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- All laser hair removal recommended 8-12 treatments
- Laser hair removal
- Laser skin tightening
- Diamond microdermabrasion
- Chemical peels
- High frequency treatments and more…..
Laser Hair Removal
- Full Face
- Full neck
- Neck Strip
- Upper Lip
- Side Burns
- Lower or upper back
- Upper back and Shoulders
- Full Back
- Full arms
- Half Arms
- Under Arms
- Happy trail
- Bikini line
- Full Brazilian
- Inner or outer thigh
- Full upper legs
- Full lower legs
- Full Legs
All laser hair removal recommended 8-12 treatments
- Full body
Laser Skin Tightening
- Full Face
- Neck and Face
- Inner or outer thighs
Diamond Microdermabrasion Facial
I use a minimally abrasive instrument to gently sand your skin, removing the thicker, uneven outer layer. This type of skin rejuvenation is used to treat light scarring, discoloration, sun damage, and stretch marks.
Provides cleansing, exfoliation, extractions and hydration, while also applying antioxidants, salicylic acid and glycolic acid for healthier looking skin. This is a noninvasive , nonsurgical procedure that can help reduce the problems of acne and oily skin with no discomfort or downtime. Continued treatments once or twice a month are recommended to maintain optimal results.
- Improve age spots and black heads.
- Improve hyper-pigmentation (patches of darkened skin).
- Exfoliate your skin, resulting in a refreshed appearance.
- Lessen the appearance of stretch marks.
- Reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
- Reduce or eliminate enlarged pores.
- Treat acne and the scars left by acne.
Microdermabrasion helps to thicken your collagen, which results in a younger looking complexion. Collagen is a protein in your skin that’s abundant when you’re a child and makes skin appear taut and smooth. Collagen production declines as we age, resulting in looser, uneven skin.
Glycolic Chemical Peel
Glycolic acid peels (formulated from sugar cane) are virtually downtime-free skin treatments, which come with mild redness or irritation as the only likely after-effect. Glycolic acid chemical peels are ideal for people who suffer from excess sebum, and these treatments may rejuvenate the skin without much downtime. Glycolic acid peels, in particular, contain alphahydroxy acids (AHAs) that gently exfoliate the skin to unclog oil-filled sebaceous glands. Peels that utilize AHAs penetrate the skin and help remove layers of dull, dry skin. The skin renewal cycle is roughly 28 to 32 days without any exfoliation assistance, but AHA peels can speed up the process. A series of five in-office peels (spaced three weeks apart) can be effective for alleviating minor skin spots and blemishing.
TCA Chemical Peel
The TCA (trichloroacetic acid) peel is one of the oldest forms of skin resurfacing. Skin resurfacing refers to use of an agent or device to remove layers of skin, thereby allowing newer, refreshed skin to grow in its place. Dermabrasion and lasers are also used for skin resurfacing. Chemical peels such as TCA and phenol have been around for many years and have a long track record of success.
A TCA peel can be used as a mild, medium, or deep chemical formulation; this relates to the depth of penetration of the acid. The depth of penetration correlates to the percentage of TCA in the solution.
During a chemical peel, the skin is cleaned and then treated with a solution known as a wounding or exfoliating agent. The solution is intended to destroy portions of the skin to which it is applied, encouraging the growth of new skin in its place over a period of time following the procedure. Toward the end of the treatment, the chemical is neutralized. The strength of the solution and length of time are dependent upon the type of peel, with medium and deep peels using stronger chemicals that are applied in multiple 15-minute increments during a 60 to 90 minute procedure. The level of sedatives and pain medications that are used also correlate to the extensiveness of the peel.
Over the following days to weeks, skin on the treated area will peel and begin the process of creating new layers to replace those that have been destroyed. Skin must be cared for properly during recovery to ensure proper healing, long-lasting results, and avoid infection. Sun exposure has the potential to introduce color changes and hyper-pigmentation, therefore it is important to avoid this until the skin has finish peeling completely and daily sunscreen use can be added to the post-procedure regimen.