4 Quick Treatments to Look Your Best This Holiday Season

The holiday season seems to start earlier every year – so it's never too early to start thinking about the best ways to enhance your look for winter parties and seasonal social events. At Serenity Medical Spa of Pennington, New Jersey, we can get you looking your best with minimal procedures and recovery times. Led by Sharon Gertzman, DO, our care team offers a wide range of cosmetic treatments and procedures to rejuvenate your face. 

1. Get rid of acne scars with laser therapy

Laser therapy for acne scar reduction gives you a resurfaced face, with blemishes rendered invisible. The procedure works particularly well on acne scarring. At Serenity Medical Spa, we use specially calibrated lasers to minimize height and visibility of scarring. We offer procedures including:

Treatments take less than an hour, and you'll only need a few days to recover completely. You'll start to see results within a week or so – so this might be a good treatment to schedule well in advance of important holiday events. 

2. Tighten loose skin

As you age, your skin loses elasticity, starting to sag and hang. Dr. Gertzman and her team perform TempSure™ Envi treatments, using a specialized radiofrequency energy device to stimulate the natural collagen production deep within your skin. 

Skin tightening appointments take from 30 to 60 minutes, and you'll probably see results right away that will continue to improve for about a week after the procedure. You might need up to four treatments to achieve the best results from this procedure, spaced two to four weeks apart. 

3. Look into anti-aging injectables

Eliminating facial lines and wrinkles leaves you looking years younger. At Serenity Medical Spa, we offer several anti-aging services, including a range of injectables and a selection of neurotoxin injection procedures. 

The former provide temporary additional padding to your face, while the latter freeze your facial muscles to prevent wrinkles from showing. Sometimes, fillers and neurotoxins work best in combination. Appointments should take under an hour, and you might need a few days to a week for your best results to “settle,” although you won't need to take extensive downtime or time off. 

4. Wipe away sun damage

After a whole summer of suntanning, spots, wrinkles, and other signs of sun damage are typically at their worst as you head into the holidays. This year, use the advanced intense pulsed light (IPL) treatments available at Serenity Medical Spa to roll back sun damage. During the procedure, waves of light break up pigmentation on the surface of your skin. You'll naturally shed these over a few days or a week, leaving you with noticeably clearer skin.

You should start to see results in just a few days, although you might need multiple treatments to completely reverse extensive sun damage. Appointments take less than half an hour, and there's no downtime or recovery, so you can go right from our office to an office party if your schedule gets tight.

To find out what we can do to advance your aesthetic goals at Serenity Medical Spa, get in touch today. We offer complimentary consultations with a member of our team. To schedule your initial appointment, call our office today, or use the online booking tool

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