Smooth skin gives you an untouched canvas to stick latex wounds on so that you can leave work early. Alter your appearance with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $69 for a choice of one Fire and Ice facial or one dermaplaning treatment with a fruit-acid peel (up to a $150 value)
- $129 for a choice of two Fire and Ice facials or two dermaplaning treatments with fruit-acid peels (up to a $300 value)
Fire and Ice facials use both a warming intensive-resurfacing mask and a cooling rejuvenating mask to dissolve dead skin while hydrating the smooth, new skin beneath it. Dermaplaning treatments are performed with a very fine SkinCeuticals surgical blade, ideal for clients who are not candidates for chemical peels or laser treatments. A trained staff member holds the sterile blade at a 45-degree angle to the face to gently exfoliate the skin in a manner similar to shaving. This removes dead skin cells and fine facial hairs to leave a smoother, younger-looking canvas for makeup and other products. The fruit-acid peel that follows the dermaplaning treatment uses nourishing ingredients such as blueberry or pumpkin and orange to further exfoliate the skin. The blueberry peel contains 1% glycolic and 1% salicylic acid to help minimize pores, and the pumpkin-orange peel is packed with vitamins A and C to enhance skin's natural glow.
Clients who undergo dermaplaning and peels may experience post-treatment peeling and are advised to wear sunscreen. The staff recommends dermaplaning treatments be scheduled three to four weeks apart.
Dr. Jennifer Kish works to boost her patients' self-confidence through modern aesthetic services. At Seriously Skin, she combats wrinkles and hyperpigmentation with a menu of facials, injections, and laser treatments. Through these services, she hopes to not only correct the problems she finds but also to stave off future dermal damage with preventive measures and cosmeceutical products. Additionally, she makes use of the LightSheer Duet laser, which zaps unwanted body hair more quickly than traditional lasers or robotic Annie Oakleys.