Board-certified surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Raval possesses a high level of skill when it comes to aesthetic procedures, even sharing his expertise by training other medical professionals in how to properly administer Botox. At Rocky Mountain Laser Aesthetics, he trains his own staff to perform a variety of revitalizing services, including laser hair reduction and Sciton laser treatments that reduce the appearance of veins or freckles caused by flying too close to the sun. Treatments specifically for the face, such as IPL photofacials and DiamondTome microdermabrasion, diminish wrinkles and signs of sun damage to leave the skin looking younger.
The staff at Reveal Zerona Laser Body Slimming harnesses FDA-approved Zerona cold-laser technology, designed to reduce corporeal circumferences by an average of 3.5 inches. During sessions, clients relax beneath a beam-slinging apparatus for 40 minutes as it glides low-light lasers over their waistlines, backs, hips, and thighs, emulsifying adipose tissue so that fat can sneak its way out of the body. The disintegrated lipid depots can then be absorbed by the body’s obsessively tidy lymphatic system and expelled through the body’s natural detoxification process and complex system of water slides. The noninvasive treatment does not require any recovery time. The staff suggests that patients can boost results with healthful eating habits, daily exercise, and regular hydration. Like sumo-wrestling costumes, caffeine and alcohol decrease the procedure’s potency.
Laser Beauty Works's certified laser specialists and licensed aestheticians boost each client's natural beauty with technologically enhanced skin therapies and cosmetic medical treatments. Patients relax in the comfort of a private treatment room as experienced techs use a Cutera laser system to zap hair follicles all over the body, and a built-in cooling tip keeps skin safe from the heat. The spa's aestheticians revive dull or mature faces with the infrared-light energy of a radiance-restoring Titan laser, which delivers infrared heat deep into skin to even tone and renew skin's natural glow. During dermaplaning sessions, a highly experienced aesthetician deeply exfoliates skin with a sterile surgical blade, sloughing off dry, dull skin to leave complexions sleeker than a naked mole rat zipping down a slip 'n' slide greased with canola oil.
Dawnyel Himes, co-founder of Mad Peaches, wants to give her clients speedy solutions to their aesthetic problems. With an understanding that most people don't have the time and resources for plastic surgery or cryogenic sleep, she employs lasers to offer services such as skin tightening, hair removal, and vein removal. She also uses the power of light to zap unwanted tattoos, toenail fungus, and stretch marks from birthday suits with minimal downtime.
Carma, one of the steady-handed stylists at Salon Phoenix, employs American Crew, Pureology, and L'Oreal Professional products, along with precise snips of the scissors, to gift clients new, flattering haircuts. Through Carma's salon services, men and women can acquire new 'dos, trade faded hair color for vibrant new hues, infuse strength into distressed locks, or brandish curls and braids strong enough to double as climbing rope.
Each flower in the bouquet of services is tailored to fit individual needs and skin types. The comprehensive revivification begins with a half-hour basic facial (a $60 value) to clear pores of Silly Putty, sparking a warm glow. Next, digit caps receive some TLC with a one-hour spa manicure (a $35 value), with "No Scrubs" playing in the background. Once fingertips are in check, hair tips will be cut, shampooed, and styled to meet personal preferences (a $50 value). Laser hair removal is available for curious cats and scheming supervillains—you get one session in one area such as the underarms, brow, upper lip, chin, cheek, or sideburns ($150–$200 value). If lasers aren't your bag of Fritos, opt for the hydrafacial microdermabrasion instead, which hydrates as it exfoliates to deeply clean the skin of dead skin cells and impurities.