‘Medical spa’ offers variety of skin treatments

Rainier Laser and Aesthetics Center is now open in Enumclaw.

  • Friday, November 16, 2018 3:41pm
  • Business
The staff at Rainier Laser and Aesthetics Center includes, from left, April Gallagher, Kelsey Isbell, Debbie Melby and Dr. Holly Dickson.

The staff at Rainier Laser and Aesthetics Center includes, from left, April Gallagher, Kelsey Isbell, Debbie Melby and Dr. Holly Dickson.

Rainier Laser and Aesthetics Center, billed as “a full-service medical spa,” is open and offering clients a variety of services.

Owned by Dr. Holly Dickson, who has practiced medicine in Enumclaw since 2001, the business provides procedures like laser hair removal, microdermabrasion, photo rejuvination, dermaplaning, chemical peels and acne treatment.

The staff includes master esthetician Debbie Melby, who has years of experience and extensive training to her credit.

Address: 853 Watson St., Enumclaw

Phone: 360-637-4050 or 1-833-spa-medi

Website: rainierlaseraesthetic.com

Email: DMelby@rainierlaseraesthetic.com

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