Smith Cosmetic is a full service aesthetic medicine clinic owned and operated by Dr. David Smith. Our staff is highly trained and experienced and dedicated to providing excellent care to our clients. Our primary goal is to help you achieve the best aesthetic medicine results possible without surgery and little down time
Dr. Robert J. Rosenstein, director of Affiliated Podiatrists Inc., has been tending to feet since 1981. Today, he leads a team of podiatric pros that craft customized treatment plans for clients suffering from everything from plantar fasciitis and ingrown toenails to fungal infections and mythological arrows lodged in the heel. The experts first diagnose and treat each client's needs. Once treatment is completed, they advise clients on the best way to maintain their improved health. The doctors’ expertise also extends to geriatric and diabetic foot concerns—and they even make house calls.
At Radiance Laser & Aesthetics Spa, laser technicians with more than 20 years of experience harness the light spectrum's most therapeutic wavelengths to bolster epidermal youthfulness. Their FDA-approved hair-removal laser boasts a cryogenic cooling system, which keeps skin comfortable as beams inhibit hair growth. Other devices are tailored to target wrinkles, sagging skin, or vascular lesions with the aim of keeping telltale signs of aging or living 12,000 feet below sea level at bay.
The seasoned, friendly tendril-tamers at The Hare Hut civilize savage cuticles and pacify surly digits with expert nail services. With a professional manicure, customers relax as grabby grapplers are buffed, filed, and polished to glistening perfection. Meanwhile, the bundled pedicure service revamps toes so they feel gorgeous enough to approach dapper shoes and ask them out on a date. As their phalanges are thoroughly mollycoddled, patrons can soak in the welcoming ambience of The Hare Hut’s brightly colored furnishings and warmly lit space.
Spartas infuses serenity into peaceful patrons with relaxing, therapeutic treatments. Nullify nagging knots and kinks in bone-and-muscle storage devices by appeasing them with the soothing strokes of a massage ($35) instead of rubbing them with a homemade apple pie. The detoxifying aromatherapy steam ($10) cleanses dirt, grime, and oil from the pores while softening the skin. A hand paraffin treatment ($15) exfoliates dead skin cells from hardworking phalanges with the Beauticontrol instant manicure and softens appendage ends with a repair cream. Multiple layers of paraffin are then applied to make hands silky smooth and ready for glove fittings or afternoons spent shaving coconuts.
At Good Health Rejuvenation, a skin savior repairs dingy dermis with two types of Glytone chemical peels. A salicylic-acid peel gently wipes away excess oil, dirt, and chalk drawings of Conrad Bain from blemish-prone skin on a client's face, back, and chest, and the glycolic-acid peel irons out fine lines, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation, leaving skin looking millions of seconds younger. Clients can then procure medical-grade skincare products such as a mild gel or cream wash ($29), facial cream ($42–$46), or exfoliating lotion ($32–$38) to continue their skincare regimen at home. Though rare, side effects for both peels can include mild pain and itching and can last for up to a week.