"I now use many of the noninvasive medical services I offer at my clinics to fight the aging process. I have personally never felt or looked better and I am now in my forties," says Eleanor Welsh, founder of Skin Vitality Medical Clinic. Using Elos laser and radio frequency technology, her team of registered nurses and registered practical nurses is able to reshape bodies, erase body hair, and tighten skin with the push of a button. Their skill with beauty injectables comes from extensive training from Allergan and other pharmaceutical companies, giving them the deft ability to leave clients' faces more youthful than a rosebud in a sippy cup. For more dramatic results, Dr. Conor B. Turley performs cosmetic surgeries such as tucks, augmentations, and lifts.
Inside Kinga Nemes' self-named spa, time-tested techniques and cutting-edge technology collide in the name of beauty. There, facials call upon RVB Holistic Beauty skincare products to revive the skin and brush away wrinkles and fine lines without petro chemicals or parabens. Pulsed-light treatments help scare away unwanted hair, age spots, vascular lesions, and acne. And classic pedicures help curb overgrown cuticles, soften calluses, and make feet the envy of everyone they kick.
When LCI Lasercom Clinics opened in 1997, lasers were still relatively new to the hair-removal industry. But that didn't stop LCI from betting they'd catch on. The company began to work with laser manufacturers to improve the technologies. Nowadays, it offers laser hair-removal for clients who are looking to remove unwanted hair or tight sweaters.
Even with 18 years of experience in the beauty industry, Danielle O'Brien realizes that there are always new techniques and procedures to master. She chose to embrace current treatment modalities by earning her certification in cutting-edge laser therapy treatments. Using a SharpLight ForMax cosmetic laser system, Danielle improves clients' skin tone and texture by helping minimize the appearance of unwanted stubble, acne lesions, and age spots.
Of course, she still performs traditional, yet effective facials too. Her facial treatments similarly aim to restore a youthful glow and vigor to the skin, albeit by using Sothys skincare products instead of laser technology. Held within a candlelit room, these facials are intended to put visitors at ease while extracting impurities and moisturizing skin.
The experienced staff at Lioritte MedSpa harnesses the power of technology to combat classic skincare woes, all without the use of invasive procedures. Trained aestheticians target lasers at unwanted hair and excess fat during hair-removal and iLipo treatments, respectively. During photofacials, they use intense pulsed light to minimize signs of aging, sun damage, and rosacea. They also turn to SilkPeel treatments, which can help whisk away blemishes and intensely exfoliate the skin.
The skin experts at Que Belle Medi Spa aim to freshen faces and pamper guests through a variety of services. They massage backs to relieve stress, slough off dead skin cells during microdermabrasion treatments, and improve skin texture with facials.