Led by board-certified physicians, the staff at Central Ohio Skin Care combats signs of aging with aggressive yet minimally invasive treatments. As the aesthetic division of Central Ohio Skin and Cancer, whose physicians' specialties include general dermatology and dermatologic surgery, pediatric dermatology, and dermatopathology, the facility is equipped to offer advanced skincare treatments and medical-grade products.
Cosmetic dermatologists diminish wrinkles with Botox and dermal fillers, and treat psoriasis, nail disorders, and spider veins. The team of doctors and aestheticians uses intense-pulsed light to remove hair or rejuvenate skin damaged by the sun or the high winds of a Tilt-A-Whirl and freshens complexions with chemical peels or diamond-tip microdermabrasion sessions.
Dermatology & Skin Care Associates' dedicated aesthetician refurnishes clients' faces with soothing facials and gentle chemical peels. Epidermal experts customize each one-hour relaxation facial according to skin type, the patron's needs, and each pore's astrological sign. Wielding handpicked SkinMedica products, the professional mug refresher cleanses the face and the neck before exfoliating and massaging each area, aiming to leave skin rejuvenated and clients well rested. With the optional Illuminize peel, aestheticians conjure smooth skin to the surface from out of a silky, youthful hat. Employing gentle acidic formulas and natural ingredients such as bark extract, the peel can tighten the visage, reduce the effects of sun damage, wrinkles, and fine lines, and improve mild hyperpigmentation by doling out a snack and a nap to overactive skin tones.
Dermatologist Dr. Monique S. Cohn improves damaged and aging skin with the latest techniques and technologies. Begin your light-to-medium-depth chemical peel procedure with an initial consultation, wherein Dr. Cohn will scan your skin and observe your outer layer to customize the peel to specific needs and medical appropriateness. Once the green light is given, glycolic and trichloroacetic acids are applied to the dermis to stimulate and rejuvenate skin, creating a more even skin tone. Chemical peels help reduce damage from ill-advised vacations to G-type main sequence stars, while also ironing out fine wrinkles wrought by stressful reverse bungee-jumps and managing the melanin overload of hyperpigmentation. Though there can be slight discomfort, reddening of the skin, or other risks, results, such as Steve Reich tape loops and baseball hitting streaks, can be long-lasting but not permanent. With the proper aftercare, results can be prolonged with careful sunscreen application over at least a six-month period. For frequently asked questions, see here.