SKIN GROWTH CORRECTION
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- 3 min3 minutes
- Price VaryPrice Vary
( A SAFE AND NON-INVASIVE TREATMENT, THE RESULT IS INSTANT AND PERMANENT ) Removal of skin tags, cholesterol deposits, broken capillaries, spider veins, milia (whiteheads), sun spots, age spots, warts, telangiectasia (dilated capillaries), cherry angiomas, small raised fibromas, acne pimples, clogged pores, unwanted hair, cysts, keratoses, sebaceous hyperplasia, and other skin irregularities. A minimum of 5 minutes per treatment. Depending on the treatment process - The price ranges from $12.00 and up, for each individual procedure. NOTE: Package treatment available. Ask for details. *AFTER TREATMENT CARE (HOME CARE) NOTE: Other side effects may be redness and irritation which is to be expected. Call your Esthetician for advice. If an allergic reaction occurs seek medical care. 1. Do not directly touch the treated area for 24hrs-48hrs as this can increase the risk of irritation and infection. 2. Do not pick any loose skins or scabs. Premature removal of scabs may result in hypo-pigmentation, infection, irritation, or scarring. 3. If the treated area is still irritated, then apply antibiotic cream that was provided by your esthetician or use medicated cream such as Neosporin or medicated powder to the area of concern. Keep the area dry for 24hrs to 72hrs following treatment. 4. While cleansing the face use facial products provided by your esthetician. (DO NOT USE ANY OTHER PRODUCTS NOT PROVIDED BY YOUR ESTHETICIAN). Protects the treated area of the skin from getting wet. 5. After washing, pat the treated area dry. DO NOT RUB! 6. Do not apply make-up or cosmetics on the treated area for 24hrs following treatment or until the skin is healed or otherwise advised by the esthetician. 7. DO NOT USE: Any other form of peeling or bleaching product for at least 21 days following treatment or otherwise advised by your esthetician. 8. It is HIGHLY recommended to use sunscreen protection regularly provided by an esthetician. It is recommended to avoid direct sunlight exposure during peak hours. (11 am to 5 pm)