Looking younger often requires standing next to something much older, such as a brontosaur femur or the future. Gulp a gallon from the Fountain of Precluding the Evincing of Age with today’s Groupon: for $40, you get a PCA skin peel, glycolic skin peel, or medical facial from Waldman Schantz Plastic Surgery (a $100 value).
Helmed by plastic and reconstructive surgeons Dr. S. Randolph Waldman and Dr. Stephen Schantz, the medical aestheticians at Waldman Schantz Plastic Surgery, enhance epidermises during the PCA peel, glycolic peel, or medical facial. An initial consultation precedes each procedure, during which staff explain each service in detail and allow patients to ask questions, such as how much mime makeup is appropriate in the workplace. The PCA peel—an acronym for Physicians' Choice of Arizona—targets acne and sun- or hormone-triggered hyperpigmentation through a lactic-acid-based solution that gently sheds the superficial layer of the skin. To diminish the appearance of wrinkles and light brown spots, aestheticians apply the exfoliating glycolic peel, which may also open blocked pores and stymie breakouts as it accelerates cell turnover. Alternatively, visages yearning for a deep cleansing attain a tone more balanced and refined than Shakespeare's uneven-bars routine after undergoing the medical facial.
Skin Chic at Waldman Schantz
At Skin Chic, Dr. Waldman, Dr. Schantz, and Dr. Nimtz perform elective surgeries ranging from face-lifts to liposuction. They also lead a team of aesthetic specialists that improves appearances with less invasive strategies, such as facial peels and alerting clients to mustard on their collars. Lasers can be enlisted for a myriad of reasons, including tightening skin and fading unwanted tattoos.