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Choose Between Two Options
- $45 for a 50-minute nonsurgical facelift with a microcurrent treatment, which contours the face by stimulating motor muscles (a $95 value)
- $89 for a 90-minute nonsurgical microcurrent eyelift (a $145 value), which includes a take-home roller and product (a $45 value; a $190 total value)<p>
The microcurrent eyelift includes exfoliation, a peel, and micro-needling in the eye area, which patients can enhance on their own with their take-home roller and product. Ultrasounds from a DF II machine also infuse the eye area with a wrinkle-combating serum. The entire treatment is done while your eyes are wide open. Patients who have had Botox should wait at least 10 weeks before having this treatment.<p>
Dotty’s Skin Care
From her 20s through her 40s, Dotty Holoubek struggled with cystic acne. Ultimately, Holoubek conquered it—not only on her own face but on others’ as well—after training at Chesapeake School of Esthetics. At her eponymous skincare clinic, she tends acne-prone complexions with Environ products, whose Vitamin A promotes collagen production. The products also combat two of Dotty’s other pet issues, rosacea and sun-damage. Another one of her specialties, microcurrent facial sculpting, beams eight different waveforms into epidermis, activating facial muscles to minimize wrinkles. Certified in oncology aesthetics, Dotty can also craft custom skincare treatments for people living with cancer.