The technicians and physicians at Simplicity Laser Hair Removal work to evict wily follicle lodgers of all colors with advanced hair-razing equipment that combines FDA-approved diode, Nd:Yag, and alexandrite lasers. Customers can gently pulverize strands in one body area with six or eight treatments of concentrated pulsed photons, which coax squatting body threads out of their skin shelters with laser wavelengths and candy. Alternatively, opt for a full year of treatments to tackle multiple areas across unlimited visits. Simplicity Laser Hair Removal's triad of modern laser technologies promises safe and effective treatment during each session of 30 minutes or less. Although these treatments can be effective in permanently reducing unwanted fuzz, most patients require 8–12 sessions for full reduction due to hair-growth dormancy, laser-absorption rates, and hard-to-locate follicle foxholes.
Board-certified plastic surgeon and medical director of Neos Med Spa, Dr. Shaun Parson, insists that his licensed medical staff undergo intensive training in both the technology and administration of all treatments. This expert training, combined with a catlike fascination with lasers, has led to the center?s specialization in laser procedures, including hair removal, spider-vein removal, custom skin-rejuvenation treatments to treat acne, and anti-aging treatments. A detailed consultation precedes each treatment, helping technicians develop a custom plan of action that optimizes results. Neos MedSpa also offers Botox and Dysport injections, and a medically supervised weight-loss program that supplements a very low-calorie diet with HCG injections to help patients lose one to two pounds a day.
It may be set in the buzzing center of historic Old Town Scottsdale, but Best Face Skin & Makeup couldn't be farther removed from the hustle and bustle happening just outside. Clients leave their cares at the door and enter the hushed environment of this upscale beauty spa, where cushy chairs and a welcoming staff await to cater to their every pampering need. Facials feature organic products to ensure skin's health is never compromised, while waxing services depend upon a soy-based wax, which is gentle enough for those with sensitive skin. To make sure clients leave looking and feeling their best, the spa also offers eyelash extensions and professional makeup lessons using Youngblood mineral makeup, which won't clog pores the way many cement-based makeups do.
Berry Berry Beauty Skincare's aesthetician, Leslee, began her career as a makeup artist, but her desire to help her clients look their best inspired her to master even more aesthetic services. Her skincare treatments nourish epidermal layers with blueberry extracts, soymilk, tea-tree oils, avocado, or citrus, as well as organic products by ?minence Organic or Skinceuticals. Waxing and microdermabrasion also help refine profiles by leaving skin smooth and evenly textured. In addition to treating clients at Berry Berry, which is located inside Sachi Salon & Spa, Leslee also keeps her skills sharp by assisting a local plastic surgeon and practicing chemical peels on department-store mannequins.
A lighthearted personality and meticulousness are good traits to look for in an aesthetician, especially when their specialty is Brazilian waxing. D'Lisa Shayn's depilation skills and friendly bedside manner earned her the Critics' Picks title of Best Waxer and many a loyal client.
When it comes to the hair on your head, there are skilled stylists in the studio on staff that are experienced in the latest colors and cuts. They can create glamorous updos for weddings or understated downdos for proms in rooms with low ceilings.
The National Laser Private MedSpa offices in Scottsdale and Dallas are led by board-certified plastic surgeons Dr. John J. Corey and Dr. Jeff Angobaldo, respectively. At each address, a seasoned staff of technicians revamps bodies and faces with services such as eMatrix skin-rejuvenation and fractional wrinkle-reduction treatments—the latest fad popular among shar-peis. You can see some of the treatments in action on NLI's press page.