When you’re considering one or more cosmetic treatments to enhance your beauty, think about the cost as more than just money spent. It’s also wise to think about treatments as an investment in the future. Many cosmetic treatments deliver instant results you can see. Some may require additional sessions to achieve the best results over time.
What this means is, when choosing cosmetic procedures, consider all the variables. It’s not just the cost, but also your downtime as well as the time spent at the dermatologist’s office. You could opt for a series of less aggressive peels or laser treatments over several months—or you could gain similar, possibly better, benefits by choosing one intense treatment. This may cost far less in the long run, in terms of time and money.
Walk-in Dermatology offers a full suite of cosmetic treatments by caring dermatologists and aestheticians, plus the convenience of easy scheduling. Below are some of our top offerings that can help you look your best quickly and affordably.
Facials may include steam treatment, exfoliation, extraction, creams, lotions, masks, peels and massage. Start with a cleanse/steam treatment, skin analysis, customized exfoliation mask and pore extractions as needed. Your session will generally conclude with a customized finishing treatment.
HydraFacial and DiamondGlow are hydradermabrasion machines that clean and hydrate the skin. You’ll see instant results from just one visit. HydraFacial and DiamondGlow exfoliate old skin cells, clean your pores and saturate the surface of your skin with rejuvenating antioxidants and peptides. This is a great choice if you have an important event on the calendar and want to look your best – fast.
Injectable cosmetic fillers are used to smooth out facial wrinkles. These FDA-approved fillers are safe, effective and fast. Each is available in different formulations to treat different areas of the face for maximum results.
Botox is a safe, non-surgical prescription medicine that is injected into muscles and used to temporarily improve the look of moderate to severe forehead lines, crow’s feet lines, and frown lines between the eyebrows in adults. Your dermatologist will ask about your medical history and any other conditions to minimize the chance of any allergic reaction.
A chemical peel is a technique for improving the appearance of skin on the face, neck or hands. Your treatment provider applies a chemical solution to your skin to remove the top layers. Skin that grows back is smoother. With a light or medium peel, you may need to undergo the procedure more than once to achieve your desired results.
Chemical peels are used to treat wrinkles, discolored skin and scars. They can be done alone or combined with other cosmetic procedures. Peels can also be done at different depths, from light to deep. Deeper chemical peels offer more-dramatic results but the recovery time takes longer. As noted earlier, this is one of those cases where one intense treatment may be more cost-effective than multiple visits for lighter treatments.
Diamond Laser Rejuvenation is an effective procedure for treating wrinkles, sun damage, and facial veins. The treatment uses a highly-focused laser light to remove damaged, sensitive, and aged skin. It is performed with a special diamond-tipped tool that gently removes toxins, dirt and dead skin cells. This boosts the skin’s metabolism to reveal new and smoother skin. Results are visible after a single session.
Laser hair removal is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures. Most people experience hair removal that lasts several months – and it might last for years. However, laser treatments cannot guarantee permanent hair removal. Still, when hair regrows, it’s usually finer and lighter in color. You might need maintenance laser treatments for long-term hair reduction. The procedure itself is quick, painless and produces immediate results.
While there are consumer-grade laser hair removal devices available for home use that may deliver modest results, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration considers these home laser hair removal devices to be cosmetic, not medical. That means they don’t get the same level of scrutiny. Currently, there aren’t any large, long-term studies on the safety or actual effectiveness of hair removal devices for home use.
If you have concerns about any skin condition and need dependable answers fast, you don’t have to wonder, worry or wait. Walk-in Dermatology is here to keep you healthy. Our team of dermatologists and experienced healthcare staff will address your concerns and provide the necessary care for all your skin conditions. We can set up a Video Visit and even prescribe medications remotely, or you can schedule an appointment with us online. The choice is yours. But don’t wait until the problem gets worse. Contact us today.