Choose from Three Options
- $69 for the removal of one skin tag ($150 value)
- $129 for the removal of three skin tags ($450 value)
- $199 for the removal of five skin tags ($750 value)
Technicians insert a hair-thin LamProbe needle into skin tags to precisely target and destroy them. The needle’s high-frequency radio waves create a galvanic current that vaporizes moisture in the skin’s cells, thereby killing them instantly. The dead cells eventually peel off without leaving any mark. Clients may experience a pinching sensation during the treatment, and there maybe a little redness or a small scab, which typically disappear within two–three days. This treatment may also be applied to spider veins, blood spots, fibromas, milia, cysts, hair removal, and cholesterol spots. Treatments are not suitable for psoriasis, eczema, flat black pigmented lesions, or open sores. Not suitable for pregnant patients.
Daravadee Spa & Massage Therapy
When clients open the door to Daravadee Spa & Massage Therapy, the heady scents of lemongrass and jasmine come flowing past noses before eyes lock onto decorative Thai statues and delicate orchids. Within candlelit treatment rooms, staff members trained in ancient eastern healing techniques employ their skills to soothe muscle tension and purify complexions. Among the therapies offered at Daravadee, yoga-like Thai massage, herbal compresses of tamarind and kaffir leaves, and all-natural spa products set the center apart from other relaxation oases. But Daravadee’s most unique offering is guasa. A body-scrub treatment rooted in Chinese healing practices, guasa helps boost circulation and detoxify skin with the help of a wooden sloughing instrument. Each treatment is performed in a private room, ensuring privacy and comfort for clients and their shy backs.