As the Roxy behind Roxy Skin Care, Roxanne Rodriguez boasts more experience than the average aesthetician. Though she began her career working alongside physicians in med spas, she also spent nine years learning the ropes in the medical field, honing her clinical experience and determining whether or not ER was true to life. Today, Roxanne applies the knowledge she amassed to beautify skin with services including facials and chemical peels. Her freshly unveiled lactic acid resurfacer peel is one of her most powerful treatments, keeping hyperpigmentation and wrinkles at bay with the help of targeted microdermabrasion.
"My first guest is a cosmetic surgeon who is an expert on quick-fix makeovers," Montel Williams announced to his studio audience on a fall day in 2007. "Please welcome Dr. Sofia Rubbani to the show!" After her introduction, Dr. Rubbani proceeded to straighten out a woman's crooked nose with dermal fillers, beef up a pair of thin lips, and erase spider veins with a laser, all in a clinic set up backstage.
Hailing from New York, Dr. Rubbani continues to tout the benefits of these speedy, nonsurgical procedures at Tucson Cosmetics. She expertly injects solutions, such as fillers, collagen, and plasma, to iron out facial wrinkles with minimal downtime. She also makes use of Thermage's radio-frequency energies to tighten skin and send secret messages to truckers. For those seeking more dramatic results, Dr. Rubbani surgically alters droopy eyelids, removes moles, and mends torn earlobes.