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.
At Savanna MedSpa, aestheticians combine a wide range of noninvasive therapies to refurbish aging skin. The team?s repertoire includes treatments for a wide range of specific aesthetic concerns, including lasers for reducing hair and sun damage, acne-clearing facials, and skin-exfoliating chemical peels.
Ingrid Gina is a master aesthetician, cosmetologist, and makeup artist?but most know her as The Waxing Queen of Tucson. Using a combination of hard and soft wax, Ingrid can banish unwanted hair from brows and upper lip, as well as from more complicated areas such as the bikini line or precarious landmine tattoos. Clients may also solicit Ingrid?s local line of Sia Botanics skincare products for an enzyme peel or restorative facial.
Whether using just their hands or a microdermabrasion wand, the pros at Skin Deep Spa refresh their clients? dermal layers. They banish excess oil, acne, and dry patches with a septet of facials and exfoliating peels. Salt scrubs work to remove dead skin cells from the entire body, and Swedish and deep-tissue massage techniques unwind knotted and triple-knotted muscles during 30- to 90-minute sessions.