With certifications from both the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery, Dr. Daniel A. Sterling stands out from the crowd. Esthetician Lisa Finch is equally impressive -- receiving awards from Obagi, advanced training, and a certification in Advanced Medical Aesthetics:
• $100 ($220 value) for one medical-grade hydra peel
• $225 ($450 value) for three hand rejuvenation peels
• $250 ($500 value) for four Glytone Enerpeel eye peels
• $100 ($200 value) for a medical-grade micro peel
• $350 ($900 value) for four hydra peels
The hydra peel is a three-step treatment that begins with a medical-grade cleansing using the Clarisonic skincare brush. An ultrasonic cavitation follows to gently remove dead surface cells. Then, you'll receive a chemical peel and finish with a soothing medical-grade balm and Colorescience skin protection products.
The hand rejuvenation peels use mechanical and chemical exfoliation to help restore the youthful look of your hands.
The Glytone Enerpeel eye peels can help rejuvenate the delicate skin around your eyes. It's recommended that you return for all four peels to see the best results.
The micro peel is a three-step treatment that begins with a medical-grade cleansing using the Clarisonic skincare brush. Then, a diamond-tipped wand glides over your skin to help slough off lifeless skin cells before a chemical peel is applied. The treatment ends with a soothing medical-grade balm and Colorescience skin protection products.
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