Dr. Wang and his staff of aestheticians at NewScience MD exfoliate countenances with aluminum-oxide crystals or a diamond-tipped wand during skin-smoothing microdermabrasion treatments. During an initial one-hour session, doctors first consult with patients to determine the best treatment options based on their skin type and total number of faces. Then, they’ll wield the microdermabrasion method of the client’s choice to scrub away rough skin, acne scars, fine lines, and hyperpigmentation over the course of a 30-minute treatment. The NewScience MD staff recommends three–six treatments every two weeks for best results and skin as soft as a cloud made of cashmere sweaters.
After not quite fitting into the invasive world of plastic surgery, aesthetician Lynn O'Connor struck out on her own to treat clients using holistic skincare therapies. She urges clients to invest in the long-term improvements that they can harvest from doses of vitamin C, vitamin A, and peptides—ingredients she uses in both her facials and her own line of chirally correct skincare products. In addition to performing traditional facials, Lynn uses advanced technologies such as DiamondTome microdermabrasion, Rejuvalight phototherapy, and shrink rays for treating oversize pores.:m]]
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From their home within Phenix Salon Suites, the aestheticians of Sunny Day Spa brighten and clear complexions with Image and Sanitas skincare products. Whether reeling from acne or frustrated by wrinkles, skin finds a form of relief best suited to its needs. Chemical peels and microdermabrasion treatments help minimize the appearance of facial imperfections such as age spots, fine lines, sun damage, and blemishes, while anti-aging facials use microcurrent technology to help lift and tone sagging facial muscles. Once complexions are back to their radiant selves, the spa's aestheticians can fine tune features by waxing brows or by tinting lashes to complement skin tone or match a new pair of lime-green contact lenses.
Lisa Samuelson calls upon an extensive education––which includes training in hyperpigmentation, facial massage, and advanced microdermabrasion––to keep faces looking their best as they serve as the brain's communication liaison. Her services cover various aspects of skin care, including facials and chemical peels, which she uses to treat issues such as acne. Ms. Samuelson also holds certification as a lash tech, which means she can use synthetic Minkys lash extensions to give her clients' eyes a fuller, more flirtatious look.
Opened in 2010, Laser Treatment Associates is confident that their specialized approach will prove superior in a toe-to-toe comparison with other toenail-fungus-treatment methods. Unlike prescription oral medication, the lasers used by the practice aren't associated with adverse side effects; and whereas topical ointments must be applied regularly to take effect, just a handful of visits to Laser Treatment Associates allow many patients to nip fungus in the bud.
Za Zen Day Spa provides a relaxing atmosphere for personal wellness treatments tailored to the physical, mental, and emotional needs of all gracious guests. With today’s Groupon, stresstronauts will hop inside an infrared sauna suit body-wrap and let far-infrared rays therapeutically remove toxins, improve blood flow, and speed up metabolic processes, rejuvenating the body from mind to toe. During the treatment, the increased body temperatures trigger white blood cell and T-cell production, which can enhance immune system functionality and overall health. To appease esthetic aspirations, this easy and relaxing process also opens clogged pore doors, evicting dirt and oil, which then reduces acne and other class portrait disasters, such as forgetting a comb or using pizza instead of makeup powder. Relax overworked gray matter or the human flesh it controls and enjoy a total-body tune-up at Za Zen Day Spa.