The Aesthetic Center of Santa Clarita is inviting residents to meet the beauty experts during a special Day of Beauty in which participants can receive professional beauty treatments including Pellevé wrinkle reduction and D.E.P. Collagen Therapy.
The special celebration of beauty is scheduled 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday at the Aesthetic Center of Santa Clarita, 28212 Kelly Johnson Parkway, Suite 125, in Valencia. Space is limited and participants are asked to book their appointments in advance by calling (661) 312-0497 or by email to office@SCVMedical.com. Those who book their appointments in advance will receive a gift bag filled with special products and offers from the Aesthetic Center.
“We’re looking forward to helping local women bring out their natural beauty,” says Dr. Courtenay White. “Our professional staff will be there to provide aesthetic services and beauty tips for all of the participants.”
Among the services provided will be Pellevé, an innovative, FDA-cleared, non-surgical treatment for facial wrinkles. Pellevé precisely heats the deep layers of your skin using advanced radiofrequency technology. The treatment contracts and tightens the collagen in your skin, resulting in the production of new collagen, improved skin quality and firmness and tightness you can feel. Special one-day pricing for a series of three full-face treatments is $1,500 to the first six people who book appointments.
Also offered will be D.E.P. Collagen Therapy with Vitamin C. The microdermabrasion and age-management skin therapies reverse the effects of time and help the recipient look and feel younger. Special one-day pricing of $200 will be offered at the event.
The Aesthetic Center of Santa Clarita (www.SCVMedical.com) offers aesthetic services and treatments, in addition to female genital cosmetic surgery procedures performed by Dr. White, the Santa Clarita Valley’s pre-eminent expert on aesthetic vaginal surgery.
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