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The Emmys are just days away and already your face has been moisturized, exfoliated and buffed to a red-carpet-ready sheen — but what about the rest of your skin?
Look no further than Los Angeles’ Aeonium Integrative Skincare Clinic, the brainchild of Anisa Noor — former skincare chemist, private-label consultant and prodigy of New York City’s tech-savvy Dangene, beauty guru to stars like Madonna and Heidi Klum. Taking her background in chemical engineering and combining it with her studies of state-of-the-art skincare technology under Dangene, Noor opened the doors to the Aeonium Integrative Skincare Clinic this spring, a one-stop beauty shop for head-to-toe glow that’s quickly earning the adoration of a tight-lipped crew of A-listers.
“The skincare industry has undergone such a transformation in such a short period of time and continues to evolve at an accelerated rate to meet the demands of consumers,” explains Noor. “As such, few in the industry are able to keep up with the constant influx of new products, technologies and their appropriate use. I realized instantly that with my educational background and experiences — in addition to the best training in the industry — that I could revolutionize the way we approach aesthetic skincare.”
Popular treatments include the 90-minute signature Aeonium Elemental ($400), which incorporates full-body microdermabrasion and a body peel, topped with multiple facial treatments including custom peels, vitamin-serum infusion and LED light therapy.
And for those pressed for time before the big night, there’s the 120-minute Aeonium Elemental RED ($500), which requires no downtime and relies on moisturizing masks (allowing easier penetration of makeup), lymphatic drainage to increase circulation and reduce puffiness and full-body oxygenation.
By the time you’re done, you’ll practically be walking on air.
12400 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 230, L.A., (424) 272-1423, aeoniumskincare.com
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