In order to enhance the skin’s natural beauty, the aestheticians at Glow Skincare Studio know they need to look deeper than its outermost layer. During their lymphatic-drainage treatment, team members wield LymphMed devices designed to remove the lymph that accumulates in subsurface layers over time, freeing skin from its dulling, wrinkle-producing effects. Once they’ve cleansed the deep dermal tissues of lingering toxins, they set to work tending the skin’s visible portions with facials customized with organic, paraben-free Atzen or Oha products. Before each of their signature, Glow Lux, or teen facials, the team consults with clients to learn about their deepest epidermal desires and explain what to expect during each facial.
The recipe for beautiful skin is simple: combine attentive care with innovative technology. At least that's the view of L'Essentiel's Dr. Vatche Seraderian and Susanna Barmakian. They draw from a well-curated collection of epidermal therapies to create custom regimens for their clients, saving skin from the embarrassment of arriving at parties with identical glows. Six different chemical peels, four injected dermal fillers, and two means to permanent hairlessness form the crux of the spa's smoothing repertoire.
The Zinnia flower that serves as Elite Medspa and Wellness? logo may symbolize memories, but their powerful SCITON laser actually makes memories?out of wrinkles, spider veins, and unwanted hair, that is. The team, led by medical director and Board-certified physician Dr. Saira Nisar, chose the SCITON laser for a slew of reasons. Not only is it completely capable of handling a rogues gallery of cosmetic complaints, but it dispatches them with the quickness. Its high-speed scanner?which allows the laser to pack a wallop without damaging tissue?is paired up with a computer-guidance system that evenly distributes heat and teaches the laser how to play chess when the office closes for the night.
But the medspa is more than just technology. The staff also works with time-honored treatments to beautify faces, such as chemical peels, Botox, and Juvederm. They even embrace downright ancient techniques, such as hot-stone massage and aromatherapy.
Lasers, chemical peels, and injectables are the primary anti-aging instruments in Arlington Medical Aesthetics’ beautifying arsenal. The staff, consisting of clinicians and a laser technician, is devoted to customizing each treatment to clients’ individual needs, whether they want to address bothersome wrinkles or feed a fascination with lasers born from a past life as a cat. The team offers a full range of aesthetic services, banishing fine lines with products such as Botox and Juvéderm, smoothing and tightening skin with chemical peels and microdermabrasion, and keeping complexions perpetually fuzz-free with laser hair removal.
All in One Laser's specialists earned the top spot for laser hair removal in Boston from CityVoter three years in a row. Armed with the GentleMax laser system—which contains both an Alexandrite and a YAG laser for lighter or darker skin, respectively—they scan a range of body areas to eradicate hair, making shaving, waxing, or giving stubble the evil eye a thing of the past. They also use lasers for other services including spider-vein reduction, age- and sunspot removal, and skin rejuvenation and wrinkle reduction.
When she graduated at the top of her aesthetics class nearly 20 years ago, Lisa Kahan was certified in both makeup artistry and skincare. She went on to earn several additional certifications, including one in chemical peels, which she performs at Total Skin Care II. The spa's menu is rounded with full-body waxing in addition to traditional facials, because facials from the future haven't been invented yet.