What's the difference between a Dermatologist and an Esthetician?
- A dermatologists job is to diagnose and treat skin disorders that require medication or surgery to address however most derms have zero experience beautifying the skin as aesthetics are not a topic taught in medical school ...
If you are looking for a glow up book an appointment with Harley today; He's a Master, Advanced Esthetician and whether you need to address rosacea, clear acne, soften scars, fade stretch-marks, lighten pigmentation, restore thinning hair or reverse the signs of aging, your beauty is his passion
Harley offers and specializes in skincare recommendations, facials, microdermabrasion, dermaplaning, chemical peels, microneedling, microchanneling, laser hair removal, laser skin resurfacing, photo skin rejuvenation, cryotherapy anti-aging, body contouring and hair restoration
** If you have a condition that Harley isn't comfortable working with he'll refer you out for dermatology. Keep in mind Harley isn't a dermatologist so if you have or need an issue diagnosed such as a rash or a lesion that is not healing / something abnormal that's formed on or in the skin please see a physician prior to making an appointment as some ailments are contagious and Harley would like to avoid exposing himself to certain diseases and contaminating the treatment space **