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She demonstrates a 3-in-1 facial using a uses a charcoal exfoliant, ultrasound technology, and CO2 pods to oxygenate the skin. The expert says it can tighten and brighten the skin, without having to worry about breaking vessels on the face.
After having the beauty treatment, Veronica -- who battled cancer -- says she feels "great" and is wowed by the appearance of her rejuvenated skin.
Nurse Jamie recommends getting the facial once a week for 4 weeks and with follow up treatments as needed. The facial ranges from $250 to $300 dollars and is suited for most skin types.