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Choose Between Two Options
- $99 for two sun-spot treatments (up to a $665 value)
- $120 for three sun-spot treatments (up to a $965 value)
After an initial consultation examines skin discoloration, clients yield their hands or faces to the sun-spot procedure. During 15- to 30-minute sessions, a StarLux Intense Pulsed Light laser shines concentrated beams onto darkened areas to vanquish freckles and help reduce the risk of skin cancer from the solar scourges. The staff also offer chemical peels for larger clusters that resist the laser, and they provide each patient with a skin exam to detect unnoticed spots. After emerging from the treatment with a new, spotless hide, Groupon customers can purchase dermatological products by SkinMedica, Glytone, Obagi, and glo minerals makeup with a 15% discount.
Suncoast Skin Solutions
From his seven offices, board-certified dermatologist Dr. Christopher Ewanowski and his knowledgeable staff help restore epidermises with cosmetic, medical, and surgical skin treatments. With a stable of seven lasers, including the Candela GentleLase, Palomar Icon IPL, and the 2,940-nanometer Whisper, Suncoast’s trained technicians rid skin of unwanted hair, sun damage, broken blood vessels, and tattoos of broken blood vessels. For more invasive procedures, including eyelid-lifting blepharoplasty and Dr. Ewanowski's specialty, the cancer-ridding Mohs micrographic surgery, the doctor treats clients in the in-office surgical suite. Suncoast’s resident aesthetician pampers with medical-grade spa services, using products from such skincare brands as SkinMedica, Avène, and glo.
93% of 200 customers recommend
“The staff is wonderful and the service was a very pleasant experience!”
“Thanks for the friendly and professional care. I am recommending my wife to make an appointment for an evaluation.”
“Great staff, doctor and therapist.”