Skin treatments

Your esthetician will meet with you to analyze your skin treatments and discuss your skin care objectives. Using advanced products and treatments, he or she will recommend a personal skin care regimen to help improve your skin’s texture, tone, and overall appearance.

Wrinkle Solutions

See all available neuromodulator services below.

Types Of Skin Treatments

Some of the more common issues are acne scars,age spots, wrinkles, and sagging skin. Some of the more common skin treatments are: laser treatments for laser rejuvenation and laser resurfacing, microdermabrasion, botox (botulinum toxins), dermal fillers, chemical peels among others.


Microneedling treatment is a non-invasive way to address wrinkles, diminish scarring and sunspots, and tighten loose or sagging skin. Subcision is a treatment that can be added to reduce the appearance of certain types of acne scars.

Plasma Pen (Skin Tightening)

Plasma Pen is a non-invasive treatment that helps tighten, and rejuvenate your skin. This treatment uses plasma gas to create tiny spots on the skin which helps with tightness and collagen. If you have wrinkles, loss of collagen, and sagging skin, this treatment may be right for you.

Chemical Peels

Chemical peels are used as cosmetic treatments to help exfoliate your skin. Acids in varying types and combinations are utilized to remove skin cells to address multiple skin concerns. Chemical peels can address anti-aging, acne, hyperpigmentation, and many other skin concerns. Some may be mild and can be done more frequently, while others are deeper and are done less frequently.

Mesotherapy Skin Booster

Skin boosters’ are an injectable treatment that is designed to deliver deep skin hydration. They’re also sometimes referred to as injections for skin quality, as they promote a natural glow and radiance. Mesotherapy involves a simple series of injections which help break down unwanted small localized areas of fat. This process of breaking down body fat is referred to as lipolysis.

Skin Lesion Removal

A small blade to remove the outermost layers of skin after the area is made numb. The area removed includes all or part of the lesion. It’s used to improve the appearance of wrinkles and correct facial contours for a more youthful appearance. It’s an injectable filler with a collagen base and polymethyl methacrylate microspheres.

Frequently Asked Questions About Neuromodulators

Many patients complain that they dislike the way the light catches wrinkles in photos, the way make-up sits in the lines, or that they look older than they feel. Neuromodulators are versatile and can be used to help not only lines and wrinkles but also other concerns. Both can also be used for excessive sweating, jaw muscle/facial slimming, overactive muscles/dimpling (chin), nose lines, necklines, and more!

There are many brands of neuromodulators on the market and Lucy NP prefers Botox and Dysport. Neuromodulators are among the most popular aesthetic treatments offered.
The detailed consultation process will help answer your questions and alleviate your concerns.

Aesthetically trained Lucy NP will take the time to listen and develop a treatment plan which revolves around patient goals. You may need a series of treatments that will give you the best results.

Neuromodulator treatments are safe to use in the following areas:

  • Between eyebrows
  • Forehead
  • Crows feet
  • Nose lines/bunny lines
  • Nose (nostril-flaring, tip droop)
  • Chin dimpling
  • Marionette area/downturned smile
  • Jawline
  • Neckbands
  • Neck horizontal lines
  • Combined with filler to glaze skin for smoothing effect
  • Lip lines
  • Lip flip
  • Sweaty palms, feet, underarms

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