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Micro-needling, also known as collagen induction therapy, is a cosmetic procedure that involves the use of a device with fine needles to create controlled micro-injuries in the skin's surface. These micro-injuries stimulate the body's natural healing processes, leading to increased collagen and elastin production, as well as improved skin texture and appearance. Micro-needling can address a variety of skin concerns, including fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, enlarged pores, and uneven skin tone. Here's an overview of the micro-needling procedure:

Important Considerations:

  • Micro-needling should be performed by a licensed and experienced medical professional.

  • Follow the post-treatment instructions provided by your provider to promote healing and avoid complications.

  • Avoid using harsh skincare products, exfoliants, or retinoids for a few days after the procedure.

  • Sun protection is crucial following micro-needling to protect the healing skin from UV damage.

  • Individual responses to micro-needling can vary, and results may take time to become fully evident.


Golden Glow:

AquaGold Fine Touch is a cosmetic treatment that involves the use of a specialized device to deliver a customized blend of neuromodulators, hyaluronic acid, serums, vitamins, and other skin boosting ingredients directly into the skin. This treatment is designed to improve skin texture, tone, and hydration by addressing various skin concerns. AquaGold is often referred to as the "Golden Glow" due to its ability to create a rejuvenating and hydrating effect on the skin. Here's an overview of the AquaGold treatment:

Chemical Peels:

Chemical peels are cosmetic procedures that involve applying a chemical solution to the skin to exfoliate the outermost layers, promoting cell turnover and revealing smoother, more even-toned skin. Chemical peels can be customized based on the specific skin concerns being addressed and the depth of penetration needed. They are used to improve skin texture, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, treat acne and acne scars, and even out skin tone. Here's an overview of chemical peel treatments:

Types of Chemical Peels: There are three main types of chemical peels:

  1. Superficial Peels: These peels use mild acids to exfoliate the outermost layer of the skin. They are often referred to as "lunchtime peels" because there's little to no downtime.

  2. Medium Peels: Medium-depth peels penetrate deeper into the skin, targeting moderate wrinkles, pigmentation irregularities, and acne scars.

  3. Deep Peels: Deep peels use stronger acids to address more severe skin concerns. They require more downtime and are often used to treat advanced signs of aging and deep scars.

"Dr Wendy is the only person I will ever let touch my face when it comes to injectables and
specialized skin treatments. I have very sensitive and troubled skin and Dr. Wendy is beyond exceptional at making clients feel at ease.""

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