The smoothness sorcerers at DermaSmooth charm testy skeleton suits into silky submission with an array of skin-centric treatments. Those who opt for the Aluma skin-tightening treatment go back in time to reverse epidermal creases while sidestepping reality-altering paradoxes by bathing mugs with a heated punch of radio-frequency energy. Skin is gently drawn into the tip of a hand piece, inside of which radio-frequency wave pulses coerce the desired areas into producing a well of plumping collagen with promises of shea butter and lower skin taxes. After the treatments, faces can look noticeably rejuvenated, and, with little downtime after doses, clients can go right back to careers of eye-patch and scuba-mask modeling. Today's deal is good for 300 pulses, generally enough for four treatments depending on the area treated, although it may take up to six treatments to see complete results.
There are many paths to relaxation at Xperience Salon & Day Spa. Some clients choose to get soothing European facials, which leave skin balanced and moisturized, and others opt for Swedish massages enhanced by aromatherapy. Salt scrubs buff away rough patches and season bland body parts, and the spa's hydrotherapy soaks dissolve away tension.
Using state-of-the-art pore-purging technology, the team at American Laser Centers rejuvenates debilitated dermis, bestowing even the most Skeletor-like complexions with the eternally youthful radiance of Liberace. Sit back and relax as one of the center's gentle skin sorceresses goes to work on your tired visage using ultra-sonic sound-wave technology. The safe, noninvasive vibrating blade quickly and efficiently removes the top layer of skin, blowing the pores clean and leaving clients with a softer, smoother, less Gollumy frontispiece. Ultra-sonic technology can also be an effective means of treating acne, blackheads, and other husk hindrances, and the face-freshening treatment can be administered in as little as 15 minutes.