Location: Boulder, CO
Member since 5/29/2011


  • 42 total posts
  • 4 reviews
  • 3 questions

Reviews by Sky101

Glowing Skin from Prestige Medical Grade Peel - Denver, CO

What an awesome peel. The nurse worked it up into a foam and applied it to my face. No pain at all. Three days later I started peeling a bit aounr my mouth. On day four 2/3 of face and neck and was peeling. On day six neck, under chin, nd forehead are the only areas still peeling. Lost a... READ MORE

Thermage Ruined my Neck. Boulder, CO

THERMAGE THERMA LIFT RUINED MY NECK! I had fantastic results from the pearl laser at Dr. Vath's medical spa and should have stopped there. There treatments (pearl laser, microderm abrasion, chemical peels, etc)always left my face glowing and beautiful! The nurse that i normally work with was... READ MORE

Juviderm - Colorado

Fantastic! I was treated with injections around my mouth and above my cheek bones. I used a qualified and experienced nurse at a plastic surgeon's office. She didn't overfill and the treatment brought fullness back to face. READ MORE

Pearl Laser - youthful glow is back!

Here's my story: I was ill for a very long time, gained 80 lbs and the skin on my face was blotchy, dull, and just looked unhealthy. By 2010, I had recovered from my illness, lost over 60 lbs, but still the skin on my face wasn't bouncing back like the rest of me. I decided to have... READ MORE

Questions from Sky101

Tummy tuck solar plexis swelling or disfigured 2 days post op (Photo)

See photos. there is an odd, very lumpy section of skin all around my solar plexis with a strange line down the middle. IS THIS NORMAL? Is it just swelling or is it disfigured? READ MORE

Facelift uneven bruising. Does this look normal to you? (Photo)

Facelift 3 days post op. One side under the ear has more pronounced swelling and bruising. Does this look normal to you? My surgeon and nurses will be in tomorrow morning was... READ MORE

What is causing asymmetry after my no drain tummy tuck? (Photo)

On the right side of my tummy there is a continuous muscular line running from below the belly button to the solar plexus with no breaks. On the left side, there is break in... READ MORE

Recent comments from Sky101

Though I wouldn't let him do the revision. READ COMMENT

I am so sorry. That must be very frustrating. I hope he helps you get this fixed READ COMMENT