Treatments for Halloween monsters
- Posted on: Oct 20 2017
As the end of October approaches, we get excited to celebrate all things spooky, creepy and that go bump in the night. Yet even the scariest of monsters can benefit from a restorative skin treatment, and fortunately for Frankenstein, there are options aplenty to improve your look this time of year. Read on, if you dare…
Plasma treatments for vampires
It's always recommended to stay out of the sun, but even the vampires among us may notice the effects of aging. Platelet Rich Plasma Skin Rejuvenation therapy can diminish the appearance of wrinkles. A certified surgeon will extract the plasma from your own blood. The substance is then injected into the skin with micro needles, after your face has been prepared and numbed with a special cream. The procedure aims to stimulate collagen production, smooth the skin, and help you achieve a more youthful appearance.
FRAXEL laser for mummy
Any mummy wrapped up in bandages for decades will be keen to try a FRAXEL laser treatment. Tiny laser beams are directed precisely to the skin with the intention of removing old, decrepit skin cells. Try this procedure to diminish fine lines around the eyes, age spots, scars and sun spots to reveal smoother, clearer skin.
Laser hair removal for a werewolf
Howling at the moon is a blast, but not when unwanted hair just won't go away. Laser hair removal will help the werewolves among us to de-fuzz. The progressive treatment diminishes the appearance of unwanted hair by targeting the follicles. Over time, hair looks lighter and more fine, eventually disappearing.
Skin resurfacing for witches
That reflection in your cauldron just isn't what it used to be, and the remedy isn't another potion: Skin resurfacing is the way to go for the wickedest of witches who want to look younger. This laser treatment removes the damaged layers of wrinkled skin, revealing more smooth epidermis when the healing process has completed.
This Halloween, keep your hand out of the candy jar and treat yourself to a consultation with a board-certified surgeon. No tricks, we promise.