At Plastic Surgery Center, P.C., board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Stephen E. Zucker renews skin with advanced techniques mastered over 26 years of personalized aesthetic care. A trio of microdermabrasion treatments efficiently scrubs dull cells and clarifies clogged pores with a shower of medical-grade crystals, revealing a fresh, radiant complexion and the location of the client's misplaced car keys.
• For $33, you get a Biomedic Micro-Peel (a $67 value). • For $43, you get a Biomedic Micro-Peel Plus (an $87 value).The Centre For Plastic Surgery's bevy of board-certified physicians and medical aestheticians bolsters inner beauty with a host of surgical and noninvasive procedures. For a smoother, more radiant complexion, the Biomedic Micro-Peel relieves faces of hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, and acne. The three-step system begins with a manual exfoliation before countenances are refreshed with a salicylic chemical peel that further exfoliates rough texture and renders skin tone as brilliant as a new car's. Complexions are finished up with a cryogenic therapy which is designed to firm the skin by boosting collagen production through positive reinforcement.
ENT Facial Plastics dedicates its practice to improving clients’ countenances using advanced dermal technologies. Undo summers spent lounging on solar flares with a microdermabrasion treatment, a nonsurgical facial-resurfacing session that helps diminish fine lines and silkify sun-damaged skin. The skin-smoothing treatment begins with a complimentary skin consultation administered by licensed practical nurse, Debbie Scheib. The dermal gurus will inspect skin for problem areas, special issues, and any half-constructed, pore-sized Death Stars. After a thorough skin scrutinizing, clients will feel the fine-crystal touch of the microdermabrasion wand as it skips gleefully across the face, removing loitering upper-layer cells and revealing the firm, youthful layer underneath with little to no sensation. The procedure takes about 30 minutes, and makeup glides on effortlessly after the experience, unless applied with mittens.
At Tip Top Tattoos, a team of tattoo and body piercing artists draw upon a huge selection of designs and personal creativity to give each guest a highly customized experience. They realize that no two tattoos should be the same and craft a visual representation of each client's imagined look within the privacy of individual booths. Certified body piercer Mallory Cox—whose apprenticeship and training included approved sterilization techniques and anatomy courses—adds bling to ears, noses, and fashion-forward tin men.
The technicians can also discard old, unwanted tattoos with the MedLite C6 Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser system, which they use in conjunction with the Cryo 6 cooling machine to minimize discomfort.
Sandra Murphy, Glamour Permanent Cosmetics' owner and certified cosmetics specialist, crafts tattooed facial enhancements that mimic the look of makeup, bestowing eye and lip regions with natural-looking fullness and perpetual allure. A team of four safety-certified staffers assists Murphy, each specializing in a particular form of cosmetic enhancement such as eyelash extensions, teeth whitening, and tattoos. Murphy has honed her craft since 2006 and now instructs a 100-hour course designed to certify new permanent cosmetics artists.
Eve's staff of beauty buffs and licensed cosmeticians pampers guests in its pastel-hued studio, while restoring lost vigor from cranium to claw. During the Revolution Whitening treatment, a technician will first fill a soft, flexible mouth tray with a safe, peroxide-based gel, making sure each of the specially designed grooves comfortably swaddles the cuspids. Next, you'll close your maw and sink your teeth into the advanced solution, which launches a quick, effective campaign against stains, lightening dingy dentals an average of four to seven shades in as little as a quarter of an hour. Another 15 minutes under a special LED light seals in the pearly luminescence, and leaves teeth shining like a freshly waxed Christmas tree in the Ecuadorian sun.