Looking younger can help to open many doors, unless it’s past midnight and you’re in front of a retirement home. Look like you belong with today’s Groupon to Image ReNu at Walnut Hill, located in the Woodhill Medical Park buildings. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get a microdermabrasion (a $125 value).
- For $89, you get a microdermabrasion with a chemical-peel treatment (a $250 value).<p>
Image ReNu at Walnut Hill helps customers to revive waning complexions with noninvasive microdermabrasion and custom chemical-peel treatments. A skin-smoothing microdermabrasion session deploys sodium-bicarbonate crystals across the skinscape, diligently evacuating dead skin cells and stomping out fine lines. The treatment requires no downtime, and a gentle resurfacing agent helps to leave freshly sandblasted visages with a healthy, glowing complexion. During a chemical peel, a trained aesthetician examines faces before whipping up a tailor-made exfoliating solution that will help to erase acne scars, fine lines, and signs of chimney sweeping. Though the treatment does not require downtime, visages may experience post-treatment flaking dependent on the peel’s potency, the skin’s sensitivity, and the amount of time spent marooned on desert islands without a parasol. Offices are open Monday–Friday from 9 a.m.–5p.m., and are closed on weekends.
Image Renu at Walnut Hill
Image Renu at Walnut Hill is owned and operated by five OB/GYN physicians, but it's the skin that gets the most attention there. Aestheticians rejuvenate skin with custom treatments designed to counteract the effects of aging and sun exposure. These treatments rely on laser technology, wrinkle-smoothing injectables, and exfoliating scrubs to erase blemishes; a personalized skin evaluation determines which treatment will prove most appropriate for your complexion’s needs. Laser light, for example, zaps away unwanted hair, spider veins, and evidence of sun damage. Microdermabrasion facials exfoliate dead skin cells with tiny abrasives, and custom-blended chemical peels strip away the skin’s uppermost layer without short-circuiting the cybernetic wires beneath its surface.