New clinical spa opens in Steiner Ranch

Sanova Dermatology in Steiner Ranch opened a SkinCeuticals Advanced Clinical Spa in February.

Sanova Dermatology in Steiner Ranch opened a SkinCeuticals Advanced Clinical Spa in February.

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Sanova Dermatology in Steiner Ranch opened a SkinCeuticals Advanced Clinical Spa in February. There are a limited number of these med spas in the U.S., a press release said, adding that skin care experiences such as hydrafacials, lasers, peels and more are now more effective. Sanova Dermatology is located at 4300 N. Quinlan Park Road, Ste. 225, Austin. 512-266-0007. www.sanovadermatology.com
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