Derms and beauty lovers, rejoice! SkinCeuticals is launching SkinCeuticals SkinLab, the first brick-and-mortar shops since its founding in 1997, where customers can get a specialized treatment and shop the brand’s best products.
“With SkinCeuticals SkinLab’s approachable aesthetics, we are bringing in the next generation of aesthetic enthusiasts to our doctors and brand to further our ultimate goal of sharing the wealth of knowledge that our physicians have and our experience with advanced skincare combined with professional aesthetic treatments,” says Christina Fair, general manager of SkinCeuticals, in a press release.
SkinCeuticals SkinLab opens February 2020 in Napa, California, (led by dermatologist Karynne Duncan, MD) and Stamford, Connecticut, (led by dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon Kim Nichols, MD). A third location in Houston (led by plastic surgeon Forrest Roth, MD) opens its doors in March, with further expansion slated throughout 2020.
The SkinCeuticals SkinLab will offer three signature treatments: SkinSmooth, an LED micropeel and phyto-corrective gel treatment using red-light therapy and a chemical peel; SkinBright, a non-invasive laser therapy followed with the brand’s vitamin C serum, C E Ferulic; and SkinFirm, microneedling followed by Hydrating B₅ Gel. Each location will also offer aesthetic services aligned with the expertise of the leading doctor, including body contouring, injectables, and vitamin IV drips.
And when your treatment is done, you can stop by SkinCeuticals Dermablend Professional station for touchups to your makeup following treatments. If there isn’t a SkinLab opening in your city, you can still shop the brand online, in Blue Mercury Stores, and in one of its 5,000 partnered physician’s offices.
Here’s what it’s like to get a vitamin IV drip:
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