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Laser Hair Removal
Laser hair removal is ideal for anyone who is tired of shaving, plucking or waxing. While it does cost more upfront than other options, it is less expensive in the long run because it eliminates the need for regular maintenance.
When a laser light is passed over the skin, it destroys the hair follicle so that it can never grow hair again. However, a person’s hair growth cycle includes resting, shedding and growing periods, so some regrowth is inevitable.
This FDA-cleared at-home device reduces unwanted hair, but also has a facial mode that softens forehead wrinkles and smooths uneven skin texture. For best results, you’ll need 6 sessions spaced 6-8 weeks apart.
Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive treatment that removes the outermost layer of skin cells. It is a great treatment for aging, fine lines and wrinkles, light scarring, sun damage, and uneven skin tones. It is also a good pretreatment for laser treatments.
It works on all skin types and colors. However, it does not improve deep wrinkles, surgical scars, or pigmentation.
Our microdermabrasion treatment is enriched with Vitamin C, an antioxidant known for its brightening properties. The nourishing formula along with the gentle exfoliating process leaves your face with a fresh glow! It is recommended that you have a series of treatments to achieve optimal results.
Chemical peels are used to remove dead skin cells and reduce fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and pore size. Dr. Green specializes in the Vi Peel, which uses salicylic acid, vitamin C and TCA to help treat active acne breakouts, hyperpigmentation and enlarged pores.
During a light peel, the chemical solution is applied to your face with a brush, cotton tip applicator or gauze swab. The treatment may cause some mild stinging.
A deeper peel involves a stronger solution and can take longer to heal. Your skincare professional will discuss your Fitzpatrick skin type and concerns to recommend a peel that will best suit you.
After a numbing cream is smoothed over your face, the person performing microneedling will move a pen-shaped tool with tiny needles around your skin. The small pricks trigger your body’s healing response, sending collagen and elastin to fill in the tiny injuries, which improves the look of fine lines and wrinkles.
At-home microneedling devices, such as the dermaroller, penetrate only the top layer of skin (the epidermis). Professional tools can penetrate into the dermis (2 mm to 3 mm) and trigger long-term dermal remodeling and neoelastogenesis.
Microneedling is a great treatment for rolling and boxcar scars but is less effective for ice-pick or hypertrophic scars. It also works well in combination with other treatments, including chemical peels and platelet-rich plasma.
Facials help keep skin healthy by cleansing, exfoliating, extracting, and applying serums. A facial also includes a face and neck massage, which can be beneficial in calming and sculpting the skin.
A facial can reduce fine lines and wrinkles, improve the appearance of clogged pores, reduce acne and blemishes, brighten dull skin, and even out skin tone. It is recommended to receive facials every four to six weeks for optimal results.
It’s important to find a licensed professional who is knowledgeable about the skin, and ask questions regarding your skincare goals and health. This will help ensure that the facial is appropriate for your needs and won’t cause irritation or other unwanted side effects.