

  • Low Libido / sex drive

  • Inability to Achieve/Maintain an Erection

  • Loss of Muscle Strength

  • Muscle/Joint Aches

  • Decline in General Well-being

  • Fatigue 

  • Restless at Night

  • Excessive Sweating

  • Irrirtable

For Men

  • Difficulty Focusing

  • Mood Swings 

  • Loss of Libido, Difficulty Achieving Orgasm

  • Change in Menstrual Cycle

  • Weight Gain, Difficulty Losing Weight

  • Muscle Loss / Weakness

  • Cold Hands / Feet

  • Hot Flashes

  • Fatigue

For Women


How Do Hormones Work & What Do They Control?

Hormones, produced by glands like the thyroid, adrenal glands, pancreas, and reproductive organs, serve as vital chemical messengers in the body. They regulate crucial functions such as metabolism, growth, mood, and reproductive health. These messengers travel through the bloodstream, binding to specific receptors on target cells to initiate or inhibit various physiological processes. This complex signaling mechanism ensures our bodies maintain equilibrium and respond effectively to environmental changes, stress, and internal conditions.

Metabolism: Hormones like insulin, thyroid hormones, and cortisol regulate metabolism, influencing how our bodies use energy from food.


Reproductive Health: Sex hormones such as estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone control reproductive functions, influencing fertility, menstrual cycles, and secondary sexual characteristics.


Mood and Stress: Hormones like serotonin, dopamine, and cortisol affect mood, emotions, and responses to stress.


Growth and Development: Growth hormone, insulin-like growth factor, and thyroid hormones play critical roles in growth, development, and tissue repair.

Understanding Hormones and How HRT Can Help

Hormone Replacement Therapy effectively addresses a variety of hormone imbalances that can affect your health and well-being. Each hormone plays a crucial role in our bodily functions. Our personalized treatment plans aim to alleviate symptoms and improve your over all quality of life. Here are some of our common hormone that we see treated. 


Function: Testosterone is primarily known as the male sex hormone, but it is also present in smaller amounts in women. It plays a key role in muscle mass and strength, bone density, sperm production, and libido.

Hormone Therapy: Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is used to treat low testosterone levels (hypogonadism) in men and occasionally in women. It can alleviate symptoms such as fatigue, low libido, erectile dysfunction, and mood changes.


Function: Estrogen is a group of hormones that are primarily responsible for the development and regulation of the female reproductive system. It also plays a role in bone health and cardiovascular function.

Hormone Therapy: Estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) or hormone replacement therapy (HRT) can be used to alleviate symptoms of menopause in women, such as hot flashes, vaginal dryness, and mood swings. ERT/HRT may involve estrogen alone or in combination with progesterone (for women with intact uteri).


Function: Progesterone is essential for preparing the uterus for pregnancy and maintaining pregnancy. It also helps regulate the menstrual cycle and supports overall reproductive health.

Hormone Therapy: Progesterone is often included in HRT to balance estrogen levels and protect the uterine lining. It can help alleviate symptoms such as irregular periods, mood changes, and sleep disturbances.

F A Q's

  • How much does it cost?
    At The Spa Wellness Center, We charge $55 for a brow lamination or $70 for a lamination, shape and tint.
  • How long does brow lamination and tint last?
    The effects of lamination lasts up to eight weeks, while the tinting can maintain its color for approximately four weeks. On average, individuals often find that brow lamination lasts between six to eight weeks.
  • Will brow lamination damage my natural brows?
    Rest assured, brow lamination does not impact the growth of your hair in any way. However, it's important to note that we refrain from laminating brows that are extremely fine or have a very light color. This precaution is taken to avoid any potential harm to the hair during the process.
  • Can you laminate over microbladed brows?
    As long as you are fully healed, we can!
  • Will it hurt?
    There should be no pain during a lamination or a tint. If you feel any discomfort, please say something to your estie!
  • How often will I need to have it done?
    We suggest every 8-10 weeks.

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