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Love your Skin this February at Renaissance Laser & Vein Institute

For Valentine's Day, make a date with Renaissance Laser & Vein Institute for beautiful skin

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Early February is the perfect time to visit Renaissance Laser & Vein Institute in Encino or Thousand Oaks. Whether you have a romantic evening planned for Thursday, February 14th, or look forward to a night out on the town with best friends, the rejuvenating skin treatments from the institute will keep you feeling fabulous. Valentine's Day presents the ideal opportunity for showing off a new dress or taking to the dance floor. With the treatments available from Renaissance Laser & Vein Institute, the customer will look even more radiant while in the company of that special someone. Additionally, the laser hair or vein removal performed at the clinic eliminates portions of coarse hair or varicose veins, minus uncomfortable and prolonged side-effects. After a few, short sessions of laser treatment, the client may confidently choose that short cocktail dress for her next date night, trading in the longer skirt that once shrouded troublesome blemishes.

Renaissance Laser & Vein Institute offers the latest advancements in cosmetic dermatology to residents of the San Fernando Valley, Ventura County, and beyond, for the purpose of beautifying the skin. Recently, the institute held an open house on Tuesday, February 5th, at the Thousand Oaks clinic. The event enabled new clients to acquaint themselves with the staff and the skin services available, such as facial hair removal. While chocolates and flowers are typical presents given by sweethearts, Renaissance Laser & Vein Institute gives the gift of gorgeous skin this February. Just in time for Valentine's Day,the client receives a complimentary Glycolic Peel with the purchase of a skincare treatment, and the chance of winning luxurious Jan Marini beauty products.

While this current special is temporary, the laser treatments for the face, legs, and other parts of the body are continually offered by Renaissance Laser & Vein Institute. Each session for laser hair removal is completed in short amounts of time, although particular patches may require additional passes of the laser which of course makes some difference in laser hair removal prices. During laser hair removal, the powerful laser light is pulsed to the target area, with cooling agents utilized to sooth the skin surface. The client experiences very little discomfort, with any resulting redness dissipating the same day. When the laser is applied in vein removal, the laser light is introduced through a tiny needle. This laser energy causes the vein to shrivel and recede. The end results are felt internally, as the eradication of spider and varicose vines reduces muscular pain and improves circulation. After these treatments, the client will feel at ease wearing bathing suits, shorts, or shorter skirts.  

Although the open house was held on February 5th, the prospective or returning client may schedule a meeting with the Renaissance Laser & Vein Institute at his or her leisure. The clinic offers complimentary consultations for those predisposed to abnormal veins or struggling with persistent body hair. Additionally, a variety of deluxe facials are offered by the clinic, each treatment detailed on the institute's official website.

For beautiful, youthful skin, contact the professionals at Renaissance Laser & Vein Institute at 805-800-3319 or 818-745-1266.

For further information, visit www.laserandveinclinic.com.

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