From infancy, skin is tasked with protecting the body against summer’s heat, winter’s cold, and Grandmother’s pinch. Keep your outer layer looking awesome with today's Groupon to Integrative Dermatology. Choose between the following options:
- For $360, you get one Ulthera brow lift (an $800 value).
- For $699, you get one Ulthera upper-face lift (a $1,650 value).
With 20 years of experience in her field, Dr. Skellchock leads her Ulthera-certified staff on a mission to tighten sagging muscle-cloaks in the zen-inspired confines of her clinic. Ulthera's FDA-approved, noninvasive treatment stimulates the body's healing response to gradually lift and tighten the skin, negating the need for strategically placed clothespins. Using a hand piece, the practitioner directs sound waves deep under the skin and into the same tissue normally targeted during surgery, warming the cells and encouraging the production of new collagen. Drooping brows and tired eyelids spend about 25 minutes in treatment; upper faces regain their mojos in about 40 minutes. Results typically require one session, though the final effects take about three months to develop as collagen forms families, communities, and finally, Canadian-style provinces. Though clients may experience minor discomfort, most can return to work immediately after the procedure.
At Integrative Dermatology, visitors encounter a 7-foot waterfall cascading over the serene features of Quan Yen, the female Buddha of compassion and cosmetic sound-wave treatments. Candles light the way to peaceful rejuvenation as trickling water whispers bubbly nothings into clients' ears.
This is an energetically based, sacred healing space," says Dr. Laura Skellchock, describing the aura of Integrative Dermatology. "That's what I wanted to create– and you can feel it when you come in." Dr. Skellchock combines the methods of general dermatology and cosmetic dermatology at this serene boutique clinic, relying on more than 20 years of skin expertise as she combats everything from acne, to wrinkles, to stuck-on Halloween masks. She has a sharp eye for catching lesions before they morph into melanomas, using a sophisticated dermatoscope to spot irregularities too small to be seen by the unaided eye.
6100 Glades Rd.
Boca Raton, Florida 33434