At Essentials Wellness, Dr. Samuel Botta and aesthetician Cindy Ramsey work together to provide physician-supervised facial treatments with medical-grade products. Patients can glide across gleaming wooden floors to the waiting room, where they'll be met with plush couches and a flat-screen television. After enjoying some coffee, they can revel in a variety of facials, including an oxygen-treament, vitamin C, or acne facial. They also can experience a trichloroacetic-acid (TCA) peel, pumpkin peel, or body peel or slough off deadbeat skin cells with microdermabrasion.
We specialize in cosmetic surgery and skin care supervised by Dr. Michael Hueneke, a board certified plastic surgeon. Our friendly environment encourages patients to come in for a free consultation to fully explore their options and how we can help you get the look you desire.
While most of his peers were concentrating on their senior year of high school, 17-year-old Steven Bengelsdorf kept an eye toward the future and accepted a spot in Boston University’s prestigious six-year medical program. Fifteen years later, the gifted youth has transformed into an experienced physician who oversees a staff of nurses and medical aestheticians at The Franklin Center for Skin & Laser Surgery.
Dr. Bengelsdorf and his staff believe that minimally invasive treatments—chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and light-based therapy, to name a few—can rejuvenate the face just as effectively as surgical procedures and bobbing for live electrical wires. Personal consultations and examinations typify the individual approach they take to each treatment, and Dr. Bengelsdorf’s dedication to innovation has resulted in the facility’s penchant for technologically advanced solutions.
With an uncanny knack for inking realistic portraiture, the epidermal artists at Artistic Creations Tattoo etch custom images across skin canvases in vegan-friendly organic ink. Shop owner Michael Lanning excels in intricate renditions of favorite movie stars or favorite movie explosions while apprentice and Bard graduate Dare scrawls bold symbols. Small black and white designs, such as a pair of folded hands, start around $100, and large, detailed work, such as a portrait of Elvis or a compilation of all the listings in the telephone book, starts around $250. Clients can also adorn limbs with a black and white tattoo splashed with an infusion of color starting at around $150. During the tattooing process, clients can bring along a friend or iPod to keep them company, and detailed aftercare instructions promote speedy healing.
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