Aesthetics Specialist

Hansen Clinic of Natural Medicine

Clark Hansen, NMD

Naturopathic Doctor located in Scottsdale, AZ

In addition to the comprehensive natural healthcare provided at the Hansen Clinic of Natural Medicine, Sheila Hansen offers patients and clients a variety of services including using all natural products, microneedling, dermaplaning and HydraFacial MD®. and aesthetic services to help them look and feel young and vivacious.

Aesthetics Q & A

What are the Benefits of Facials?

In addition to being a relaxing and pampering experience, a facial can help to address some minor skin concerns caused by a buildup of dead skin cells including clogged pores and a dull aged appearance. Exfoliation, the cornerstone of any good facial, can be done with astringents, masks or peels, strips away dead skin cells and reveals fresh new skin, with a firmer, tighter look. Mrs. Hansen will discuss the facial options available with you and help you to choose the treatment that will be best for your skin type and concerns. She uses all natural products to avoid exposing clients to unnecessary chemicals.

What is a Hydrafacial®?

The HydraFacial® is one of the most effective facials available today. The treatment is a non-invasive, non-ablative facial treatment that penetrates into the skin to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin without removing or harming the top layers of the skin. HydraFacial® treatments improve the clarity, volume, softness, smoothness, and resiliency of a client’s skin, reducing the appearance of wrinkles and other signs of aging. The collagen and elastin stimulation helps to make the skin healthy from the inside out.

What is Microneedling?

Microneedling is a treatment that gently breaks down facial scarring and improves other signs of aging. This treatment stimulates the production of new collagen and elastin, which provides patients with a fresh youthful appearance. Microneedling can help with most skin texture issues, and it can even minimize the appearance of large pores. Microneedling is performed with a small device that resembles a writing pen but with many ultrafine needles on the tip. These needles penetrate the upper skin layers during the treatment, which prompts the skin to react by stimulating circulation and releasing white blood cells to repair the skin which breaks down the built-up scar tissue. The production of new collagen and elastin helps plump the skin, filling in small lines, scars, and pits.

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