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This new year, Carefree’s L Skincare is ringing in its “lucky number seven.” As it enters its seventh year in business, spa manager Quinn Saucedo says it, “continues to grow and retain a loyal following of patrons.”

New skin treatment for the New Year

The skin care boutique offers a wide range of skin treatments, from micro-needling to the eMatrix Sublative laser treatment, which the team says increases the production of collagen, helping the skin to renew and battle stretch marks, fine lines, hyperpigmentation and more.

And they are offering a special to Valley residents: receive the full-face treatment for $175 (reg. $300) or purchase a package of four, receive one free at $800, for a total savings of $800.

Continued growth on the horizon

From the first renovation done on Suite 1 to the following second and third suites in the years that followed, founder Lindsay Pennino says she plans to expand her Carefree business in the near future.

More than just skin care

Alongside Pennino are two other LE/CLT technicians, but L Skincare offers more than just facial rejuvenation treatments —they offer a wide range of cosmetic injectables from Restylane to Dysport. Aesthetic nurse master trainer, Barbara Passaretti, RN, BSN, is on the team to enhance the appearance of client’s natural features. Also on the team are five master hair stylists, a manicurist, massage therapist, permanent makeup artist and two eyelash technicians.

With 2020’s focus on sanitation and cleanliness, Pennino and the team at L Skincare do their part throughout the day to protect themselves, their peers and the community.

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