The Most Popular Services at 5 Westchester MediSpas

Spa treatments, once the purview of the wealthy and, later, an occasional treat for the rest of us, have become a regular part of our wellness regimens. But not all spas are created equal. There’s a difference between a day spa and a medi-spa, and which you choose should be determined largely by the type of service you need. According to Anca Tchelebi, MD, of Park Avenue Medical Spa (with locations in Armonk, Ardsley, and Rye Brook), “A medical spa has a physician supervising and performing treatments. We perform medical aesthetic treatments and non-medical aesthetic treatments, like facials, massages, etc. Spas will have aestheticians and massage therapists, but no medical supervision.”

Here are some of Westchester’s most requested medi-spa services:

Bare Skin and Laser

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“Laser hair removal is our most popular service because it is something that anyone can benefit from. It is what we specialize in.” -Laura M., Owner



Primary Aesthetic Skin Care

“The HydraFacial MD is the most requested treatment because it helps repair sun damage.” -Elena, Owner

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Park Avenue Medical Spa

“Botox remains the most common treatment because of several reasons. It is fast and rewarding, prevents the appearance of lines and wrinkles, treats hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating), migraine headaches, and more.” -Anca Tchelebi, MD

Armonk, Ardsley, Rye Brook;

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Euro Laser Spa Services

“By far, the number-one requested treatment we do here is the HydraFacial MD facial treatment. This treatment is for any age and any skin type. It is a multifunctional treatment—bigger bang for your buck—that re-hydrates the skin, combats wrinkles and sun damage, and has no down time.” -Liz DiBartolo, Owner



Studio Esthetique Skin & Laser Center

“Fat reduction is one of our popular treatments. Traditionally, liposuction surgery was a treatment of choice. However, new non-surgical fat-reduction treatments such as Coolsculpting and Kybela are getting quite popular. These procedures require no anesthesia. After treatment, patients are able to go back to work or continue their daily activities immediately.” -Vladimir Byhovsky, FNP, MSM, MBA

White Plains;