How are you protecting patients and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic?
We have redesigned the clinic experience to lessen contact between patients and staff while maintaining high quality service and results. You can find out more information regarding our clinic's safety protocols here
What is a laser facial and how does it work?
Our signature laser facials use FDA-approved technology to completely rejuvenate the skin with no downtime. We use different wavelengths to safely and effectively treat a wide variety of skin concerns like acne, marks, pores, roughness, scars, and premature aging. The end result? Visibly clearer and healthier skin after each session.
How much does it cost?
Here at Remedy, we aim to provide high-quality solutions at an accessible price point. We offer single treatments as well as packages. See our complete price list here
Who performs the treatment?
Our laser facials are performed by highly-trained nurse aestheticians. However, for an additional cost, you may choose to have your facial performed by a board-certified dermatologist.
Does it hurt?
No. The treatment is gentle and non-invasive. You may experience a warm prickly sensation, but it is not painful.
What are the benefits?
You may see the benefits of each treatment here
How soon will I see results?
You will notice improvement after each treatment. For best results, regular, frequent treatments are recommended. With additional sessions, results progressively get better. Please note that everyone’s skin is different and individual results may vary.
How many treatments do I need?
This depends on your unique needs. You may have a consultation with our in-house board-certified dermatologist so that we can design a treatment plan especially for you.
How often should I go?
This depends on your treatment plan. We recommend that you establish a regular treatment schedule in order to maintain healthy, bright, and clear skin for the long-term.
Who should not undergo a laser facial?
- Those who are currently pregnant.
- Those with sunburn on the area being treated.
- Those with cold sores — be aware that heat and light may trigger cold sores.
- Those taking photosensitizing medications.