The team at Waco Medical Laser & Skin Care are proud to announce the addition of platelet rich plasma (PRP) for skin rejuvenation as well as the infamous “O” shot. They are also offering IV therapy with Vitamin C, B complex and other additives. IV therapy is a great option for those looking for a boost of energy or simply a boost to their immune system. Spa owner Lisa Kirk, D.O. is a fellow with The American Board of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. Spa director Rhonda Schaeper is a licensed aesthetician with a certification in advanced injection techniques and participation in Allergan’s master injector training. Schedule IV therapy with your next laser or injectable service and receive 20 percent
Waco Medical Laser
I love Rhonda and all of the lovely ladies at Waco Medical Laser. Everyone is friendly and professional. The facility is state of the art and top notch. I wouldn’t let anyone but Rhonda touch my face with a needle. I get Botox, lip and cheek filler, and my depressors filled. It has made an incredible impact on how I look and feel about my face. It softens the blow of the aging process. I’m very pleased.
Waco Medical Laser and Skin Care delivers 5 star service from the moment you book your appointment to the minute you leave. They have the most incredible staff imaginable, as well as being the most knowledgeable in their field. From skincare, injectables to laser, they are on top of their A game! Rhonda and her team are Waco’s finest gem! (Source: www.bestprosintown.com)
Waco Laser and Skin Care
This is one of Waco’s least known premier skin care facilities. They offer a wide variety of laser and skin treatment modalities in a very pleasant and relaxing atmosphere. The staff is great and I have personally been treated by Rhonda several times and have always had GREAT results due to her attentive, personable, and knowledgeable care. As both, a physician and a patient, I highly recommend Rhonda and this facility to anyone. Far more affordable and effective than most could imagine.
In laser resurfacing, sometimes called “laser peel,” a carbon dioxide (CO2) laser is used to remove areas of damaged or wrinkled skin, layer by layer. The procedure is most commonly used to minimize the appearance of fine lines, especially around the mouth and the eyes. However, it is also effective in treating facial scars or areas of uneven pigmentation. Laser resurfacing may be performed on the whole face or in specific regions. Often, the procedure is done in conjunction with another cosmetic operation, such as a facelift or eyelid surgery. (Source: www.droneillps.com)