Skin Classic Spot Removal
A Skin Irregularities Treatment
As we age, many of us will develop brown spots, broken capillaries, clogged pores, acne cysts, those pesky "red moles", age spots on our hands or skin tags. All those little "spots" on your skin can be annoying, persistent and seemingly hard (and expensive!) to treat. Until NOW!
We are very proud to announce that The Designory is a certified, licensed and insured provider of Skin Classic treatments.
The renowned, award winning Skin Classic system utilizes direct high frequency technology to remove and/or correct various skin irregularities such as Skin Tags, Telangiectasis, Milia, Cherry Angiomas, Keratosis, Fibromas, Sebaceous Hyperplasia, Sun Damage Spots, and Age Spot. Treatment is affordable with little downtime. It is also super quick! A bit "ouch" is involved but more than manageable and so worth it.
Downtime can take from 5-14 days, depending on treatment. With your consultation we will go over what skin irregularities you have, what you'd like to treat and a price for them all.
Skin Irregularities that CAN be treated:
Brown Spots due to sun damage
What to Expect?
There is some downtime for healing. When the Skin Classic probe comes into contact with the epidermis (skin) it will leave a little crust. It typically takes anywhere from 5-10 days before the skin is smooth again. During that time it is important to baby your skin with gentle products.
Do use a gentle cleanser on treated area twice a day (available in spa)
Do use a SPF moisturizer (available in spa)
DON'T go to a tanning bed two weeks prior to treatment
DON'T have another exfoliating treatment unless recommended
DON'T wax, tweeze or use depilatory creams for 7 days prior
AVOID extended sun exposure especially in the 10 days prior to treatment.
AVOID getting Botox, collagen or other chemical filler injections for two weeks before
DELAY use of Tretinoin, Retin-A, Renova, Differin, Tazorac, Avage, EpiDuo, Ziana and high-percentage AHA and BHA products for approximately seven days prior to treatment. Consult your Physician before temporarily discontinuing use of any prescription medications