With backgrounds in serving as a nurse in Army intensive care units to years working in medical aesthetics, TLC Skin Care Clinic's duo of master aestheticians takes skincare very seriously. Not only does that mean designing top-notch facials?one client gushed it was "the best facial I ever had"; it also means supporting cancer survivors on their road to recovery. They do this by correcting brow-hair loss with permanent makeup services and perking up complexions with custom medical facials. Those interested in more cosmetic treatments can choose from a half-dozen injectables, including Botox and Juvederm, or get individual lash extensions that might make your lashes tall enough to finally ride roller coasters by themselves.
TLC Skin Care Clinic employs two women with extensive credentials. Stephanie Negrete, a registered nurse and licensed aesthetician, is a US Army veteran who served in intensive care units during her service. Danell Banks boasts more than a decade in the field of medical aesthetics, and specializes in chemical peels and dermaplaning. Accompanied by an onsite doctor, these two bring cutting-edge skincare treatments to the table. Stephanie uses Botox and dermal fillers to iron out wrinkles, and they both offer custom medical facials and peels to coax out color and detox pores. In addition, their office is equipped with advanced technology that allows them to perform nonsurgical galvanic and radio-frequency treatments that help clients retain their youthful looks.
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Signature Service: Medical-grade chemical peel
Brands Used: Obagi, PCA Skin, and bareMinerals makeup
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Minimum Age Requirement: 13
Mod Skin And Body's massage therapists, aestheticians, and nail technicians aren't the only ones who are good with their hands. Its owner actually created the repurposed barn doors that decorate the spa in their garage. They also crafted the chevron-patterned wood installation in the waiting room by hand.
The spa's rustic-chic decor includes a handcrafted pedicure bench, as well. This tufted banquette pairs with a crystal chandelier to add a dash of luxury to the pedicure station.
While indulgences for the eyes abound here, it's the spa treatments that keep clients coming back for more. These include everything from gentlemen's facials to Obagi chemical peels to makeup tutorials that use bareMinerals products.
When patients talk about Dr. Teresa Richter, the phrases "caring," "knowledgeable," and "talent for listening" come up over and over again. The naturopathic physician's legion of fans appreciate not only her compassion and wisdom, but her holistic approach to healthcare and the effectiveness of her services. Dr. Richter eschews medication and surgery for a prevention-based method of care, seeking to help bodies heal themselves and grow their own stethoscopes. She offers various treatments at Kirkland Family Health and Wellness Center, including laser therapy and supplemental injections, as well as hormone- and nutrient-level testing.
At Cosmetic Surgical Arts Center, owner and triple board-certified surgeon Dr. Donald Wortham uses his expertise and certifications in cosmetic, facial plastic and reconstructive, and head-and-neck surgery to sculpt and contour bodies during a range of surgical procedures. Because plastic surgery is a weighty decision, the doctor strives to inform each patient about the details about their desired service and tailor each procedure to the patient receiving it. A thorough presurgical consultation not only helps the patient understand their procedure, but also informs the physician about the patient's aesthetic concerns. With this knowledge, the surgeon devises a custom treatment plan and presents it to the patient through detailed discussion and spirited rounds of Pictionary.
Since 1996, a medical aesthetician has helmed Cosmetic Surgical Arts Center's full-service med spa. To ensure clients get the best effects, the aesthetician personally researches and evaluates many skincare lines before offering them for purchase. They remove unwanted hair with a LightSheer laser and perform a slate of Aromatic spa facials, clinical chemical peels, and microdermabrasion treatments.