Institute of Health Services's experienced technicians harness the power of high-powered light beams to clear up unsightly skin botherations, including unwanted hair, spider veins, wrinkles, and acne. The pulsed light of photofacial treatments works to tighten up enlarged pores and wrinkles, as well as ease away redness. MicroLaser peels slough off dead skin cells on the face with the hopes of diminishing the evidence of scars, pigmentation, fine lines, and face-painted reminders to pay utility bills left by roommates.
Skin rejuvenation. Skin tightening. Hair removal. Acne treatment. Lasers do the heavy lifting at LifeStyle Laser, where the staff relies on ultramodern machinery to perform noninvasive aesthetic services that ease the appearance of fine lines and blemishes or zap away hair or spider veins. Physicians—including the business's president Dr. Nina Coletta and medical director Dr. Sigrid Sanchez—oversee the highly trained technicians.
The beauty experts at Bodyology Center specialize in nonsurgical rejuvenation treatments that take faces and bodies back to a more youthful time. For those not willing to go under the knife but unafraid of a few needles, they offer injectables and dermal fillers, as well as PRP face lifts. PRP—or platelet rich plasma—is drawn from the patient's own body and injected into the face to aid in the regrowth of collagen, blood vessels, and child-like appreciation of bubble wrap. Alternatively, the list of totally noninvasive procedures includes facials and oxygen-infusion treatments.
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Barry Resnik has a number of outlets for his talents: he serves as the team dermatologist for the Florida Marlins; he volunteers at the Open Door Health Center, which offers affordable healthcare; and, at the Resnik Skin Institute, he practices dermatology and dermatologic surgery for adults, kids, and snakes who can't shed because they slithered through crazy glue.
Dr. Resnik's skincare ambitions are vast, covering everything from medical concerns such as psoriasis and alopecia to cosmetic desires and skin conditions such as scar management and moles. Ever tech-savvy, the doctor's staff mans lasers to nix unwanted stretch marks and sun spots, and they also summon a Naturalipo liposuction machine, a skin-lightening system, and a stock of dermal fillers to do their bidding.
Most Popular Service: Botox
Brands Used: Allergan
Minimum Age Requirement: 16
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: No
With its sleek, modern decor?white leather couches, gray walls, and purple accent lights?it's clear upon first glance that Biotech Wellness Center is not the type of med spa that generally prioritizes relaxation over high-tech treatments. But those who care about getting results may actually relax once they see Biotech's arsenal of lasers, dermal fillers, and IV therapy equipment.
Its laser and intense-pulsed-light treatments fight a variety of skin woes, including rosacea and acne, and can remove unwanted hair and spider veins. Venus Freeze treatments shrink fat cells with radio frequency, and platelet-rich plasma treatments inject platelets harvested from the client's own blood into faces to stimulate collagen production. To boost clients' energy levels without forcing them to spin around in a circle really fast to generate it, the staff administers IV treatments, which infuse bodies with vitamins.
The aestheticians at Khirei Med Spa rely on advanced technology to beautify the skin and contour the body. Lasers in the form of intense pulsed light zap unwanted hair, remove spider veins, or lighten dark spots in the skin caused by aging or sun damage. Radio frequency pairs up with noninvasive laser-light treatments to drain fat cells and reduce stretch marks. The treatments are preceded by a consultation, during which the team customizes a treatment plan suited to each client.