Most clients will require just one single session. You will return for your follow-up visit in 4 weeks. During that assessment if any skin irregularity that we originally treated is in need of a second zap the fee is a flat rate of just $40. Treating these skin irregularities is your first step to clearer, younger, healthier looking skin.


Our award-winning laser alternative treatment is specifically designed for common skin irregularities such as keratosis, skin tags, hyper-pigmentation, milia, sebaceous hyperplasia, and acne. 

Sebaceous Hyperplasia

Consult & Initial Treatment starts at $270

Sebaceous Hyperplasia is a disorder of the oil glands and is a common, benign condition most commonly found in adults of middle age or older. They are round and the oil surrounds the pore giving it a “donut-like” appearance.

Brown spots 

Consult & Initial Treatment starts at $270

Brown Spots, or Lentigo, are small pigmented spots that occur on the skin and have a clearly defined edge. Older spots are often darker brown or black and can slowly increase in number and in size. It is most commonly found in individuals aged 30-50 years old. Increased exposure to sun and artificial sources of UV light can cause these to appear at an even younger age.

Skin Tags

Consult & Initial Treatment starts at $270

A skin tag is a small benign tumor that primarily forms in areas where the skin creases, such as the neck, armpit, and groin. These are harmless and typically painless, and do not grow or change over time. They can become irritated by shaving, clothing, or jewelry. Common causes are weight gain, genetic, diabetes, and pregnancy. They are also more common in women than men.


Consult & Initial Treatment starts at $270

Blackheads, or comedones, are a black colored bump on the skin. A blackhead is a type of acne called vulgarisms. These are caused by excess oil that has accumulated in the sebaceous gland’s duct.


Consult & Initial Treatment starts at $270

A milium, plural milia, is a keratin filled cyst that can appear just under the epidermis. They are most commonly found around the nose and eye. In children, milia disappear easily, on their own. However, in adults they may require treatment by a skin care professional.