Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Scott Jenkins channels his appearance-enhancing expertise into noninvasive treatments and aesthetic services. Under his guidance, a team of specialists aim advanced laser systems at unwanted hairs, rough complexions, and patches of cellulite, or they spread on a coat of skincare products by Vitality Institute, gloProfessional, Theraderm, and Lélexo to treat blemishes. Dr. Jenkins and his team also boost countenances with minimally invasive injections of Botox and Dysport, each designed to temporarily relax the facial muscles responsible for making frown lines and freezing eyebrows into constantly suspicious arches.
The aestheticians at St Croix Skincare not only cleanse and balance complexions with therapeutic facials, they also teach their clients how to maintain healthy skincare regimens at home. They tackle dermal concerns such as blemishes, rosacea, and dryness with customized masks, serums, and sprinkler systems loaded with moisturizer. Ultrasound technology aids in deeper cleansing, whereas microdermabrasion treatments buff away dead skin cells with a diamond- or microcrystal-tipped wand. The team also whisks away unwanted hair with full-body waxing and bronzes birthday suits with airbrush spray tanning.
Amy Haugen was hesitant when she started mixing lotion with cranberry seed oil in her garage in 2007. Little did she know it would not only make her skin radiant, but also jumpstart a new business venture. After seeing the results on her own skin, Haugen handed it out to her friends in takeout salad dressing cups. From there, Haugen, a licensed esthetician with over 25 years experience, started Stillwater Skin and has created 29 products including body lotions and eye gels.
At Stillwater Skin, they use the healing properties of cranberry seed oil to provide toxin-free, certified vegan skin care products. These all-natural products infuse skin with vitamins, antioxidants, and polyunsaturated fats that leave skin hydrated and vibrant. She and her team continue to do everything themselves, from crafting lotions to hand-delivering their products to clients throughout the St.Paul area. The skin specialists at Stillwater Skin also rejuvenate skin with exfoliating microdermabrasion treatments and brow waxes. Their photofacials use broadband light to treat sun damage caused by years of UV bullying.
Registered nurse Amy Zortman employs eight years of experience in cosmetic tattooing while enhancing features with permanent-makeup applications. She thickens and defines eyebrows with feather-like strokes, or creates the illusion of brighter peepers with liner for the upper and lower lids. By outlining the lips, she highlights their shape and prevents lipstick from coloring outside the lines. Alternatively, she darkens and augments the color of lips by shading them with full color.
The experienced technicians at Laser by Lisa work to get rid of unwanted ink with quick, expert laser tattoo-removal treatments. During a consultation, tattoo eradicators explain the procedure and answer any questions before targeting tattoos with advanced lasers. Their deft hands will work to seamlessly rectify past mistakes, such as the name of an ex-lover or a proclamation that smoking cigarettes strengthens the lungs. Though not painless, the procedure lasts for only 30 minutes.
Stonewater Skin and Laser offers an assortment of cosmetic services, including peels, laser hair removal, scar revision, and skin tightening. With today’s deal, Stonewater's medical director Dr. Dave Christianson will inject between-the-brow muscles with Botox, a purified protein formula, giving recipients reduced frown lines and younger-looking skin. The mildly invasive treatments take 10–15 minutes to administer, and can help relaxed muscles reminisce about their glory days for up to four months after each unit.