LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — From creams to peels, injections to lasers, the Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center in Downtown Summerlin is open for treatments of pesky beauty problems plaguing men and women both.
Taylor Neri is the Practice Manager.
"We are a premier med spa and wellness center," she says through a mask in the business's empty lobby.
She says the services offered at her med spa are beyond those people find at a normal beauty shop.
Customers can get procedures to fill out their face, trim fat, tone skin, and more.
"We pride ourselves on having the highest quality, and newest machines for everything," Neri said.
When the coronavirus pandemic led to a statewide business shut down, the closed doors separated people from the high-tech equipment inside.
Neri says the spa offered curbside service for medical-grade skin products and hormone replacement products, but the shut down was rough.
"For us, it was more or less about the well being of our clientele, and maintaining that relationship for when we do reopen," Neri said.
When the spa reopened in July, workers wanted to ensure their customers would be safe.
There is now heightened sanitation in the rooms, people always have to wear a mask, no one is allowed in the lobby, workers will take your temperature when you arrive, and medical providers have to wear a face mask and a shield while treating patients.
"We want to be present for everyone in the community," Neri said.
One service that has spiked since the coronavirus pandemic began has been mask induced acne or mask-ne, and Neri says the medspa is well equipped to treat it.
The Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays.
Walk-up consultations are welcome, but procedures require an appointment.