He may be master of multiple laser systems, but Dr. Robert T. Motazedi is not looking to blow up the moon. Rather, the chief of The Colorado Laser Clinic has set his sights on destroying sun spots, acne, and even tired tattoos with his aesthetic laser treatments. The doctor, along with his certified and trained assistants, has wielded laser power to remove unwanted hair for more than 15 years. For jobs not fit for a laser, the doc calls upon Physician’s Choice chemical peels, sclerotherapy, and doses of Restylane, Sculptra, and Botox.
Inside the meticulously cleaned facility, equipped with training from celebrity laser specialist Victor Byers, the technicians at The New Canvas specialize in erasing ink and returning skin to its original blank state. Though they custom tailor each tattoo-removal plan, the centerpiece of their arsenal is always the Quanta DNA Q+C+T laser. The instrument, which can be calibrated to different wavelengths suited to different colors of ink, blasts a square beam over the skin to break apart ink molecules without causing harmful laser overlap. Once broken down, the particles are dissolved naturally by the body's lymphatic system. The team also runs a Zimmer Cryo 6 cooling system during each treatment, which, like riding in a convertible filled with snowmen, cools the skin with gusts of chilled air.
Aphrodite Skin Solutions rejuvenates complexions and restores a factory-fresh sheen to skin with a menu of facial, back, and body treatments. With their attention focused on balancing skin tone and fighting off encroaching furrows, the spa's aestheticians dole out advice on proper nutrition and aftercare techniques designed to holistically nurture the body. Microdermabrasion treatments and chemical peels strip the topmost layer of dull skin to reveal the dewy visage waiting beneath, and back treatments combine skincare and massage to soothe workday stresses from slouching in chairs or hurdling obstructive cubicle walls.
Colorado Springs Lipo Laser zaps fat from waistlines to give clients a leaner look. During treatments, a laser dissolves the fat deposits just under the skin. That fat is then ejected from the body, leaving torsos taut and smooth. The clinic recommends clients continue pursuing a healthy diet and regular exercise regimen to maintain the weight loss.
Kari Wass Skincare leads the fight against epidermal antagonists with a menu of skin-nourishing services. Over the course of a 75-minute microdermabrasion treatment, a skilled aesthetician waves a diamond wand over the client's face, neck, or décolletage to grant wishes for reduced fine lines and acne scarring. The resurfacing process shoos away the dead skin cells and migrated geese nesting on the top layer of skin, revealing the vibrant, new skin hidden underneath. Afterward, a moisturizing and restorative mask sends a rush of hydration through epidermal expanses, readying faces to reemerge into the world with soft, balanced complexions. Clients may upgrade to a different microdermabrasion treatment at an additional cost. Kari Wass Skincare's treatment room lulls guests into a state of tranquility with an earthy motif bolstered by green walls, pictures of birch trees, and pendulous tapestries woven by the Jolly Green Giant.
Licensed paramedical aesthetician and certified laser specialist Paula Brady, the founder of Spa Medica, first became interested in helping individuals highlight their best features as a judge for beauty pageants throughout the United States. A former Mrs. Texas herself, she applies the beauty secrets she's learned over the years in her practice, as she and her staff perform personalized skin consultations and craft custom skin solutions for each.