Helmed by experienced physicians and medical practitioners, Medi-Spa Services LLC conspires to restore skin to youthful vim and vigor via services such as skin tightening, wrinkle reduction, acne resurfacing, and cellulite reduction. Additionally, special lasers blast unwanted hair from their abodes and evict fungus from toenails. Their wrinkle-smoothing Botox treatments last usually for up to four months, ensuring skin as unfurrowed as the Secret Garden's even more-secret cabbage patch. In addition to their in-house treatments, the knowledgeable staff also helps partnering practices to launch into the Non-Invasive Cosmetic Enhancement (NICE) business by supplying them with state-of-the-art technology, custom marketing material, and training.
Registered nurse and certified laser specialist Sharon E. Blondeau is adept at removing pigment from the skin, whether that pigment was placed there by a tattoo artist's needle or occurred naturally in the form of age spots and freckles. She does so using the CynoSure Affinity Q-Switched and Accolade Q-Switched lasers, which treat tattoo colors including hard-to-remove reds, greens, and even black. The lasers come in a variety of wavelengths so they can quickly treat large areas, like the stomach part of a tattoo of fat Elvis juggling.
Dermatologist Howard L. Brooks, MD has shared his skincare expertise with a litany of national media outlets, including CNN, CBS, Fox Morning News, and The Dr. Oz Show. An associate professor at the Howard University College of Medicine, Dr. Brooks edifies aspiring doctors though lectures as well as scientific and clinical articles that have been published in peer-reviewed journals and on napkins at late-night diners. Combining the clinical services of a physician’s office with the relaxing ambiance of a day spa, Dr. Brooks and his staff perform medical and cosmetic dermatology services and noninvasive skincare treatments for the face and body.
Technicians dispatch beams from a Q-switch laser to break up pigment and leave a blank swatch of skin in its wake. During a free consultation, pros evaluate client's health history and bring in two-dimensional veterinarians to examine sparrow tattoos before dissolving the design. A page of frequently asked questions reveals that the pulses of high-intensity light, mitigated by the instrument's Zimmer Cryo cooling system, typically feel like the snapping of a rubber band. Professional tattoos generally take 4 to 10 treatments to fully fade. Inked clients may opt, however, to have tattoos lightened in preparation for a cover-up or to erase a section of a larger piece.
Dr. Drew Varano knows that practice makes perfect. That?s why he?s bolstered his experience with more than 1,500 liposuction procedures and 1,200 Fraxel treatments. Inside Medical Cosmetic Enhancements, Dr. Varano and his team perform more than 5,000 treatments per year, many of which can be done in 30 minutes or less. The practice uses laser light to liquefy fat cells, remove unwanted hair, resurface the skin, and train secret agents to give a PowerPoint presentation. Dr. Varano's injectable treatments reduce wrinkles, and his medically supervised diets help clients lose up to 1 pound of fat per day.
Zapatat's team of doctors and licensed aestheticians employs laser technology to effectively remove unwanted ink from clients of all skin types. Tattoos are measured and examined during initial consultations to determine the number of treatments needed for removal. During the procedure, a high-powered RevLite SI laser produces nanosecond pulses of light in multiple wavelengths, effectively breaking down ink particles of any color without heating up the surrounding skin. The Zimmer Cryo 6 chiller and a topical numbing cream applied before the treatment also work to reduce discomfort. Guests can enjoy a complimentary beverage and take advantage of Zapatat's free WiFi.