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  • Cocoon BARE
    Cocoon Urban Day Spa's personally tailored services help clients shut out the stressors of everyday life, as well as refresh appearances. During the signature facial, for instance, clients relax on a plush treatment table while aestheticians apply a customized mask, plump up their skin with oxygen, and then knead knots out of their backs, necks, and shoulders. The decadent facial also includes a calming Shirobhyanga head treatment, which fights insomnia better than lavender-scented PJs. For those who do need to get back to the real world as soon as possible, Cocoon offers services such as 15-minute Brazilian waxes, 30-minute dermaplaning treatments, and mani-pedis performed simultaneously by two technicians. This particular treatment was featured in Vogue. The spa's doctor-partners perform more intensive treatments, too, including Botox injections and teeth whitening.
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    2435 Polk Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Aura Skin Spa
    The board-certified physician, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and registered nurses at Aura Skin Spa help to halt the sands of time with FDA-approved technologies and aesthetic services. They glide high-intensity alexandrite and YAG wavelength lasers over dermal layers, which deliver cease-and-desist letters to hair follicles and sculpt comely silhouettes with SmartLipo MPX treatments. A range of skin services including microdermabrasion allow the crew to exfoliate and moisturize fa?ades until they glow more than a radioactive lightning bug.
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    118 Columbus Ave.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Ageless Beauty Skin Clinic
    Talent attracts talent. That's the case for the three professionals who make up Ageless Beauty Skin Clinic's team. Cheryl Pierce?a registered nurse and member of the Dermatology Nurse's Association?brings more than 15 years of experience into the treatment room, where she administers Botox and dermal fillers. Ms. Pierce also specializes in Fraxel therapy, which uses a laser to help promote collagen production and smooth out wrinkles. To complete the aesthetic offerings of facials, peels, and LED treatments, Ageless Beauty Skin Clinic works in conjunction with Theresa Ferrer of Aesthetique Skincare. Yet despite the company name, many of the treatments at Ageless Beauty Skin Clinic go deeper than the skin. The clinic is also home to Dr. Gary A. Belaga, a neurologist and owner of multiple diploma frames. Dr. Belaga treats all types of neurological disorders, with special attention given to migraines and other types of chronic headaches.
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    2001 Union St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Laurel Heights Plastic Surgery - Lynn Chung, MD
    At Laurel Heights Plastic Surgery, staff members help to curate youthful-looking skin under the guidance of licensed physician Dr. Lynn Chung, who boasts an advanced training fellowship in aesthetic plastic surgery from the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. During the 10-minute Botox or Xeomin treatment, Dr. Chung injects facial muscles with 20 units of either solution, aiding in ironing out wrinkles by triggering nerve impulses and trimming the overgrown talons of crow's-feet. Results will surface in the subsequent days and weeks and can last up to four months, on average. Patients should dash into the waiting room 15 minutes early to shout answers at a questionnaire's inquiries about previous health history, cosmetic interests, and medication allergies.
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    390 Laurel St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Mats Hagstrom MD San Francisco
    Dr. Mats F. Hagstr?m, who attended Stanford and Boston University Medical School, sculpts and contours with plastic surgery. The native Swede and board-certified plastic surgeon takes joy in improving his clients' self-esteem with treatments such as laser-guided liposuction, breast augmentation, and tummy tucks. He and his staff take time during initial consultations to carefully explain the nuts and bolts of each procedure as well as show photos of successful outcomes and his latest bike trip through wine country.
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    909 Hyde Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Douglas K Ousterhout
    Fathers usually teach their sons how to shave, but they don’t often cover how to splice veins and arteries together. Dr. Greg Buncke, however, learned just that from his father, Dr. Harry Buncke. The two worked the operating table together for more than 20 years, and Greg couldn't have had a better teacher; his father pioneered the concept of microsurgery, which enabled doctors to reattach limbs, replace fingers with toes, and replenish muscles in one part of the body with those from another. The younger Dr. Buncke learned much from the man who the San Francisco Chronicle called the "father of microsurgery.” That experience—along with his own studies at Georgetown, a residency at Stanford, and service as a member of several medical societies—informs his work today as a surgeon at the Plastic Surgery Institute of San Francisco. Dr. Buncke co-directs the Plastic Surgery Institute of San Francisco alongside Dr. John Owsley, who has more than 40 years of experience in the field. Four other board-certified doctors fill out the rest of the clinic’s staff. The six doctors can claim specialties in different fields—including cosmetic, plastic, and reconstructive surgery—so the list of available treatments is extensive. On the surgical end, they perform face-lifts, chin and cheek implants, nose jobs, tummy tucks, arm lifts, and scar revision. They also oversee less-invasive procedures, as when an in-house aesthetician exfoliates skin with microdermabrasion and peels and plumps wrinkles with injectable fillers. Unlike people with crank-operated cell phones, the doctors have no problems sharing information; all procedures take place only after clients fully understand the process they will undergo.
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    45 Castro St
    San Francisco, CA US

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