What’s New at Radiance Medical Spa in 2010?
Introducing NeoCutis Skin Care Products – Exclusive Swiss Technology with PSP®
PSP helps to improve the appearance of aged skin by providing the most complete and balanced combination of human growth factors and cytokines currently available. Through years of research, physicians discovered fetal skin has a unique ability to heal wounds without scarring. Inspired by this, medical researchers at the University Hospital of Lausanne, Switzerland created a biotechnology process to extract the rich proteins responsible for scarless wound healing. This process provides the growth factors in PSP. In addition, NeoCutis BLANCHE Skin Lightening Cream (Hydroquinone USP, 4%) with new and exclusive MELAPLEX® was selected by Allure, the beauty expert, as this year’s winner of the Best Beauty Editors’ Choice Breakthrough Award.
Meet our newest Aesthetician at Radiance – Geri D’Antonio
Geri is a certified Aesthetician and has 3 years of experience working as a Medical Aesthetician. She has received Obagi Advanced Training as well as SkinCeuticals Advanced Aesthetic Training and is experienced in aesthetic peels & medical treatments. She will be available Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Lisa Completing Oncology Aesthetic Training
Lisa will be completing her Oncology Aesthetic training with Touch for Cancer in mid January and is available to treat patients who have cancer or are going through chemotherapy or radiation. She is trained in the special needs of the oncology patient, including cancer therapies, immunology, the lymphatic system, Esthetic oncology, massage, spa treatments & esthetic equipment, sanitation & infection control, skin care products choices and ingredients for the oncology patient, skin reactions, hands, feet and nail disorders and molecular biology. Lisa will continue to see our regular spa clients and is available Mondays, Thursdays and 1 Saturday per month.
Sandy, our senior massage therapist is also trained and certified in Massage For The Oncology patient and worked with cancer patients at Morristown Memorial Hospital.