The National Laser Private MedSpa offices in Scottsdale and Dallas are led by board-certified plastic surgeons Dr. John J. Corey and Dr. Jeff Angobaldo, respectively. At each address, a seasoned staff of technicians revamps bodies and faces with services such as eMatrix skin-rejuvenation and fractional wrinkle-reduction treatments—the latest fad popular among shar-peis. You can see some of the treatments in action on NLI's press page.
The team at Nuvira prioritize patient privacy as they aim to fortify languishing hair follicles in 30-minute laser sessions. Men and women find ample parking in front of the office before heading inside, where window graphics keep visits discreet and multiple laser stations cut down on wait time and make the business a hot haunt for balding Bond villains. After a complimentary 20-minute consultation, guests are shown to their individual treatment room, where they may watch television or read a book while sitting comfortably beneath a dome-like device that delivers a dose of nonthermal cold laser energy. The laser's circulation-stimulating effects may be combined with optional growth-promoting supplements and topical products, and staffers can also recommend a hands-free laser device that may be used at home to maintain results and grow more voluptuous Chia pets.
The Manor - Shave Bar and Vitality Lounge marries the hot shaves and rye-soaked ruggedness of yesteryear with the dramatic results of contemporary med-spa technology. Dark-grain wood, black leather, and industrial, antique metal elements comprise the saloon-like interior, which is anchored by a roaring stone fireplace. A wide variety of hairstyling and beard-trimming options keeps three-headed customers looking stylish, and shaves come bundled with facials named after cocktails. The Manor's more intensive facials, which use lasers and chemical peels, take place in private treatment rooms. These rooms pair the spa's earthy aesthetic with a futuristically white, leather chair. Outside of the face and cranium, treatments include injectable supplements, laser body contouring, and even life coaching.
With 48 years of combined experience in the tattoo, cosmetic, and beauty industries, the technicians at AZ CIT WORKS apply their signature collagen-induction therapy (CIT) technology to a variety of aesthetic goals. Microneedles poke the skin to trigger the skin's natural growth processes to stimulate the production of collagen, elastin, and pigment cells. The versatile procedure can fade scars and stretch marks, diminish the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, or jump-start the growth of hair on scalps or heirloom mink coats. The technicians also are adept in additional services, including tattoo removal and permanent-makeup application or repair.
At its three Phoenix-area locations, Arizona Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery Centers host a team of experienced doctors. The veteran providers deal with skin troubles ranging from psoriasis to acne, focusing especially on skin cancers that can arise in the sun-soaked southwest. They round out their vital care with cosmetic services such as Botox and Juvederm injections and hair-restoration services, which help correct baldness inherited from maternal genetics.
Since 1975, National Hair Centers have treated men and women?s thinning tresses with treatments ranging from surgical hair transplants to vitamin supplements. Their three-step laser program catalyzes growth with beams tailored to clients? specific hair loss stage; alternatively, FDA-approved regrowth products?such as Propecia and Minoxidil? encourage follicles to sprout more effectively than fedoras lined with Chia seeds. An array of women?s-only options, such as wigs and extensions, round out the offerings. The center's team of image consultants and licensed hair restoration stylists also place a premium on privacy, ensuring clients? comfort by leading confidential consultations, treating scalps in private salon suites, and discouraging friends from hosting hair-graft-anniversary parties.