Youthful looks may fade, but Bedford Laser & Medispa specializes in minimizing the effects of time by employing a comprehensive arsenal of advanced aesthetic technology. Overseeing these treatments is Dr. Howard Suls?a board-certified family physician with a passion for cosmetic care and more than 25 years of experience treating various skin disorders. Dr. Suls and his staff rely on high-tech equipment, such as the Palomar StarLux 300 cosmetic laser system. The system can deliver pulses of laser light energy to the skin to inhibit the growth of unwanted stubble or minimize the appearance of age spots, fine lines, and other common blemishes. Similarly, Fraxel technology noninvasively improves skin tone and texture, and sclerotherapy procedures fade unsightly spider veins. Botox injections and dermal fillers can also help reduce wrinkles and smooth out skin.
The medical team at New England Eye and Facial Specialists uses innovative technology to create personalized plans of care that treat optical and epidermal ailments. Board-certified Ophthalmologist Adam Beck M.D.?a former clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School?improves eyesight with procedures such as LASIK or PRK laser corrective surgery. Supported by a team of aesthetic nurses and medical aestheticians, the center revives appearances with advanced skincare and innovative technology that range from skin tightening with Pelleve to CosMedix and Results RX physician-only chemical peels that calm all skin types.
Headed by Michele Sasmor, a board-certified doctor who specializes in reconstructive surgery, and comprising aestheticians versed in medspa technology, Pell? Medical Spa features advanced methods for reversing signs of aging. Lasers play a big role in the treatments here, helping clients rid themselves of unwanted body hair or attain, through photo facials, toned complexions. Other cosmetic treatments made possible through science include scar reduction, skin resurfacing, and Botox. And aestheticians also conduct decidedly less-clinical skincare treatments such as facials and microdermabrasions, giving clients a wide variety of means to achieve their goals, whether they're trying to treat a specific blemish or simply look like the Gerber baby.
A makeover doesn't have to involve a drastic haircut, a new wardrobe, or a new government-supplied identity. That's why BG Makeovers Advanced Skin Care & Spa co. focuses on simple skin solutions. Inside the beauty hotspot, aestheticians treat a wide range of skin issues with their services. Blackheads and dull skin are no match for the manual exfoliation, extractions, and brightening mask included in the BG luxurious signature spa facial. Age spots, wrinkles, and uneven skin tone are visibly reduced thanks to the micro needling pen, which stimulates collagen and elastin production. Acne and skin redness decrease with the Osmosis facial infusion, a gentle peel that employs the high-quality Osmosis skin care line.
Dr. Lisa Hatzos, owner of Renew MediSpa, has been enhancing appearances with nonsurgical aesthetic treatments since 2005. These knife-less procedures include beauty injections that tame wrinkled muscles or restore fullness to deflated features, as well as microdermabrasion and chemical peels. Dr. Hatzos and her team use lasers to zap unwanted body hair, tighten lax skin, and swat menacingly at spider veins. Velashape treatments, meanwhile, smooth cellulite and contour the body. Some of the more traditional spa offerings available at this modern facility include cleansing facials and mani-pedis.
Pure Salon & Spa's aestheticans and stylists sculpt hair and soothe skin with Aveda products. In addition to using these high-quality products, the space boasts a combination of steam and vichy showers, which staff members incorporate into packages such as the champagne-and-roses body-scrub and shea-butter experience. The experience begins with a grape body scrub that removes the top layer of skin. It doesn't linger long enough to get as sticky as a cinnamon-bun bikini, though. Instead, clients stretch out on a waterproof bed as a vichy shower's multiple nozzles bathe their bodies in warm water. The resident aesthetician concludes the treatment by massaging clients with whipped champagne and rose shea butter to leave skin moist and soft.