Contrary to popular belief, a hydrafacial clears skin through the use of moisture, not a mythical, many-headed snake-beast. Pamper your one and only head with today's Groupon: for $69, you get a hydrafacial from Med-Cure Anti-Aging & Skin Care (a $150 value), valid at the Southwest Freeway and Galleria locations.
With qualified cosmetic physician Dr. Naz Keshwani at the helm, Med-Cure Anti-Aging & Skin Care's skin specialists fight against the evidence of aging with high-tech, skin-soothing hydrafacials. Unlike a medieval tar-and-feather facial mask, each hydrafacial application works to gently moisturize the skin with minimal irritation, shooing away dead skin cells and impurities while cleansing clogged pores to penetrate the deep epidermal layers with hydrating serums. Based on their skin's individual needs, wants, and dreams, patients pick from a crop of finely-tuned antitoxin concoctions, each formulated to attack specific dermatological problems, from acne to hyperpigmentation to envy-based green tones.
Med Cure Anti-Aging & Skincare
Helmed by board-certified physician and skincare specialist Dr. Naz Keshwani, the team at Med Cure Anti-Aging & Skincare performs the latest minimally invasive aesthetic and weight-loss procedures. The doc prescribes a spectrum of laser procedures for skin issues, including spider- and varicose-vein treatments, laser hair or tattoo removal, and a Blu-U acne treatment that is designed to safely kill blemish-causing bacteria in the skin. FDA-approved injectables such as Botox and Juvederm smooth out lines and wrinkles webbed across the face, and potent chemical peels work to reverse the effects of sun damage or spending too long watching food cook in the microwave.
The team works with clients on general health issues, too—overweight individuals can sit down with Dr. Keshwani for a weight-loss consultation, complete with bloodwork and metabolism-boosting injections. Women can benefit from bio-identical hormone therapy—made from plant-derived hormones—which can help alleviate the ailments of menopause, including slowed metabolism, hot flashes, and even osteoporosis and heart disease.