Treatments and Products


Radiesse is a calcium based dermal filler injected in sites where deep tissue folds or wrinkles may appear. Radiesse is considered a superior tissue filler which is remarkably effective in softening or erasing folds or deep wrinkles caused by volume loss. Radiesse induces a process called collagenases, stimulating your body to produce new collagen to form around the injected Radiesse.  Radiesse is FDA approved and is proven to provide a more youthful and up lifting appearance with skilled injection techniques.

Juvederm and Restylane

Juvederm and Restylane are hyaluronic acid based fillers. Hyaluronic acid is naturally found in the epidermis of our skin. These fillers restore volume and fullness for fine lines and lip enhancement. Both Juvederm and Restylane are an excellent treatment to decrease fine lines around the mouth and are FDA approved.

Botox and Xeomin

Botox and Xeomin are purified proteins, which relax the muscles that cause movement. This muscle movement causes manipulation of collagen to be moved repeatedly from a certain area and leads to lines (wrinkles) forming.  These treatments are simple and performed by injection. The average amount of paralytic needed for treatment is 20 units per area. The most common areas treated are the glabella (frown), peri-orbital (eyes), frontalis (forehead) and perioral, (around the mouth).  By forcing the muscle to relax in a certain area, the wrinkling appearance decreases significantly. Repeated use can continue to decrease fine lines and provide a maintained appearance.

Diamond tip microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is a quick, safe, effective form of exfoliation for all skin types with no downtime and little to no pain or discomfort. A diamond-tipped applicator is used with a slight suction to remove dead or damaged skin cells. Skin will appear softer, smoother, brighter, and clearer after this procedure. This procedure is commonly followed by a medical grade chemical peel for optimal results.

Medical Grade chemical peels

Jessner’s designer peel- Jessner’s peel is a considered a luxury peel because its combination of salicylic acid, lactic acid and resorcinol. This combination makes for a very effective peel.  The salicylic acid in Jessner’s peel makes it a potent treatment for skin conditions like acne, psoriasis and eczema. The lactic acid in Jessner’s skin peel gently exfoliates the skin’s surface to eliminate hyperpigmentation, while the resorcinol solvent dissolves dull, dead, rough skin, and assist in decreasing the appearance of fine lines.

Glycolic Peel

Glycolic acid is a gentle AHA acid that works by dissolving the bonds between skin cells. This peel has almost no side effects and requires very little downtime. The Glycolic peel is one of the more mild chemical peels, and is great for all skin types, whether young, mature, dry, or sensitive. Glycolic acid provides a gentle exfoliation that assists in reducing fine lines, wrinkles, blemishes, and signs of sun damage.

Salicylic Peel

Salicylic acid is a gentle BHA derived from willow bark.  Salicylic acid clears pores to treat acne, and reduces oil production to stop acne from recurring. The Salicylic Peel is great for those seeking to rid themselves of chronic or recurrent acne or even minuscule blemishes, and enjoy clear, firm, healthy looking skin.

Lactic Peel

Lactic acid is an AHA derived from milk. It’s frequently used, alone or in combination with other AHAs, and is considered a medium skin peel. A lactic peel actually increases hydration to the skin while decreasing hyperpigmentation.


TCA skin peels offer more dramatic results than AHA and BHA peels, and results are seen in fewer sessions. A TCA peel requires a moderate social downtime, or an increased tolerance of advanced peeling and discoloration for an average period of 1 to 2 weeks. TCA peels treat a complete range of skin conditions, from fine lines and wrinkles to acne and melisma.

Galvanic C-Serum Infusion Skin Tightening Treatments

Galvanic treatments for the eyes, face and neck involve the use of mild electrical currents consisting of positive and negative ions to stimulate collagen and skin tightening. As our tranducer agent we use a  high antioxidant C-serum by Obagi. This serum contains a brightening agent that is penetrated deeply into the epidermis by the electrical currents. Treatments involve 1 to 2 times per week for 6 weeks then a maintenance schedule of 1 treatment every 2 to 3 weeks.


Dermaplaning is an exfoliating treatment using a scalpel to remove very deep dead skin cells and villous hair from the face, leaving an extremely smooth skin texture appearance. There is no down time and makeup application is noticeably smoother following this treatment.

Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal utilizes beams of highly concentrated light designed to selectively penetrate into the hair follicles, to be absorbed by the pigment in the hair follicles and to destroy them. Hair within that follicle naturally ceases to grow. This procedure is commonly performed on dark hairs on light skin. Optimal results of Laser hair removal treatments are usually seen after at least six treatments, but may require more treatments depending on the density of follicles in any particular area being treated.


Obagi is a prescription strength facial rejuvenation system. Obagi works deep at the cellular level to correct surface discoloration, sun damage, acne blemishes, fine lines and overall dull skin. Obagi stimulates cell renewal and collagen production to bring back the glow and healthy youthful look to your skin.


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