Face Skincare, Medical, and Wellness has moved to Bingham Farms, at a site nearly three times the size of its previous location in Southfield.
The 3,500-square-foot facility, at 31350 Telegraph Rd., north of 13 Mile, is also the new home for Cutler Integrative Medicine.
“Conceptualizing and building our new skin and wellness clinic is a dream come true for our entire team,” says Holly CaSaroll, a paramedical esthetician and laser technician who opened the clinic 10 years ago. “We have truly created an unparalleled destination for clients with revolutionary technologies and one-of-a-kind skin therapies.”
The new building features water and air purification systems, a fireplace, contemporary chandeliers, and windows with UV protection. Offerings include 24 laser and facial machines, liquid facelifts, and body makeovers.
CaSaroll also says she will be announcing several new laser and facial treatments, exclusive to Face, later this month.
Some of the treatments offered through the wellness division, headed by CaSaroll’s husband, Dr. Douglas Cutler, include colon hydrotherapy, homeopathic remedies, clinical nutrition, and acupuncture.
“Our expanded clinic now gives me the opportunity to treat more patients, find the root cause of imbalances in their body, and create a plan for their overall well-being and optimal health,” says Cutler, who received his doctorate of naturopathic medicine from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Ariz.
CaSaroll and Cutler will host a grand opening event for the center from 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 23. Registration for event — which will include refreshments, special offers on proprietary treatments, a tour of the facility, and gift bags — is required.
For more information, or to register, visit facebeautyscience.com.