Seven days a week, experienced laser technicians refresh faces and bodies at Absolute Skin & Body Care. Acne, tattoos, and unwanted hair vanish in the wake of high-tech beams. Lasers also coax younger-looking façades to the surface by sloughing off fine lines, dullness, and bifocals. Other facial options include glycolic skin peels, nonsurgical facelifts performed with gentle microcurrent, and ultrasonic facials.
Helmed by a state-licensed cosmetologist and technician, Michigan Laser Center’s staff smoothes clients’ skin and eases unibrow-related anxiety with head-to-toe hair removal and spa treatments. Aestheticians eliminate unwanted hair growth during technology-assisted electrolysis or laser sessions, or stick to painstakingly thorough, hand-administered de-fuzzing during waxing and threading services. Patrons in need of relaxation can rejuvenate skin surfaces with skin-clearing facials or give hard-working muscle groups a reward with therapeutic massages.
When Jessica decided to combine her beauty-business smarts with her father's medical expertise, she came up with Youthful Image Health and Wellness?an oasis of noninvasive skin and body treatments. Her father, Doctor of Chiropractic Kurt Jacobsen, provides spinal adjustments and pain-relief therapies, which are bolstered by massage therapist Sunshine. Aesthetician and makeup artist Jessica brings more than 12 years of experience to the treatment table.
Laser aesthetics might seem like a recent phenomenon, but PHR Centers' staff members have been using lasers to address clients' cosmetic needs since 1981. This gives them experience far beyond what you might expect in their industry. Dr. Amy DeRosa?a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon?oversees the centers' teams of registered nurses, licensed aestheticians, and laser technicians, who work together to treat a wide range of concerns by using the latest equipment and techniques.
By focusing on nonsurgical solutions to common aesthetic issues, PHR Centers can grant clients dramatic effects without the downtime of plastic surgery or the risks of time travel. The experts call on the Palomar Vectus cosmetic laser system to eradicate unwanted hair while cooling the skin for a more comfortable experience, and use Vaser Lipolysis, SmartLipo, and radio-frequency-based Vanquish treatments to contour clients' bodies by targeting stubborn fat deposits. To achieve a more youthful appearance, Deka SmartXide DOT therapy helps improve skin tone and texture by stimulating collagen production, and Botox, dermal fillers, and chemical peels work to soften wrinkles and rejuvenate the complexion.
Years of searching for painless and effective hair-removal technology led Dr. Granowicz to the Aesthera PPx system. At Medical Laser Aesthetics, PLLC, he and his staff prevent hair from slowly taking over bodies by using Aesthera’s noninvasive, wand-like device to flash low levels of intense pulsed light on treatment areas, causing camera-shy hairs to flee the scene. During the hair-removal process, the Aesthera PPx system soothes skin with a mist of pure water, rather than relying on aesthetic lotions or anesthetic creams. Other than whisking away unneeded bodily fleece, the center’s technicians also use the powerful device to rejuvenate damaged skin, treat acne, and chime in at Pink Floyd laser-light shows. Regardless of the aesthetic need, the practitioners at Medical Laser Aesthetics work with clients to create personalized treatment plans.
The beauty experts at Advanced Esthetics draw from more than 50 years of combined experience to deliver a gamut of beautifying services. After a complimentary consultation to determine the best approach for issues such as rosacea, fine lines, or skin laxity, a licensed aesthetician may recommend a rejuvenating, saline-based JetPeel or a noninvasive radio-frequency treatment to enhance both collagen growth and the ability to tune out infomercials. Advanced Esthetics' master skin technicians can also reduce spider veins and lift unwanted hair, and a team of licensed massage therapists eases tension and stress with long, gliding Swedish strokes.