Hair Reduction, Acne, Hyperpigmentation, Vascular Lesions, Skin Tyte
Choose from a variety of different treatments from the Sciton Company.
All of our employees that offer the treatments are fully trained.
Unwanted hair can be a source of frustration and embarrassment, growing everywhere from upper lips and underarms to backs and bikini lines.
If the body produces too much or too little melanin, it can cause brown spots, sun spots, moles, melasma or other skin patches that appear lighter or darker than normal. Some people address pigmentation concerns with medicines and creams, while others are seeking treatments for more dramatic results.
As people age, the skin ages too, losing its natural collagen and elasticity. Loose skin can occur all over the body, but it is especially common in the face, neck, abdomen, and arms.
As the most common skin condition in the U.S., acne is caused when hair follicles become clogged with oil and dead skin cells. While it’s a common rite of passage in adolescence, acne can also become persistent and unsightly, affecting millions of adults — both physically and emotionally.
Vascular lesions, caused by enlarged or broken blood vessels, can take many forms on the body — from rosacea and port-wine stains to spider veins and birthmarks. Vascular lesions usually do not go away on their own, which is why many patients are seeking treatment options.