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Minor skin imperfections may be harmless to your health, but can damage your self confidence because they look unappealing. Let’s get them out of the way so your natural beauty can shine through!

each imperfection $25

or 5 for $75

15 minutes $90

additional options approved on a case-by-case basis

High Frequency is an electrical skin care technique we use to dehydrate and reduce the look of small skin flaws. Some examples we can beautify: sebaceous hyperplasia, skin tags, cherry angioma (ruby points), telangiectasia ("broken" capillaries in the face), milia, fibromas, seborrheic keratosis, and superficial sun spots. (Does not treat hormonal pigment, Melasma, deep issues or Moles)

It's not recommended for pregnant women, anyone with contagious conditions or skin infection, pacemaker or electrical implanted devices, Lupus, slowed wound healing, or blood thinning medications. Additional conditions may require a doctor's diagnosis before our treatment.

*not all imperfections are right for this service, consultation required*

Click "Book Now" and select "Imperfections Improved" to schedule your consultation with Jen

Frequently Asked Questions

Does this treatment hurt? Depending on the size and location, it can be a little uncomfortable. Many people require no numbing cream because the treatment is quick, others prefer some numbing cream to reduce the "zing" feeling. Sensitive areas like the eye or nose are best numbed. It feels surprisingly hot and tingly.

Do I need repeated treatments? Most skin imperfections are cosmetically improved in one treatment. If that imperfection still looks unappealing after 6 weeks, we may do another treatment. Larger flaws may need to be divided into multiple sessions, approved and priced on a case-by-case basis.

Is there down time? There will be a flaking, crust or scab stage that needs time to heal. Depending on size, this may be 3-10 days, and the area may be pink or light-colored for longer. Do not wear makeup for 24 hours and keep the area protected from sun exposure, tanning or excessive heat. Do not scratch, pick or exfoliate the crust, it needs to fall off by itself. This is extremely important for the final result! Apply antibiotic cream such as neosporin to aid quick healing.

Will the imperfection grow back? No, although it is possible for a new unrelated flaw to grow in a similar area later on.

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