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Best Place to Get a Facial Los Angeles 2012 

Kate Somerville Skin Health Experts

After just one facial at the chicly appointed clinic of Kate Somerville Skin Health Experts, you will be radiant; if you keep going back, you may actually feel immortal. To that end, this Melrose Place clinic offers "Skin Gym," a workout program you'll actually look forward to. Forget elliptical machines or free weights: The staff helps patrons achieve healthy, glowing skin with regular treatments. Skin Gym members also get discounts on the best products for pampering for the pores, and facials, to keep the face fit. LED-light treatments, which counter the effects of aging, treat acne and firm the skin over time, are a pain-free customer favorite. 8428 Melrose Place, Ste. C, W. Hlywd. (323) 655-7546, skinhealthexperts.com.

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