When you have good skin, you carry yourself a little different. You’re a little more confident, especially in front of groups of people. Meet a woman who says her acne was so bad it kept her from wanting to even play outside with her son. Twin Cities Live reporter Kelli Hanson shows us how light helped transform her skin.
Owner and Esthetician at Complexions on Carter Skincare Boutique, Maggie Kelly, uses FDA approved Celluma Light Therapy to treat acne, deep wrinkles, and even muscle and joint pain. She’s seeing profound results in just a few weeks and even has lights available to rent. In addition to Light Therapy, Maggie says great skin care is also important to stay on top of acne and signs of aging. For this she offers a Deluxe Facial which includes light therapy.
The 90-minute service includes cleansing, exfoliation, deep pore cleansing, balancing movements for lower body, massage (of the face, neck, shoulders, décolleté, hands and arms, and foot), hydrating masques, brow shaping, brow & last tint. Regularly priced at $180, click here and get the deal for half price while certificates last.