Sierra Cosmetic Laser to hold free mountain climate skin care tips event
TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; When shopping for moisturizer, do you skip the oily skin type products and reach straight for something hydrating? Does the dry heat of your home cause painful cracks in your skin? Do you have lines or spots on your face that represent an active, outdoor Sierra Nevada lifestyle? Readers who answered yes to any of these questions should consider attending Sierra Cosmetic Laserand#8217;s free and#8220;Skin Care in our Mountain Climateand#8221; event, slated for Thursday, Feb. 16, 5-7:30 p.m.
Complimentary wine and appetizers will round out the evening, making it a fun and informative way to soak up tips from a pro on how to beat the wind, sun, cold temperatures and other extremes that wreak havoc with our skin. Attendees can expect to sample products and take home coupons for discounted services which will improve a range of skin complaints. One lucky attendee will win a free and#8220;laser facialand#8221; valued at $150. And a final bonus for all and#8212; the parking is free.
Call your friends and plan to join Dr. Haven Ritchie at this educational and#8220;Girls Night Outand#8221; event as she presents the best known practices for skin care in our harsh winter climate. Dr. Ritchie is a graduate of the UCLA School of Medicine and is board certified in internal medicine. Her team of experienced medi-spa providers produce great results in a relaxing atmosphere. The doctor, along with her friendly and knowledgeable staff, take great pride in providing high quality services that can fit any budget.
Sierra Cosmetic Laser offers laser, spa services, Botox, fillers and more at their one-stop day spa housed in a beautifully renovated building at the western end of historic Downtown Truckee, just above Burger Me!, 10448 Donner Pass Road in Truckee. For more information, visit sierracosmeticlaser.com, call 530-587-0198 or and#8220;Likeand#8221; Sierra Cosmetic Laser and Spa on Facebook.
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