American Board of Plastic Surgery–certified Dr. Jeff Healy and his trained staff at Healy Plastic Surgery & Medi Spa buff, massage, and steam away dry skin, blemishes, and signs of aging via myriad beautifying services. The luxury spa facial relieves tired, stressed-out soul sacks with custom frontal ablutions based on individual skincare needs. A trained aesthetician consults with each client before the facial to determine what products and techniques will react best with customer faces or the unknowable visages of snake-haired Gorgon sisters.
In his role as the chief surgeon at Aesthetica Plastic & Laser Surgery Center, Dr. Gregory Caputy draws on knowledge gleaned from his presidency of the Hawaii Aesthetic and Wellness International Institute to strike an ideal balance between artistry and anatomy. Along with his skilled team of aestheticians and medical professionals, Dr. Caputy aims to satisfy beauty desires with cosmetic and surgical treatments for the face, body, and skin—many of which account for the specific needs of island natives and Asians. Among the services offered are Sculptra Aesthetic injections, which helps replace lost collagen and corrects shallow to deep facial wrinkles and folds.
The center’s aestheticians exemplify the individual care that Dr. Caputy has sworn by since he began his practice, rejuvenating complexions with custom treatments and staying beside their clients for the duration of each visit. If you manage to sneak away from their sight, take a moment to relax on the waiting room’s tan leather couches, bathe in the sunlight that spills in from oversize windows, or admire Dr. Caputy’s collection of diamond-encrusted stethoscopes.
Dr. Gregory Herbich has been helping patients enhance their appearances since the 1980s. In fact, he even helped develop laser skin-resurfacing techniques back in 1982. Today, Dr. Herbich puts his experience and ingenuity to use at Cosmetic & Laser Surgery Center's three locations, correcting disfiguring skin conditions and signs of aging with laser procedures, cosmetic surgery, and injections. He also makes over bodies with breast augmentation, liposuction, neck lifts, and hair transplantations that cover bald spots more convincingly than a glued-on patch of loose cat fur. Regardless of their preferred treatment, clients can take advantage of a complimentary consultation beforehand.
You don't have to be a rock star to get a tattoo from Rock Star Tattoo, Piercing & Laser Tattoo Removal, but the work of the artists here might make you feel like one. Since 1999, the team has adorned Oahu locals and visitors with virtuosic body art and piercings. The most recent addition to the offerings is laser tattoo removal, which works more effectively than covering them with permanent marker every day. But if disguising unwanted ink is your goal, another option is a cover-up from tattoo artists H, Chris, and Lai, who specialize in them. The team also rocks Japanese-style tattoos, Polynesian tattoos, fine line work, and piercings.
The technicians at Way Gone Laser Aesthetics give their clients' skin a fresh start by helping erase unwanted tattoos. To accomplish this, they use a Quanta Q-Plus C laser system, which bombards the ink pigments with pulse after pulse of laser light energy. Over the course of multiple sessions, the energy delivered by these pulses can break apart the ink and steadily erase the visible design without causing similar damage to the surrounding skin. The Quanta Q-Plus C system employs three different wavelengths of laser light energy, enabling the staff to more effectively target tattoo inks of all colors?from lime green to infrared.
The physicians at Natural Wellness Center practice naturopathic medicine, which blends centuries-old remedies with modern medical technology. This translates into everything from detoxifying cleanses to IV infusions and hormone-replacement therapy. Through their treatments, the staff aims to both treat a number of chronic conditions, including allergies, digestive issues, and musculoskeletal problems, and prevent disorders from occurring in the first place.