St. Luke’s unveils new medical spa for skin care treatments
St. Luke’s has undergone remodeling of their new medical spa and rejuvenation center at their Medical Office Pavilion.
The remodeling costed $140,000 to expand their services in skin care treatment and massage therapy. Some of the services provided aesthetic procedures, skin facials and chemical exfoliation.
Part of the remodel included the Hydrafacial, which offers a non-invasive treatment that cleanses, extracts and hydrates skin.
Annie Thoreson, an advanced practice esthetician at St. Luke’s explained how they look at a variety of skin issues.
“We see you know, we see anything from fine lines, wrinkles, aging to acne and everybody in between. There. We always say you could start out easy like our fire and ice facial.” Thoreson said.
Michelle Strum, an advanced practice esthetician and aesthetic laser technician at St. Luke’s explained how their services are for people of all ages.
“And we help teach them how to take care of their skin, as well as do different skin care treatments as well for fine lines, wrinkles, acne, pigmentation. We also offer massage. Our goal is that patients leave feeling great and looking great.” Strum said.
There is also free parking available for patients visiting the medical spa, as well as other products available for purchase.
St. Luke’s Rejuvenation center provides a variety of skin care treatments and massage therapy for people of all ages. There is also free consultation available for patients to better understand better ways to improve skin health.
For more information about the medical spa treatments available you can look here https://www.slhduluth.com/services/medical-spa-services/.