LED treats acne, wrinkles, facial lines and sun-damaged skin. LED skin treatments may encourage normal cell turnover and the production of collagen. LED stimulates collagen for a more youthful appearance.
Microcurrent is a low level of electricity that mirrors the body's own natural electrical currents. It enhances the production of natural collagen and elastin, provides circulatory benefits, and tightens the muscles of the face.
A microcurrent facial is a noninvasive treatment that involves zapping your face with tiny electrical currents to stimulate, tone and tighten facial and or neck muscles.
A chemical peel improves the appearance of the skin on the face, neck, chest, hands and body. A chemical solution is applied to the skin that may cause it to exfoliate. The new, regenerated skin is smoother and brighter. A chemical peel can be used to treat wrinkles, skin discoloration, acne, and dull skin. Chemical peels also help skincare products to absorb better.
Dermaplaning is a cosmetic procedure that removes the top layers of your skin. The procedure aims to remove fine wrinkles, fine white hairs, clogged pores, and dead skin cells. It leaves the skin surface smooth and bright. It helps skincare products absorb into the skin better.
A procedure that exfoliates and removes the superficial layer of dry, dead skin cells. Microdermabrasion helps with skin circulation and leaves the skin with a smoother brighter appearance. It helps to improve skin texture, color, mild scarring, fine lines.
Vistapen promotes skin rejuvenation through a non-surgical procedure known as Collagen Induction Therapy. This minimally invasive treatment utilizes a Vistapen device and needle cartridge comprised of tiny needles that vertically puncture the skin and stimulate the wound healing process within the body’s natural healing responses through the production of new dermal fibroblast cells. Results may be noticeable in just a few short treatments (6 is recommended for optimal results).
Sclerotherapy is a popular method of eliminating superficial telangiectasias (“spider veins”) in which a solution, called a sclerosing agent, is injected into the veins. The injection causes a sclerosis, or the formation of fibrous tissue in the vessel after an inflammatory reaction. This process causes a gradual fading of the treated vessel over a period of several weeks to several months.