SKIN CLASSIC TREATMENT OF MINOR SKIN IRREGULARITIES

THE SKIN CLASSIC EASILY TREATS MANY MINOR SKIN IRREGULARITIES AND IMPERFECTIONS WITH 1-2 TREATMENTS

How Does it Work? What Can Be Treated?

The Skin Classic Machine, when used by thoroughly trained estheticians, is an affordable non-laser treatment of many common irregularities of the skin. The Skin Classic uses direct high frequency to perform electrodessication of the irregularity. With a gentle tap, the device can successfully treat the area with very little discomfort and NO breaking of the skin.

With 1-2 treatments, the Skin Classic can successfully treat:
- Skin Tags
- Milia
- Flat Hyperpigmentation
- Cherry Angiomas
- Sebaceous Hyperplasia
- Telangiectasia (Broken Capillaries)
- Seborrheic Keratosis
- Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra (DPN)
- Blackheads
- Acne Pimples and Clogged Pores

Start with a free consultation where we will identify what we can successfully treat for you! Then your appointment will be scheduled. A follow up appointment 4-6 weeks later is required as well, where any irregularities that need a second treatment will be addressed.

Specific aftercare will be discussed during your consultation, but generally a mild cleanser twice a day followed by SPF is recommended.

Several days after treatment, mild redness and a "crust" or small scab will form over the treated spot due to the dessication. Depending on which irregularity is treated, it may take 7-14 days to fall off, and 30 days to heal completely. Moisturizer and antibiotic ointment can be used to speed healing, and concealer can be used after 24 hours. The Skin Classic treatment is a process and since it's non-invasive, it will take time for the results to fully develop.

Pricing:

Consultation - FREE areas will be identified and the best treatment price will be agreed upon upfront.
$25 per irregularity or priced by time:
$75 for 15 minutes treatment
$150 for 30 minutes treatment
$300 for 60 minutes treatment
$25 flat fee for 4-6 week follow up, where any areas that need it will be treated again.