Living up to its name, the physician-supervised Skin Renaissance Clinic gives skin a new lease on life with a full slate of laser and facial treatments. A registered nurse wields Matrix IR technology to blast wrinkles, and slough away imperfections with microdermabrasion and chemical peels. They cull from Obagi and SkinMedica products to lavish faces with anti-aging serums, tapping into the skin’s self-healing and homework-deflecting properties.
Across the nation, Sona MedSpa's nurses beautify a range of skin types with the gentle touch of Alma and Cynosure lasers. Sun damage, moon damage, unwanted hair, and spider veins dissolve under the beams of these cosmetic lasers, which can also resurface complexions. They've got Botox and dermal fillers at their disposal, too, and they can even whiten teeth.
All this med-spa magic comes at the hands of service providers whom Sona only certifies after special training, an exam, and a 40-hour window of supervision. It's a regimen that, along with top-shelf technology and a high concern for laser safety, shows why Sona's been successful since its beginnings 15 years ago.
The Laser Specialists at Zapatat free clients from the burden of unwanted tattoos using an advanced RevLite SI laser. Like signaling "goodbye" to family members arranged from most favorite to least favorite, the laser uses a variety of wavelengths. This means it can erase nearly all ink colors from all skin types. The laser also is prized for its comparative gentleness, having been designed to avoid blistering or scarring.
Ensconced in the tranquil atmosphere of Spa310, licensed master-level stylists and aestheticians dedicate themselves to improving the appearance of their clients' skin and hair. More than 15 facials and peels can be customized to address different skin concerns. Meanwhile, an array of massage modalities provide different ways for the steady hands of licensed massage therapists to knead tension out of muscles. Spa310's experts also make use of the Cynosure Apogee Elite laser, which can address skin conditions ranging from unwanted hair to rosacea.
Rethinking The Ink aims to help mistakes disappear by arming themselves with advanced laser technology in a comfortable environment. Technicians remove tattoos by targeting ink under the outer layer of skin and breaking it down, which the body expunges naturally. To ease any discomfort, technicians employ a cryo-chilling machine to de-ouch skin before and during procedures and can include a topical anesthetic, as well, for especially sensitive clients.