Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for one Fire and Ice chemical mask (a $150 value)
- $95 for two Fire and Ice chemical masks (a $300 value)
The medical aesthetician preps faces with a quick cleanse before the Fire stage—a peel using glycolic acid and retinol. The combination gently whisks away the top layer of skin in less than five minutes, making it easier for the Ice treatment's aloe vera, herbal antioxidants, and hyaluronic acid to penetrate skin. The combination may leave faces pink for about an hour after treatment, but it can reduce fine lines and wrinkles, even texture, and stimulate collagen production.
Not long after Dr. Kathryn Wood became a board-certified Ob/Gyn specialist in 1990, she began to gravitate toward medical aesthetics. Dr. Wood gathered a team of registered nurses, licensed medical aestheticians, and laser technicians to found Dermalase in 2000.
Today, the team firms up skin with Botox and Juvederm treatments. It also spot-treats fat with body-contouring sessions and resurfaces faces with Fraxel treatments, two services that tend to engender the most gratitude from clients. Most often, medical aestheticians find themselves performing tattoo removals. But for all the lasers and medical technology in the office, one of the medical aestheticians reports that the humble chemical peel is her favorite service to perform "because you get the fastest results for great looking skin!"
Business at a Glance
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: One person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Tattoo removal
Brands Used: Neo Cutis and IS Clinical