Dr. Jeffrey Passer relays his 35 years of medical expertise during each revitalizing session performed by the Skin Suite's resident esthetician. Clients first bathe their faces in the scanning light of a Woods lamp, which illuminates their skin type and primary issues, from dry skin to oily skin to skin covered in Pogs. The exfoliating Nelly De Vuyst keratolyse facial, customized according to the wisdom of the skin lamp, forces pores to relinquish their hoarded impurities while promoting vigorous cell renewal for a fresher facial tableau. Scars and sunspots can also fade during the facial, leaving clients with a smoother, more evenly toned layer. A finishing facial wax rousts out rogue hairs in undesired regions, stylishly shaping eyebrows into expressive arches or ellipses.
Effective for any skin type, the quick and non-invasive microdermabrasion treatment accelerates cellular turnover on the surface layer of the skin by exfoliating with a safe, controlled vacuum. The treatment helps clear acne scars, wrinkles, crow’s feet stuck in foreheads, and damaged skin to restore a primped and youthful visage. The certified staff of medically trained skin savants will happily explain the procedure and answer any questions. They'll prepare the pore party with a thorough washing to remove excess oil and dirt. A medical professional targets needy areas, exhuming dead skin cells and tilling the dermis for easy growth of shiny new collagen. Fortifying moisturizers and sunscreens will conclude the treatment, which leaves patients feeling softer, younger, and rife with touchable textures.
At BryanLGH LifePointe, cutting-edge technology and holistic healing go hand-in-hand in a quest to make each client feel healthy, rejuvenated, and confident in their appearance. A skincare expert and certified physician for 14 years, Dr. Julie Waddell oversees the medical spa, where nonsurgical and minimally invasive services such as dermal fillers and Fraxel laser treatments help correct acne and premature aging. Dr. Waddell and her aestheticians also offer a free VISIA complexion analysis, which uses multispectral imaging to create a printed report that details your skin's defining characteristics, including its texture, tone, and level of sun damage compared to other faces in your age group. Those looking for a softer approach to aesthetic upkeep can shed dulling skin with body scrubs made from Hawaiian brown sugar or sea salts infused with lavender essential oil. Massage therapists employ smooth, heated basalt stones or aromatherapy heat-packs to melt aches from muscles, or enjoy as stress surrenders itself in the soothing waters of whirlpools and saunas, peacefully tucked away inside the main locker rooms.
For more than 35 years, the clinic’s team of doctors have brandished the most modern medical technology available to peer into bodies and see problems firsthand. Experienced staffers operate vein client systems and ultrasound machines, the last of which paints a detailed picture of bodily tissues and organs by creating a high-powered sound wave that’s also useful for trapping robotic mosquitoes. After taking these images, a staff radiologist analyzes the scanner’s findings to outline the best treatment plan for patients, which may include a session with the laser-based VenaCure system or injections with a sclerosant solution.
Rustad Dermatology spruces up visages and sends facial furrows fleeing via Botox injections. Botox is an FDA-approved protein that rails against wrinkles by restricting movement of frenetic face muscles, smoothing out lines and softening the skin's appearance. Before treatment a skin consultation determines each face's needs and where injections will be administered, then probes the skin for any damage from its work as a body double in The Three Stooges. Each procedure takes 30–60 minutes, with results lasting approximately 3–4 months. The practice patriarch, Dr. Elliott Rustad is an experienced physician and board-certified dermatologist, and his A-Team of aesthetic experts ensures patients leave feeling refreshed and confidant.