Skin Klinic now offers Pelleve to reduce wrinkles

We are excited to announce that we are now offering Pelleve. The Pelleve System is a FDA-approved, noninvasive treatment that delivers radiofrequency energy into the skin, causing heat where the skin and fat layer meet, which helps to reduce wrinkles. The heat affects the collagen in the skin, causing new growth of collagen over time. This process results in firmer, tighter skin giving you a more youthful look.

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Don’t Let Your Wrinkles Tell Your Story. Refresh your look with RADIESSE®

Do you wish you could beat the aging process? You can, and we are excited to help! RADIESSE, a dermal filler, is FDA-approved for correction of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial fold (the creases that extend from the corner of your nose to the corner of your mouth). As these lines are filled, you start to get that youthful look you once had and loved.

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Is it time to consider Botox?

What is the right time to consider Botox? 30s? 40s? 50s?

Botox is produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinus called botulinum toxin. There are many beneficial uses for Botox, but at Skin Klinic & Day Spa, we use it as a cosmetic medical treatment to remove wrinkles by temporarily relaxes muscles in the face, causing them to relax and soften. Your youthful appearance typically lasts three to four months.

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The Emerge

Have you been experiencing unwanted stretch marks, wrinkles or scarring? A lot of us are and there’s a solution to rejuvenating the skin to give it a natural and youthful look! Skin Klinic Day Spa now offers the Palomar Emerge™ Fractional Laser that stimulates collagen and elastin in the skin to promote youthful skin by using non-surgical microbeams to treat the affected areas. The collagen and elastin fibers continuously multiply after treatment, so you will continue to see improved results months after your procedure! This process results in a fast healing time with limited side effects.

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