Laser Hair Removal

March 22, 2013

Eden Prairie and Mendota Heights Laser Hair Removal – The Envy Skin Clinic Difference

Envy Skin Clinic in the Twin Cities features 4 different Laser Hair Removal Lasers:

The Alma Soprano
The Sciton Joule and Sciton Soprano
The Lumenis Lightsheer Duet

LHREnvy Skin Clinic in the Twin Cities features 4 different Laser Hair Removal Lasers:

Laser Hair Removal
Laser hair removal is a procedure in which hair is destroyed by utilizing a long pulse laser. This process has been designed and perfected through years of research and experience.

The laser parameters are carefully determined by examining the anatomy of the hair follicle and precisely matching the laser light and pulse duration to the follicle size, depth and location. This process prevents the regrowth of the hair in the designated treatment area.

Laser hair removal is performed by a specially-trained laser specialist who distributes the light of a long pulse laser onto the skin. The laser works by disabling hairs that are in their active growth cycle at the time of treatment. Since other hairs will enter their growth cycle at different times, 6 treatments are necessary to disable all of the follicles in a given area.

Our lasers can treat all skin types, including tan skin, safely and effectively.

Guarantee*
We offer a written guarantee to anyone who purchases a package of 6 treatments. Simply put, if you’re not hair-free in 6 treatments, you have, depending on the package, between 1 year and 18 months to come back for touch-ups, for FREE!

*Guarantee does not apply to pigmentless or velus hair.

Types of Hair Removal

Envy Skin Clinic offers hair removal on all areas, including, but not limited to:

Brow Laser Hair Removal
Upper Lip Laser Hair Removal
Chin Laser Hair Removal
Full Face Laser Hair Removal
Full Chest or Back Laser Hair Removal
Bikini Area Laser Hair Removal including Brazilian and French
Full Leg Laser Hair Removal
Feet and Toes Laser Hair Removal

Envy Skin Clinic serves the Twin Cities metro area of Minnesota, including Minneapolis and St. Paul

VI Peel at Envy Skin Clinic

February 21, 2013

Vi Peels

Looking for a skin treatment that offers many benefits, check out the Vi Peel at Envy Skin Clinic…

Perfect for treating hyperpigmentation and melasma
reversing sun damage and signs of aging
improving skin tone and texture
clearing Acne & reducing Acne scars
stimulating collagen growth and elastin production, for younger looking skin
reducing the appearance of pores

Benefits
There are many benefits, including:
The VI Peel is safe for all skin types and ethnicities;
It is the only peel safe to use on the eye area, neck, chest and hands;
No skin preconditioning is necessary. See pre- and post-peel skin care, below;
It is virtually discomfort free. Clients typically experience a warm, tingly sensation that quickly subsides;
There is little or no downtime. The actually peeling process lasts 2 to 3 days, and is easily managed with the post-peel kit that is included with the peel;
You’ll see beautiful results in just one week.

Beautiful Results
Within One Week!

Vi 1

Ingredients
The VI Peel consists of a synergistic blend of five acids that no other peel offers:
TCA – Trichloroacetic Acid for penetration, deep scar healing;
stimulates collagen growth;
Retin-A – acid derived from vitamin A to combat wrinkles;
Salicylic Acid – this beta hydroxy acid (BHA) is an exfoliant;
Phenol – has antiseptic and anesthetic properties;
aids in skin penetration;
Vitamin C – ascorbic acid has antioxidant and mild exfoliation properties

Contraindications
Those with allergies to any of the ingredients above and women who are pregnant or nursing should not undergo a VI Peel.

Pre-Peel Skin Care
For one week prior to receiving the VI Peel, the best results are achieved by having a consultation with a skin care professional to discuss the peel pre- and post-peel home care to acheive the best results from the VI Peel and to maintain those benefits.

Post-Peel Skin Care
The VI Peel has just given you the equivalent of multiple peels. So, for a week or two following the peel it’s best to avoid exfoliating products like glycolic acid and retinols. Avoid direct and prolonged exposure to the sun, and we recommend you use a sunscreen at all times.
Resist the temptation of pulling your peeling skin off – it’s important that you let it peel naturally. Manage your appearance instead with the included post-peel kit and an oil-free moisturizer. Do not use topical Hydrocortisone Creams, such as our Aloe-Cort cream, as they will stop the peeling process.

You deserve to be beautiful!

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Drink Up!

February 8, 2013

How important is water to your body, inside and out?

Take a close look…

Human Body

Are you tired of shaving? Have you considered laser hair removal? What is laser hair removal?

Laser Hair Removal
Laser hair removal is a procedure in which hair is destroyed by utilizing a long pulse laser. This process has been designed and perfected through years of research and experience.

The laser parameters are carefully determined by examining the anatomy of the hair follicle and precisely matching the laser light and pulse duration to the follicle size, depth and location. This process prevents the regrowth of the hair in the designated treatment area.

Watch the video for more…

Sweat for Health

December 18, 2012

Sweating is a very important process that your body uses for a variety of purposes. It is used to help your overall health. You don’t have to be working out to sweat, but when you do it during exercise, you are benefiting your body. Some of the benefits of sweating:

Woman Sweating

Clean Skin

Unfortunately, sweating has gotten a bad reputation. But sweating is actually your body’s way of helping to keep your skin clean. Every day, toxins build up in your pores that need to be released. If they’re not, then your skin can break out and cause pimples, rashes and other skin infections. By sweating out these toxins, your skin stays cleaner and, over time, it will appear to look healthier than ever.

Lowers Body Temperature

However, great skin isn’t the only thing you gain when you break a good sweat. When you exercise, heat is generated, helping increase the amount of calories you burn. Now, in terms of regulating temperature, sweating keeps your body from overheating, which may prevent you from working out properly and may even cause heat stroke.

 

Helps Fight Sickness

A fever is not fun. So when you get a fever, the first thing you do is run to the medicine. Did you know a fever is actually your body’s way of fighting off sickness by trying to help you sweat it out? If you are sick,

Sweating is one of the best things that your body can do to help keep itself healthy. Though you probably do everything you can to stop your body from doing it, the physical act of sweating is therapeutic for your body. It helps your skin, which is your largest organ, to stay active (especially during the winter months) and it helps your internal organs to stay cool by lowering your overall body temperature. If you do not exercise or workout regularly, you probably do not sweat much. You should try to change this. At the very least, there are saunas and spas available to you that allow you to enjoy the benefits of sweating without ever setting foot in the gym. Try to sweat more often to help your body stay healthy

The premise is simple, when your body is subjected to temperatures hot enough that sweating results, all the bodies systems are kicked into high gear. The need for oxygen is increased by 20% as the blood flow accelerates, metabolism increases and your organs experience a flush. You can liken it to exercise, but for your internal systems. We all know how important movement and exercise is for the maintenance of health and wellness- the fact is that it’s just as true for your insides as for the out.

“Given a fever, I can cure any disease”. -Hippocrates

Face Cleansing Tips

December 8, 2012

*According to some experts, washing your face might be a bit more than just soap and water. Some tips…

Gentle Skin

1. Use a gentle, non-abrasive cleanser.

2. Wet your face with lukewarm water and use your fingertips to apply cleanser. Using a washcloth, mesh sponge or anything other than your fingertips can irritate your skin.

3. Resist the temptation to scrub your skin as scrubbing irritates the skin.

4. Limit washing to twice a day and after sweating. Wash your face once in the morning and once at night as well as after sweating heavily. Perspiration, especially when wearing a hat, irritates the skin. Wash your skin as soon as possible after sweating.

5. Rinse with lukewarm water, and pat dry with a soft towel.

6.  Apply moisturizer if your skin is dry or itchy. Be gentle when applying any cream around your eyes so you do not pull too hard on this delicate skin.

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*Sources- Science Daily, Discovery Fit and Health