Regular facials often lead to a glowing complexion, compliments from total strangers, and the ability to purchase Happy Meals without a fake ID. Retaste the cuisine of childhood with today's Groupon: for $40, you get a custom 60-minute facial at Aesthetics at Tiffany’s, located within the offices of Rustad Dermatology (up to an $85 value).
Aesthetics at Tiffany’s can spruce up vulnerable visages with a variety of skin services. Before each facial, a skin consultation determines the face's needs, sizes up the cheeks for a snugly fitting mask, and probes the skin for any damage from its work as a body double in The Three Stooges. Afterward, customers choose one of four 60-minute treatments. The antioxidant facial exfoliates and firms skin to reduce fine lines and promote collagen production, which creates a more taut texture before the face is memorialized on a totem pole (an $85 value). Scruffier membranes can benefit from the men’s facial, which incorporates steamed towels and a custom mask to hydrate and cleanse stiffened skin (a $75 value).
Alternatively, the acne facial brushes away bacteria and keeps skin streets clear of congestion thanks to moisturizing techniques and an off-duty rush-hour helicopter pilot (an $85 value). The sensitive-skin facial works with touchy integument by using a gentle proteolytic exfoliation treatment to smooth and strengthen inflamed skin (an $80 value).
Aesthetics at Tiffany's
Eyelashes are one of Tiffany Baustert's specialties. The licensed aesthetician painstakingly applies NovaLash eyelash extensions to help women looking to fill out depleted lash lines, cut down on their morning makeup routines, or walk down the aisle without their tears of joy sending streaks of mascara down their cheeks. It's all part of what Baustert sees as her primary mission as an aesthetician: to make women feel better about themselves.
To the same end, Baustert offers several services designed to address blemishes. Microdermabrasion and chemical peels can lessen scarring and damage left by acne and other skin woes, and Baustert's newly mastered microneedling technique promotes the body's natural collagen production. Baustert has spent much of her life in and around the beauty industry and is proud of the clinical precision and clear, medical-grade results her work can achieve.