Valley Dermatology’s Dr. Scott A. Smith curtails signs of aging with a host of minimally invasive cosmetic treatments. Dysport, a skin-smoothing serum, temporarily irons out cranial creases for up to four months. The 15-minute treatment targets facescapes wrought with creases and lines by dispersing a dewrinkling solution that calms hyperactive facial muscles. The dewrinkling solution can smooth furrows on the forehead, crow's feet, or between the eyebrows; and the minimally invasive treatment requires no downtime, so faces can resume everyday activities such as smiling and catching whipped cream pies.
Inland Empire Dermatology's board-certified dermatologist Dr. Paul Ross and his hand-selected aesthetician Sarah Mjelde help clients feel at ease during personalized medical and aesthetic skincare treatments. No matter the client's age, Dr. Ross aims to diagnose skin cancer early using a dermoscopy technique to examine each mole and pigmented lesion tagging the client's body or growing at the place where their body meets their shadow. Since joining the Inland family more than six years ago, aesthetician Sarah has shown an aptitude for revitalizing complexions using advanced technology, including a trio of lasers—Iridex Diolite 532 and Candela's GentleLase and Smoothbeam—which gently whisk away unwanted pigmentation, hair, and acne. Sarah also dolls up visages with expert makeup applications utilizing Jane Iredale cosmetics. Those unsure about their current skincare routine can tote in their epidermis-enhancing products, and Sarah will give them an honest evaluation and suggest products that can better benefit their skin, which could include the Clarisonic brushes, NeoStrata products, and Viveté Revitalizing Eye Cream lining the office's shelves.
The licensed aestheticians at Essentials Medi Spa transform dermis into dazzling canvasses with customized facials in a luxurious, discreet setting. During the European facial, a skin savior cleanses and tones skin with nurturing lotions and potions specifically targeted for individual skin types and newly acquired Zodiac traits. Fall into a deep sleep as a facialist massages your sensory switchboard and hands. For an additional $25, Essentials Medi Spa upgrades the treatment to include extractions and a warming hand-and-foot treatment. Essentials Medi Spa hocks an arsenal of professional skin care products from the likes of Obagi, SkinMedica, Jane Iredale, and more.
South Hill's talented technicians will use their beaming powers to foster hair reduction from the following areas: the chin and lip (a $135 value per session), the underarms (a $135 value per session), the bikini line (a $125–$250 value per session), the back of the neck (an $85 value per session), or the front of the neck (an $85 value per session). Laser light is a quick, painless, and effective method for removing unwanted hair. A long-pulse, high-energy laser emits a gentle beam of light that harmlessly passes through the skin and directly targets follicles, effectively treating unwanted hair. Unlike the lasers used by popular film hero and 2010 California gubernatorial hopeful Iron Man, these friendly beams are easy, comfortable, and treat hair follicles faster than other methods. Though six treatments can potentially grant you bare-bodied bliss, results vary depending on skin and hair type. The spa setting puts meddling mind-matter at ease as follicles are dissipated to the wig of Orthosie, a hair-loss-prone moon of Jupiter. Call ahead to schedule an appointment for your free consultation and service.
The staff at Louisville Laser and Spa gives a decidedly simple answer when its patients ask the best way to maintain skin: daily care and healthy living. Its services?many of them designed to make skin look younger?only serve to expedite the process. Administered by an advanced nurse practitioner or an aesthetician, the treatments include laser hair removal, laser skin tightening, chemical peels, pigment removal, spider vein removal, tattoo removal, and microdermabrasion. The spa's most popular option, laser hair removal uses beams of light to reduce and remove unwanted hair on the body. In addition to skincare, technicians use Botox to freeze facial muscles so that wrinkles soften and amateur ventriloquists finally can reach the next level. Louisville Laser and Spa also offers professional teeth whitening.
Guided by Dr. William Philip Werschler, whose aesthetic expertise earned him a spot as judge for Prevention magazine's 2010 Defy-Your-Age Beauty Awards, the staff at Werschler Aesthetics overhauls outer appearances with advanced med-spa treatments. The Clarisonic skin-cleansing system jump-starts each specialty facial with sonic frequencies that, though inaudible to human ears, work to remove deeply embedded oil and dirt, priming skin to absorb pharmaceutical-grade serums from brands such as iS Clinical and SkinMedica. Techs also wield lasers specialized to tackle different maladies, from spider veins to acne, and they work to smooth faces with injectables such as Botox.