Skin Rejuvenation

Body Contouring.   Microneedling.   Sublative RF.   Sublime.
Facial Vessels & Leg Veins.   Injectables.   Photofacial.


Think of Skin Rejuvenation as the 'medical' side to our med spa. Whether you're looking to target pigment, wrinkles, scarring, loose skin, or anything in between, we look forward to consulting with you and developing your free treatment plan.

Please note that a skin rejuvenation consultation is required in advance of booking your first treatment.

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Velashape III is an effective, non-surgical and non-invasive body contouring treatment. It stimulates the growth of collagen and elastin, resulting in localized reduction in skin laxity and body volume. The results are an overall improvement in skin structure and texture.



Offered with AAC in a variety of ways and at different price points, microneedling is one of our most popular treatments.

Collagen induction therapy (another name for microneedling), is a cosmetic procedure that involves repeatedly puncturing the skin with tiny, sterile needles.


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This radio frequency treatment generates deep dermal heating to induce skin injury, which elicits a wound healing response, leading to tighter, smoother, rejuvenated skin.

Highly recommended for clients targeting scarring or stretch marks.




Sublime is a safe, non-invasive wrinkle reduction procedure used to contour the skin. It combines energies to precisely heat the dermal tissue and stimulate production of collagen using infrared light, in combination with bi-polar radio frequency.

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Performed using the popular hair removal laser, the N.D. Yag, we can target superficial vessels (less than 1.5 mm in thickness) on the face and body. Photo light absorbs into the color of the vessel, collapsing it to stop blood flow, after which the body sheds the damaged cells naturally.



Tired of crows feet, lines and wrinkles? Interested in lip augmentation or facial contouring? Injectable skin and wrinkle fillers are used to increase tissue volume, reduce wrinkles, and improve skin’s overall contour with little to no downtime.


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Getting a Photofacial is the most common way to treat pigmented lesions (brown spots), rosacea, and small blood vessels. The light heats the darker area, damaging either the targeted melanin (skin pigment in dark spots), or the desired blood vessels/diffused redness, and lifts the melanin to the surface of the skin where it sloughs off.