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What’s the secret Victoria’s Secret Models know? It’s VelaShape!

The secret to smoothing out cellulite, tightening skin and lifting your butt!
Only $150 per treatment area.                                                                                      Call Evolution Medical Spa today. you still have time before the holidays! (855) 855-1772

Gifts You’ll Love To Give!

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Purchase a $100 gift card, and receive a $20 gift certificate just for you!
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Be Stunning this Season!

Give the gift of skin health.
See immediate results that will last all season long.
A gift that everyone can enjoy.
Only 30 minutes, so you can focus on what matters most:
Your life. Your Time. Your skin.
The HydraFacial treatment is the newest advancement in non-laser skin resurfacing. HydraFacial is the only hydradermabrasion procedure that combines cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, hydration and antioxidant protection simultaneously, resulting in clearer, more beautiful skin with no discomfort or downtime. The treatment is soothing, moisturizing, non-invasive and non-irritating.
The HydraFacial treatment improves the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, congested and enlarged pores, oily or acne-prone skin, hyperpigmentation and brown spots.
The procedure is suitable for most skin types, including thin or aging skin, ethnic skin, and dry or oily skin.

Life-Changing Results

HydraFacial delivers instant and long-lasting results that you can see and feel. With ongoing treatments, you’ll notice intensely improved hydration, minimized dark spots and dramatically reduced appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

What is HydraFacial?

HydraFacial is an invigorating treatment that can be given in as little as 30 minutes. It delivers long-term skin health and can be tailored to meet the specific needs of all skin types. It offers instant, noticeable results with no downtime or irritation. The HydraFacial treatment removes dead skin cells and extracts impurities while simultaneously bathing the new skin with cleansing, hydrating and moisturizing serums. The treatment is soothing, refreshing, non-irritating and immediately effective.

Why is HydraFacial good for my skin?

Hydration and exfoliation is the foundation of healthy, radiant skin. Irritation of the skin has been proven to increase signs of aging. HydraFacial is a hydrating and non-irritating treatment.

Am I a candidate for this treatment?

The HydraFacial treatment is designed for all skin types. Even the most sensitive skin easily tolerates the HydraFacial treatment.

How long does the treatment take? Is there any downtime or pain involved?

The HydraFacial is a fast, efficient treatment that takes as little as 30 minutes. You may put on makeup and return to your normal activities right after the treatment since there is no downtime.

What results may be expected? How many treatments are needed to see results? How long do the results last?

You will see visible skin refinement and an even, radiant skin tone after just one treatment. The smooth results and hydration may last 5 to 7 days or even longer. We don’t believe in quick fixes, so one treatment per month is recommended for improving the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, brown spots, oily and congested skin. Continued HydraFacial treatments are highly recommended to maintain skin health results.

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RETINOL: What is it? What does it do for your skin?

Retinol is the best skin care ingredient to fight skin aging.
Retinol is a form of Vitamin A. It is in the family of ingredients called Retinoids. Retinol has been scientifically proven for its ability to block and reverse skin aging and fight wrinkles. It corrects hyperpigmentation, brightens dull complexions and smooths skin’s texture.
Skin aging can start as early as your late teens, that’s why it’s never too early, or too late to start using a Retinoid.
How does Retinol fight skin aging, hyperpigmentation and acne problems?
  • Stops the breakdown of your skin collagen that happens after UV sun exposure.
  • Retinol encourages skin cell turnover to make collagen which reverses wrinkles and skin thinning from sun damage.
  • Brightens skin by exfoliating and improves the structure of your skin.
  • Improves crepey skin appearance.
  • Normalizes pigment problems in the skins epidermis to fight hyperpigmentation.
  • Prevents dead cells from clogging pores and causing blackheads and pimples.
  • Prevents acne scars by preventing pimples that form from clogged pores.
  • Helps diminish the appearance of past acne scarring.
How do you find the best Retinol serum?
Look for a Retinol product with:
  • Pharmaceutical grade Retinol.
  • High, professional Retinol concentration in a product.
  • Retinol, rapidly breaks down when exposed to the sun and air. That’s why products containing Retinol should always come in pumps or tubes with tight fitting caps. Once opened, these products do not keep well and should be used within a couple of months.
With all skin care products, how the product is formulated and dispensed is important. Manufactures commonly add inadequate amounts or “actives”. They create unstable formulations, but brag about an ingredient on the label.
How do you use Retinol?
  • Retinol causes photosensitivity in skin.  That’s why it should be used at night, followed by a broad spectrum sunscreen the next day.
  • Retinol can be applied alone or layered with other skin care products like moisturizers.
  • It’s recommended to start every other night, working up to every night.
How long does it take to see results?
Results may vary
  • Improved skin tone and texture can be seen in as little as a week. Skin will look brighter and healthier because of the rapid cell turnover.
  • Reduction of fine lines and wrinkles can be seen in the first few weeks.
  • Hyperpigmentation can be reduced within the first month. It takes several months to reduce deeper pigment problems.
  • Pores will be less clogged within a month or two.
  • 3 to 6 months for new collagen production to build up.
What is the best Retinol night serum?
The Retinol in our Retinol Plus Smoothing Serum is pharmaceutical grade, with the highest concentration available, packaged in an airtight container that blocks light, and is made in an entirely hypoallergenic formulation.
It also is enriched with pharmaceutically pure, stable and concentrated green tea antioxidants to load your skin’s antioxidant reserve.
Retinol Plus Smoothing Serum is formulated with 10X concentration of medical grade all-trans-retinol. Made with pharmaceutical-grade ingredients in an FDA-approved lab, you know you are getting powerful, purified, and stable all-trans-retinol using state-of-the-art technology, which translates to maximum effectiveness with minimal irritation.

Skin Fact – Sunscreen

UVB rays are weaker in the winter, so you don’t get sunburned as easily, but the UVA rays that cause wrinkles, premature aging and damage are just as strong, year round.

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Vitamin C serum is essential for your skin. But why? And how should you be using it? Here’s your guide to the skincare power player of antioxidants.

The benefits of vitamin C have been known for some time. Environmental pollutants such as radiation, sunlight, cancer-causing free radicals and smoke break down collagen, stressing the skin and accelerate the aging process. Vitamin C serum helps to counter that process and is used to treat a variety of issues. It’s become an essential ingredient in skincare products.

IT’S A GAME CHANGER Along with being a potent natural antioxidant, vitamin C serum has anti-inflammatory properties, it boosts collagen to keep skin looking firm and young, it protects against free radicals to prevent premature aging, fades dark spots, brightens the skin and it can even boost your sunscreen’s protection.

ALL AGES SHOULD USE IT Vitamin C serum can be incorporated into your skincare routine at any age. In fact, the earlier the better. As well as being an anti-aging skincare ingredient which generally helps to gently brighten and smooth your skin, it’s one of the most powerful antioxidants out there. Regularly applying vitamin C serum within your skincare routine helps to protect your skin against free radical damage caused by the environment, which can breakdown your collagen and encourage wrinkles and sagging.

Even though signs of aging and pigmentation might not appear until you’re into your thirties, it’s good to start using vitamin C when you start seeing the signs any time after 18 years old. These might be brown spots on the skin from sun exposure, skin losing its glow, or red marks which refuse to fade.

LOOK FOR THE POTENCY AND HOW IT’S PACKAGED When searching for a vitamin C product, finding the right concentration is important. A potency of 10-20 percent means that results for the skin will be seen quicker and with better results. Maximum skin absorption of vitamin C occurs at 20% strength, increasing the concentration beyond this limit does not result in greater skin absorption. Also, the way vitamin C is produced is a key factor in how its effects will be on the skin. Vitamin C will break down in UV light and lessen its potency, so packaging needs to be sealed and kept in a dark environment, when antioxidants are frequently exposed to light and air, they will break down, so it’s best to use products in air-tight packaging, pumps, or single-use individually wrapped products.

READ THE LABEL Where is it listed on the product’s ingredients label? (high= the real deal) This will help you separate the legit vitamin C from the imposters. There are several different types of vitamin C used in skincare products, so you want to look for L-Ascorbic acid, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Ascorbyl Palmitate and Retinyl Ascorbate on the ingredients label. Retinyl Ascorbate has the most amount of scientific research surrounding its benefits and L-Ascorbic acid helps to boost collagen production and also smooths and firms skin, as well as prevents photo-aging. Other ingredients you should look for in vitamin C products include Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate (this is the most stable and preferred vitamin C compounds), Disodium Isostearyl 2-0, L-Ascorbyl Phosphate, Ascorbic Acid Aulphate and Tetraisopalmitoyl Ascorbic acid. The effects of topical vitamin C can also be enhanced by other agents such as Ferulic Acid, vitamin E and Hyaluronic Acid.

Please note: Ester-C, is a trademarked form of vitamin C that’s been amped up with Calcium Ascorbate, there’s not a lot of data backing up this form of vitamin C.

When in doubt, look for vitamin C with L-Ascorbic Acid. That’s the one you want.

SOME DELIVERY METHODS ARE BETTER THAN OTHERS Vitamin C is available on the market in a variety of creams, serums, and trans-dermal patches. Of these formats, it is usually the serum that contains active vitamin C. Serums are a concentrated way to get anti-aging ingredients into the skin which can then be layered with other products with no interference.

Before you spend big on serum, make sure of the high quality formulation and physical packaging. Vitamin C is an unstable molecule which oxidizes quickly on exposure to light. Its stability is usually maintained by keeping a low (acidic) pH of less than 3.5. Not all vitamin C derivatives are physiologically effective so it can be helpful to check product ingredients.

IT’S A MORNING SKINCARE VITAMIN Because vitamin C serum helps to shield your skin from free radicals and helps to boost the protection offered by your sunscreen, it should be applied in the morning to prevent damage to the skin during the day, followed by a broad spectrum sunscreen; which should always be a staple in your skincare regime.

IT HAS SOME ENEMIES There are a few incompatibilities which could cause adverse reactions such as stinging and redness. Active ingredients in skincare have different purposes and using them at the same time as vitamin C in high concentrations may result in irritation. Avoid Retinol, Glycolic, Salicylic and Lactic Acid in the morning when using vitamin C, only use these products as part of your evening skincare routine. Also, some people breakout from vitamin C products because of their base. Some vitamin C serums may contain silicones or other inactive ingredients to help keep the vitamin C stable longer, which can be problematic for acne-prone or sensitive skin, so make sure you read the ingredients thoroughly. Vitamin C is formulated at a low pH which can be irritating to the skin and cause flaking. You can avoid these side effects by using it properly. Start off using a lower percentage, then working your way up.


1. Vitamin C defends against free radicals. 2. Use Vitamin C serum in the morning. 3. Boosts collagen production. 4. Reduces redness and brown spots. 5. Has anti-inflammatory properties. 6. Look for L-Ascorbic Acid in the ingredients, it absorbs the quickest and has the highest potency when applied topically. 7. Packaging is important. Buy small bottles so you can use it all before it expires. Look for air-tight packaging and protection from the light. 8. Do not combine Vitamin C serum with Retinol. If using both products in your skincare regime, keep them separate by using Retinol in the P.M. and Vitamin C serum in the A.M.

Evolution Medical Spa carries their own medical grade, private label skincare line. Our Vitamin C Collagen Rejuvenation Serum comes in three different strengths containing 10%, 15% and 20%.

Our Vitamin C Collagen Rejuvenation Serum contains L-Ascorbic acid, with phyto-growth factors (plant derived) which stimulates collagen production while polypeptides strengthen and fortify new collagen. Stem Cells (derived from apples and citrus) provide intensive micronutrient support, required for healthy collagen. Key Ingredients: L-Ascorbic acid, Tripeptides, Apples and Citrus Stem Cells

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