Spa Happenings! Week of July 1-7, 2012
- Posted on: Jul 2 2012
Here’s your weekly update on the happenings and promotions at our DermaSpa!
Asarch Dermatology has two separate areas, one for general dermatology and skin cancer surgery (Mohs micrographic surgery), and the other, our DermaSpa, for cosmetic dermatologic procedures (laser procedures, salt peels, and skin consultations).
DID YOU KNOW? Dermaspa is open the first Saturday of each month for Spa Services! The weekend just became even more relaxing..
July 1-July 7, 2012:
- Introducing the Summer Passport to Beauty! It’s time to take a vacation – at the spa. Our Summer Passport offers a new kind of spa experience, where nature meets science and healing energy meets beauty. We know you’ll leave us feeling refreshed, revitalized and renewed. Learn more by clicking HERE. Book your treatment this week and receive a free lip enhancer. Call us at 303-761-6325.
- Product of the week! DermaSpaRx Hydrating B Serum – Moisturize without the heaviness of a cream. Our light, concentrated hydrating B serum protects against moisture loss and the irritation caused by external factors. Powered by a naturally occurring polysaccharide for maximum hydration, this serum attracts moisture to the skin and improves retention for radiant, healthy looking skin. You can order online or call 303-761-6325. Save 20% off this week.
- Purchase a series of 5 Exilis Body Shaping Treatments and Receive the 6th Free! As featured on The Today Show, The View and in Elle and W magazines, Exilis is a state-of-the-art, powerful, non-invasive, radio frequency (RF) device that provides thermal energy to break down fat deposits and tighten skin. No anesthesia, no prep time in advance of treatment, and no downtime when it’s finished. Get more coupons by subscribing to our Skin News Newsletter- current offers expire 7/31/12.
- Mohs Surgery provides the highest possible cure rate for skin cancer treatments. Dr. Asarch has performed over 30,000 successful Mohs surgeries and is an authority on skin cancer treatment. Learn more about this procedure with our Mohs pages by clicking HERE.
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