This new year, we’re resolving to invest more in ourselves, and that includes indulging in treatments that will leave us looking and feeling our best. Here, we round up five anti-aging treatments on our 2016 list.
Sun damage is a major cause of aging on our face, hands, and décolletage. Fortunately, this facial at Karma Beauty Lounge uses a healthy dose of Vitamin C to improve skin tone and discoloration with the help of a hydrating mask. $120. 1104 24th St. NW, 202-293-3333
Microdermabrasion is the go-to service for revealing more radiant, youthful-looking skin. This power version of the process at Celadon Spa uses micro-crystals to get rid of dry, dead cells, followed by a soothing facial and anti-aging serums to turn back the clock. $195. 1180 F St. NW, 202-347-3333
This age-reversing program at Dolce Vita is one to try. Micro-current helps strengthen muscles surrounding the eyes, while LED light increases collagen production to lift, smooth, tighten, and brighten. $599 for six treatments, $439 for a monthly membership. Tysons Galleria, 1839 U International Dr., McLean, 703-942-5564
The Institute of Multidimensional Medicine, a.k.a. TIMM, is home to the non-surgical face lift, which uses a computerized technique to reduce wrinkles and scars while simultaneously banishing the appearance of enlarged pores and baggy eyes. $145. 2311 M St. NW, 202-429-3783
One of their signature facials, the Resurgence Renewal at Georgetown Salon and Spa is designed to combat dry skin, fine lines, and loss of elasticity through moisturizing and gentle exfoliation. Add a firming eye mask for more powerful results—we plan to. $125 for the facial, $20 for the eye mask. 2715 M St. NW, 202-333-8099