The Face Place?s team of registered nurses and medical aestheticians helps clients with rejuvenating services focused on improving one of our most defining features: the face. The staff wields IPL technology to treat acne, rosacea, and sun damage and injects muscles with fillers that reduce the appearance of fine lines. The talent doesn?t stop there as staffers blast the skin with aluminum crystal and suction away dead skin cells and other debris to reveal youthful, clear game boards. They also use their expertise to create custom masks that prevent breakouts and cleanse deep within pores with pumpkin and fruit enzymes to brighten complexions.
The aestheticians at Artistic Additions specialize in enhancing natural looks with permanent makeup such as lip liner, eyeliner, or scar camouflage. Staff are also adept at attaching eyelash extensions and performing microdermabrasions that work to clear away skin imperfections using small crystals.
Led by medical director Dr. Rodney Lindsay, the aesthetic experts at Derma Spa Laser Clinic wield lasers to remove unwanted hair, tattoos, and veins. The clinic’s treatment rooms provide a relaxing environment as technicians treat skin with products from DermaMedics. Each beautifying service, from IPL photofacials to light-based acne-removal treatments, begins with a free consultation, wherein clients and technicians determine the correct course of treatment to diminish spider veins, plump wrinkles with fillers, or remove tattoos depicting their favorite television or real-life alien.
The expert technicians at Lipolaser Centers deploy the clever beams of a laser to shave off excess weight in about an hour. During this signature, noninvasive treatment, low-level pulses gently persuade retained water and lingering lipids to relinquish disputed territory in regions such as the abdomen, buttocks, thighs, and lower back. After two sessions, patients may observe up to two-inch reductions from their waistlines and a newfound ability to squeeze themselves through skeleton keyholes.
After a trip to Spa On The Square, you may smell like you got lost in a baker's kitchen. The enticing aromas spring from services such as peppermint scalp massages and foot scrubs that incorporate honey and brown sugar, add-ons to a list of soothing body treatments. The rest of the spa's menu, though not quite as infused with appetizing fragrances, yields equally sweet visits. Custom facials begin with a skin analysis, then lead into a double cleansing, exfoliation, and a pressure-point massage, which clients can top off with a gentle Aveda Perfecting plant peel. At hairstyling stations, the salon staff fashions new cuts and imbues them with color or smoothing keratin formulas.
Meanwhile, med-spa professionals fade wrinkles, sun damage, and acne with microdermabrasion sessions. Their laser technology enables them to reduce spots of discoloration and firm up sagging skin, as well as inhibit hair growth. Aestheticians can also remove unwanted strands through sugaring or waxing.
Regardless of their appointment type, guests achieve serenity in a welcoming environment?owner Martha Blue means for her spa to be an excuse for self-nurture. In addition to providing single treatments, she composes packages and hosts private parties, which can include meals set in a private dining room.
Located inside the office of board-certified plastic surgeon Scott E. Kasden, M.D., F.A.C.S., Southlake Complete Skin Care combines the comfort of a spa with the training and technology of a medical office. Under Dr. Kasden's supervision, an experienced medical aesthetician performs skincare treatments, such as facials and peels, using products by Obagi Medical and glo. The team uses NuFace microcurrent facial-toning devices to address skin laxity on the jawline, cheeks, or brows and a laser system to remove unwanted hair from legs, bikini lines, or silk cravats.