What is a Medical Spa and Why Choose One?
Well, with the emergence of a newly coined term "Medical Spa" in the past few years, many are skeptical to walk through the doors. Many questions float through their head, trying to decipher whether they go to a dermatologist, a typical spa, or try their new neighborhood medical spa. We are here to help you make the educated choice.
Just as many people, live a healthy life style and exercise day-to-day to be healthy and look good, it is always important to give your skin the same attention the rest of you body gets. It is very sad that the skin is the largest organ of the human body, yet so many people neglect it so much. The best way to give your skin the attention it needs is through a safe, quality, and medically supervised facility. The best place to receive this, is at a med spa, where both doctors and aestheticians are on site and ready to help. Medical spas offer a wide variety of cosmetic and medical treatments for all patients, catered to their needs, once only available at a dermatologist office. MedSpas offer medical grade aesthetic procedures in a relaxing environment. Such treatments can include botox for wrinkles in the upper face, fillers for restoring volume loss in the face, laser therapies for repairing sun damage, laser hair removal, acne therapy, and medical-grade facials and peels. Patients are cared for all the way through the process, no matter the procedure being done. Although medical spas keep the focus of a traditional spa, to offer a soothing environment with quality treatments to focus on total body and skin wellness and beauty.
Top medical spas, like ourselves are constantly growing and changing with advancements in the industry. This is because it is our focus to give patients the number one care they deserve, with the newest technology and services possible.
It is always important to choose an accredited medical spa, like Her Med Spa, and be skeptical of spas posing as medical spas, without actual medical backing. As many medical spas pop up, typical spas have a pressure to call themselves a med spa, but only truly delivering on the spa part. A true med spa, as stated above, should always have doctors on sight along with appropriate training to give quality care to those in their facility, along with free consultations to explore any options and gain endless knowledge to get the most out of your skin treatments.