Skin Treatments



Laser is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Lasers can treat discoloration in the skin and stimulate collagen production.



These skin treatments involve injecting a substance under the skin to improve aesthetic appearance. Common injectables include hyaluronic acid filler, Botox, and Kybella. 

Chemical Peels


Utilizing chemical peels to treat skin discoloration, melasma, uneven skin texture, and prevent both fine lines and wrinkles. 



Microneedling is a treatment that uses tiny needles to pierce the skin causing micro-wounds. 

This triggers skin tightening, improvement in skin texture, diminished acne scars, and fine line reduction. 



Radiofrequency treatments transmit heat that to the lowest part of the dermis where collagen is made. The heat stimulates new collagen formation and an effective anti-aging, skin tightening treatment.

PRP Platelet Rich Plasma


Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a part of the blood that is loaded with proteins called "growth factors" which are responsible for expedited cell healing. PRP can be injected or infused in the face, leading to skin rejuvenation.



Gen V

Gen V is a gentle laser that helps manage Rosacea and stimulates collagen.

Suitable for all skin types (I-VI).


Carbon Laser

Carbon Laser is an exfoliation technique that leaves your skin feeling extra soft and glowy.

Suitable for all skin types (I-VI).



Global Laser treatment is a skin treatment that improves skin discoloration and removes broken capillaries (telangectasias).

Suitable for all skin types (I-VI).



Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) is a light-based skin treatment used to correct skin discoloration.

Suitable for lighter skin types (I-IV).



Hyaluronic Acid Fillers

Hyaluronic acid is a short-term injectable dermal filler. As we age, our bones, fats, skin, and muscles diminish over time. These changes lead to sagging, wrinkles, and folds in the face that all contribute to an aged appearance. Injecting hyaluronic acid into specific parts of the face can recreate the foundation and structure we lose during aging. 


Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin are three common injectable neuromodulators derived from bacterium Clostridium Botulinum. All of them work in the same way: by temporarily blocking nerve impulses of the injected muscles thus impairing the muscle contractions that cause wrinkles. 


Kybella is synthetic version of deoxycholic acid - a naturally occurring molecule in the body that is used to break down dietary fat. FDA-approved for use under the chin, once injected into fat cells, Kybella destroys them resulting in a substantial reduction in fullness under the chin.

Chemical Peels


Illuminize Peel

A peel so gentle your skin doesn't actually peel! This treatment is best for those seeking to glow.

Intensity: Mild

Vitalize Peel

A wonderful introductory chemical peel for all skin types! This treatment evens skin tone and texture while stimulating collagen. 

Intensity: Moderate

VI Peel

A popular chemical peel that reduces discoloration, contains anti-aging elements, and improves skin texture.

Intensity: Moderate

Perfect Peel

A strong chemical peel that improves skin tone, texture, and reduces the effects of aging.

Intensity: Strong

Cosmelan Peel

This is revolutionary skin treatment helps mitigate the effects of melasma and skin discoloration.

Intensity: Strong



Microneedling (Traditional)

Traditional microneedling uses a pen-like instrument that has very fine needles used to pierce the skin. Needles range in diameter from 0.5 to 2.5 millimeters, and are used to prick the skin. This causes the skin to tighten and become both more smooth and increasingly firm, correcting acne scars and texture issues. 

Microneedling with Radiofrequency

In a nutshell, Radiofrequency is heat that cauterizes blood vessels, which in this case occurs as the microneedling punctures skin. While microneedling by itself is highly effective, adding radiofrequency reduces bleeding during the treatment and minimizes the recovery time. Additionally, the added heat acts as a stimulator for collagen, further boosting this anti-aging treatment. 




Exilis is a form of radio frequency that stimulates the production of collagen and tightens skin by delivering heat to the skin's dermis. This procedure is virtually pain-free and lasts about 30 minutes to 1 hour.


Venus Viva is a skin resurfacing treatment that uses tiny pins to deliver heat to the skin's surface via radio frequency. This procedure causes tiny micro-wounds, which the body instinctively heals on its own. This treatment repairs uneven skin texture, acne scars, and skin damage.

Radiofrequency with Microneedling

Platelet Rich Plasma



Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a portion of your blood that contains proteins called "growth factors" which the body uses to induce and accelerate cell repair. Medical professionals derive PRP by drawing a vial of blood from the patient, placing the vial in a centrifuge, and spinning the vial to separate PRP from red and white blood cells. Once the PRP is obtained it is injected or infused into the skin. This treatment has been shown to reverse the signs of aging by improving skin texture and stimulating collagen.

PRP for Hair Loss

PRP injections trigger natural hair growth and maintain it by enhancing blood supply to hair follicles thus improving the thickness and health of the hair shaft. Once your PRP is procured (see above), it is injected into the scalp in a series of injections to treat hair loss.

PRP for Under-Eye Dark Circles

When PRP is injected under your eyes it ignites and accelerates the production of collagen while also generating new capillaries which aid in rejuvenating injured cells. This treatment helps tighten delicate skin surrounding the eyes as well as improving skin discoloration.