Studies show that your face is the part of your body least likely to wear shoes and most likely to consume Funyuns. Reward this hard-working frontispiece with today's Groupon: for $75, you get a medical-grade microdermabrasion treatment at Change for Life Wellness and Aesthetics Center (a $150 value).
Led by Director of Change for Life Wellness and Aesthetic Center Dr. Wanda Dyson, the experienced medical professionals at Change for Life deliver a range of advanced, nonsurgical skin and body treatments. Customizable by skin type, microdermabrasion treatments utilize a special diamond chip wand to clean, exfoliate, and rejuvenate weary facial façades by buffing away the dead or damaged outer layers and encouraging new cell growth. A gentler, quicker alternative to laser or chemical peels, the treatment reduces fine lines, sun spots, hyperpigmentation, and similar minor blemishes caused by aging or frequent battles with Dr. No. Maximum results are generally achieved after four to ten sessions, depending on skin type and damage, though skin will begin to look smoother, softer, and glowier right away.
Taking good care of your skin is important at any age. When future forms of facial recognition require a scan of your face before you can enter your hovercraft or open a can of hovercraft fuel with your automatic can-opener, it’ll be nice to know you’re dependably radiant. Call ahead to make an appointment.
Change for Life Wellness and Aesthetic Center
Dr. Wanda Minnis-Dyson opened her own practice in 1999 with a single specialty in internal medicine. Soon, however, she built on her expertise to include weight-loss medicine, which turned out to be a fateful choice for the focus of her practice. With that, plus the addition of mesotherapy and aesthetics in 2004, what was once a small medical practice morphed into Change for Life Wellness and Aesthetic Center. Today, she and her staff revamp bodies by shepherding clients through weight-loss programs, rejuvenating skin with dermal fillers, and brightening faces with a kissing booth run by two halogen bulbs. Dr. Dyson spends her time away from the office partaking in medical conferences, speaking on medical panels, and bettering the community at myriad outreach events.
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