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Skin Classic

*Bid farewell to minor skin imperfections, and say hello to smoother, more even-toned skin!*
The Skin Classic is an award-winning safe non-laser treatment that precisely treats and/or removes minor skin irregularities, permanently, or semi-permanently, without the use of lasers, cutting, burning, or freezing which can effect areas of the skin not being treated. The Skin Classic uses direct high frequency to effectively vaporize and dehydrate the skin irregularity with little downtime and no damage to surrounding tissue.  

Before & After's

I treat as many irregularities as I can in:

15 minute session $95
30 minute session $185
60 minute sessions $350

Spot treatment added on to any service  $30 per spot

Typically one treatment is necessary, however results may vary.

Irregularities that can be treated with Skin Classic include:

Seborrheic Keratosis
Acne Cysts
Broken Capillaries
Cherry Angiomas
Skin Tags
Sebaceous Hyperplasia
Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra (DPN)

Host an in home Skin Classic treatment with friends!

-Minimum of 5 guests

-2.5 hour or 3 hour time slots

Call for more details!

Is there any down time?

Yes. After the treatment you will be slightly red and inflamed depending on the extent of the treated area. 24-48 hours after, a scab-like crust will form over the area. This will fall off on its own in 7-14 days. In some cases, swelling or bruising may occur right after treatment. 


What is home care for post treatment?

Until your scabs fall off you’ll need to use a gentle cleanser, moisturizer, and SPF daily.  Gentle cleansing and patting the skin dry after is best. In shower, avoid letting the water submerge the treated areas until after the scabs have come off. If you exercise, be sure to keep excess sweat off the treated areas.  NO PICKING! 


What will my skin look like after the crust falls off?

The skin may look pinkish or brownish for up to 6-8 weeks as the new skin goes through the complete healing cycle. Skin tone will begin to normalize with the use of proper home care and SPF.


Can I wear makeup after?

During the healing process the treated areas can be covered with mineral makeup but full coverage is not recommended. Please be very gentle in your makeup removal process.


What should I avoid until after the scabs fall off?

Aggressive and corrective topicals should be avoided until after scabs have fallen off. Refrain use of tretinoin, retin-A, renova, differin, tazorac, avage, epiDuo, ziana and high-percentage AHA (glycolic or lactic acid) and BHA (salicylic acid) products.

Who is not a candidate for Skin Classic?

Pacemakers, pregnancy, breastfeeding, lupus, Accutane, diabetes, active cold sore, melasma, moles, or any other dermatological skin condition out of my scope of practice. 



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