April 2021 Special

April 2021 Special

We’re extending our halo special thru the end of April! We recommend treating your skin to a Halo treatment every 1-2 years to help slow the aging process and keep your skin bright and glowing.

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March 2021 Special

March 2021 Special

Ditch the filters and get the HALO GLOW! Halo hybrid fractional resurfacing eliminates years of accumulated sun damage within the skin to restore a more youthful glow. Our patients see improvement in texture, pore size, fine lines and sun spots with minimal downtime compared to other resurfacing lasers.

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February 2021 Special

February 2021 Special

Our new BBL Hero is installed and ready to treat! Through February 28th, purchase a full face BBL Hero treatment ($500), receive $200 off one BBL Hero body treatment for neck, chest, hands or arms! We’ve seen great results from BBL Hero and we can’t wait to see your results!

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Top Benefits of Broadband Light Treatments

Broadband light (BBL) treatments involve lamps that emit wavelengths, which can target and help improve many skin conditions. BBL addresses issues of aging as well as skin damage from the sun or other causes. Top Three Benefits of the Treatment It’s fast. It’s possible to complete the process within only about 30 minutes, depending on […]

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Identifying and Treating Skin Pigmentation Disorders

Skin pigmentation disorders may arise from a variety of sources, including hormonal changes, prolonged sun exposure, and certain diseases. The name of the pigment in skin is melanin, and it is produced by special cells called melanocytes. An abnormally low amount of melanin causes the skin to become lighter in color, which is called hypopigmentation. […]

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Monitoring Birthmarks for Your Health

Birthmarks vary widely in appearance. Often these pigments will change over time, becoming smaller and less noticeable. Whenever skin discolorations are present, it is important to monitor them to notice changes in size and appearance. Overview Birthmarks are not a result of anything a mother did or did not do during pregnancy. There is no […]

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What is Tinea Versicolor and How is It Treated?

Tinea versicolor is a fungal infection of the skin caused by the skin’s natural yeast. It manifests itself as a rash. It’s relatively easy to kill the infection, but the skin often remains discolored for months, and the infection frequently recurs in many patients. The infection can occur in people of all ages and skin […]

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