Located just north of downtown Seattle, SkinSpirit University Village is our largest location in the Seattle area, with eight treatment rooms. SkinSpirit University Village, Seattle is located in the heart of University Village, up on the second floor, to ensure total privacy for our clients when receiving their treatments. We recently had a chance to sit down with the SkinSpirit University Village, Seattle location manager, Cynthia Woods and asked her what makes this location special. We also wanted to know which treatments her clients are raving about, effective treatments clients might overlook and some fun facts about the location.
What makes SkinSpirit University Village, Seattle special?
CW: Being in University Village! University Village is an open-air lifestyle shopping center, filled with locally-owned boutiques, signature national retailers and a distinct collection of restaurants and eateries – making it a great destination for girlfriends to combine their beauty treatments with some shopping and dining!
What are the top three services offered at SkinSpirit University Village, Seattle?
CW: BOTOX Cosmetic® is our number one, non-surgical, anti-aging treatment because it offers safe, quick and recognizable results without any downtime. It’s FDA-approved to treat both moderate to severe crow’s feet lines and frown lines between the eyebrows. Within 24 to 48 hours of treatment, you’ll start to see lines and wrinkles smoothed, leaving you with a more youthful, refreshed look!
Our Signature Facials are also extremely popular with our clients. Our Signature Facials include, but are not limited to a deep cleansing, medical-grade microdermabrasion, an enzyme treatment, extractions, a medical-grade treatment mask, which is then followed by the application of carefully selected serums, moisturizers and a healthy layer of SPF. A Signature Facial will help refine the texture and brighten the skin, giving it a more vibrant appearance.
Another popular service is Ultherapy. Ultherapy is the ONLY non-invasive procedure that’s FDA cleared to lift skin on the neck, brow and under the chin. This non-surgical face and neck treatment uses ultrasound to specifically target the deep structural skin tissues where collagen lives, stimulating the regrowth of fresh new collagen. Not only does Ultherapy help build collagen, it also results in an overall tightening and gradual lifting of the skin with only one treatment and no downtime.
What are some treatments you think clients could benefit from that might be overlooked?
CW: A lot of people may not realize the significant impact chemical peels have on the skin when treating hyperpigmentation, helping to reduce the discoloration caused by sun damage. A chemical peel treatment can reveal brighter, smoother and a more refined complexion underneath the skin. These treatments can also help clear up breakouts, smooth away the look of wrinkles, increase hydration within the skin and allow the skincare products you use be more effective.
Intense Pulsed Light, otherwise known as IPL is a staff favorite treatment that’s used to repair summer sun damage. IPL dramatically improves the appearance of sun damaged skin, age spots, redness, broken capillaries, rosacea and skin texture, revealing a much more youthful appearance in only 30 minutes, with very little downtime.
What’s your biggest piece of skincare advice?
CW: Wear sunscreen daily
Fun Facts About SkinSpirit University Village
CW: We’re open 7 days a week for optimal convenience. There’s plenty of free parking available throughout the University Village complex with two, 800-stall parking garages, which are both accessible from the 25th Avenue NE entrances.
SkinSpirit University Village is located in-between Village Maternity and Kiehl’s, up on the second floor at 2613 NE University Village Street. We welcome our clients to visit our Bellevue Square and Redmond locations as well. And for those in California, visit our Palo Alto, Walnut Creek and Mill Valley locations.
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