Angie Byboth wields her extensive training and certifications to add permanent makeup to faces or erase the tattoos from an impulsive youth. With a tattoo gun and topical anesthetics, Angie fashions defined brows, lined lips, and dramatic eyes while clients rest comfortably listening to music or paying their last respects to their laid-off makeup. Each tattoo treatment comes with a four- to six-week touchup, filling in spots that didn’t fully take during the first bout of tattooing. Angie is also trained in Tattoo Vanish treatments, which can remove unwanted ink from past tattoos without the pain of laser treatments. She can also outfit brows and lashes with dyes to enhance the impact of Ernest Borgnine impressions, and optional lash perm treatments can add subtext to any glance without having to learn to wink in Morse code.
For nearly a century, Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota has provided medical care for children along with clinical and surgical services. With 380 staffed beds at two campuses, the hospitals care for more than 125,700 kids each year. Their pediatric services subscribe to the most current research models and employ innovative practices to maximize the quality of care it provides.
Children’s cultivates a positive and welcoming environment for patients by providing kid-friendly diversions as well as resources for their families. Kids can take part in programming from Star Studio, the in-hospital TV channel, and parents can turn to interpreter services or parenting professionals for assistance.
Children’s will soon complete state-of-the-art renovations on both campuses, which will include private patient rooms, expanded surgery and triage centers, and an internal Ronald McDonald House. The additions will foster an open and airy atmosphere that provides comfort for patients, with designs that integrate science, art, and nature.
A major concern in sports where high-speed impact is possible, concussions pose a particular danger to young people, since their bodies and minds are still developing. In an effort to prevent concussions, youth leagues such as the Edgcumbe Hockey Association in Saint Paul have begun recommending players wear special helmets that absorb impacts and reduce the threat of sustaining a concussion from a collision. Not all families can afford this equipment, however, leaving some children unable to participate in the game. In an effort to help these kids safely take to the ice, Regions Hospital provides protective helmets to youth players who cannot afford them.
Run or Dye is making race running a little more colorful, one major city at a time. This 5K is divided up into four separate courses of varying lengths, each designated by a separate color??which also reflects the color of safe, eco-friendly powered dye the participants get splashed with. At the end of the race, they'll cross into the aptly-named Dye Zone?a polychromatic free-for-all, where fluorescent color is thrown freely from all sides, allowing runners to splash their fellow runners or get colorful revenge on their friends, family members, and any cranky art-history teachers that happen to be walking by.
Unlike some races that rank runners by time, Run or Dye only measures success in color and fun. While the safe-to-eat dyes should wash out of clothing, runners are encouraged to wear things they don't mind getting dirty, preferably in white, gray, or another neutral color to give the dyes maximum visibility.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Laser tattoo Removal
Pro Tip: During the consultation any questions that you may have will be answered.
What?s your favorite part about your job?
Being able to help people in the removal of their unwanted tattoo?to see the joy on their face after getting rid of a tattoo that they didn't like.
Do you or your staff have any special certifications or degrees?
Vanessa is a licensed aesthetician and certified laser technician.
What is one fun, unusual fact about your business?
Our sister company is Beloved Studios, a tattoo shop, so we take them off and put them on.
Drs. Bradley Olson and Sarah Whittaker completely dedicate themselves to getting patients back on their feet. Though they do resort to surgery when necessary, the physicians prefer to utilize a number of noninvasive and minimally invasive procedures to protect visitors' health from toe to ankle. Especially when coupled with athletic activity, the everyday wear and tear that feet and ankles experience can contribute to a number of mobility-limiting conditions. Drs. Olson and Whittaker thoroughly examine each patient's condition before collaboratively designing an appropriate treatment regimen. Custom-designed orthotics help straighten out tilting gaits, MRIs and CT scans can reveal the causes of chronic pains throughout the feet, and cosmetic laser treatments can rid nails of unsightly fungal infections.