HAGERSTOWN, Md., Jan. 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- It's gotten rave reviews from A-list celebrities, the endorsements of
"My staff and I are committed to providing patients with safe, clinically proven treatment options that deliver on their promises. HydraFacial MD meets our high standards as a safe, effective option to reduce visible skin aging and restore a healthier complexion," states Dr. Garazo, a 5-time "America's Top Plastic Surgeon" who has practiced plastic surgery in Hagerstown since 1997. "We expect HydraFacial to quickly become a favorite among patients who wish to noticeably improve their skin's appearance with an enjoyable, soothing treatment."
About HydraFacial MD: effective, non-invasive skin resurfacing for all skin types
HydraFacial MD's patented VORTEX-Fusion® technology produces a continuous jet of water, to exfoliate and flush impurities from the skin and deliver a customized blend of antioxidant serums to improve skin tone and texture. Free from abrasives, heat and harsher chemicals, HydraFacial offers comfortable treatment with virtually no risk of adverse side effects.
"Skin resurfacing treatments such as lasers and chemical peels are effective, but can require several days of downtime and are not suitable for every patient's skin. HydraFacial is both effective and safe for all skin types to address visible signs of aging and improve skin texture," explains Dr. Garazo. He adds that HydraFacial can be easily customized to improve specific skin issues on the face, décolletage, back, and other areas of the body, including:
Feb. 8 event provides patients opportunity to learn and save on HydraFacial treatment
To help area residents learn more about this new treatment option, Dr. Garazo is hosting a HydraFacial launch event on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 from noon to 4:00 PM at Plastic Surgery Services, The Galleria, 1140 Conrad Ct. in Hagerstown. The event is free and open to anyone interested; however, an RSVP is required to reserve a space at the event.
In addition to meeting with Dr. Garazo and staff to learn about HydraFacial, patients who attend can book a HydraFacial treatment at a discounted price of $149, as well as receive event-only savings on treatment packages, including a free gift with purchase.
The event theme is "This Valentine's Day...Fall in Love With Your Skin," which Dr. Garazo says is appropriate, as patients who book a HydraFacial at the event and choose an appointment during the days that follow can get glowing skin for Valentine's Day. "Patients typically notice immediate improvements in skin texture and appearance, along with a 'glow' that lasts up to a week."
Dr. Garazo states that while patients may require several treatments to correct specific skin problems such as acne, wrinkles or hyperpigmentation, the lower price point makes HydraFacial a cost-effective treatment option for many patients.
Anyone wishing to attend the HydraFacial event or learn more about treatment options should contact Plastic Surgery Services at 301-791-1800 or visit www.plasticsurgeryservices.net.
About Dr. Henry F. Garazo: Plastic surgeon Henry F. Garazo, MD, FACS is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and has been selected as one of America's Top Plastic Surgeons by the Consumers' Research Council of America for five consecutive years. He practices in his hometown of Hagerstown, Maryland, at The Galleria, 1140 Conrad Court, Hagerstown, Md., 21740-5905. Learn more at www.plasticsurgeryservices.net or read Dr. Garazo's reviews.
Media Contact: Dr. Henry F. Garazo, (301) 791-1800 or www.plasticsurgeryservices.net
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SOURCE Dr. Henry Garazo
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