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  Welcome to La Piele Spa of Huntington, Long Island, NY; where rejuvenation, relaxation and results come together while creating a unique experience for the mind, body and soul… The treatment rooms are softly light by candle light and have a warm inviting feel. We want to leave our peaceful oasis feeling refreshed glowing inside and out. We are a private skin care spa that values your private and personal attention. We pride ourselves on expertise, impeccable customer service. Let us assist you in melting away the daily stressors of life and recapture the essence of youth.... A gem of spa in Huntington, Long Islandthat offers beauty treatments specializing in anti-aging, acne therapy, facials, peels & more....  
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 Join us for a Beauty "Fall" Ladies Night
Tuesday, September 16th Starting at 5:30pm

 Featuring ...
Cosmetic Injections done by Michael DeRosa, N.P. of "Rejuvenation Solution"
 Beautiful, trendy pocketbooks...come check out all the latest fall fashions
Mini "Spa" make-overs using our quality Glo Mineral Products


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Cosmetic Fillers
 (Normally $550)
Buy 2 Get 1 Free


This includes
Juvederm Ultra®

$550 Per Tube  
 Excludes Juvederm Ultra Plus &Voluma

Botox® Cosmetic
 Normally$12 per unit
Now Only $10 per unit


Area's to Treat
In between brows
Crows Feet

$10 Per unit


La Piele 
198 New York Avenue
 Huntington, NY 11743

Appointments required call (631) 629-4334
 Space is limited call today

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Collagen Induction Therapy
 Dermapen Micro-Needling Device
 for the treatment of
aging, sagging skin
acne scars
keloid scars
stretch marks


Coming Fall 2014
Our New & Improved Facial Menu.. 

All specials are not to be combined with any other offer or prior service, Offer expires September 16th, 2014
 Not to be combined with any other offer or prior service.




The Skin Cream Ingredients: You Should Never Mix and Match!

If you're anything like me, you pile at least three skin-care products on your face each morning. Right now, my routine includes a moisturizing essence (which feels like water on your skin), an antioxidant vitamin C serum (my current fave isSkinCeuticals C E Ferulic), and a sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher (like Obagi Professional-C Suncare SPF 30). If you don't already layer your skin care, it's a good idea to start: Dermatologists say it traps more active ingredients against your skin, so every product you use works better. But you before you get all mixologist on your face, you should know that some skin-care ingredients do not play nice together. Here's your do-not-mix list:

Retinol and alpha hydroxy acids, like glycol and lactic acids. "This duo is a recipe for redness and irritation," says Ranella Hirsch, a dermatologist in Boston. If you do mix them, the fastest way to calm skin is by popping an anti-inflammatory, like aspirin, and smoothing on hydrocortisone cream.

Citric acid with anything. We know what you’re thinking: What's citric acid? "It's an ingredient in lots of moisturizers, and when you layer it with other products, it causes irritation," says Hirsch. (It's listed as citric acid on the ingredient list, so it's easy to spot.)

Retinol and acne treatments. Using salicylic acid and retinol at the same time causes dryness and redness. Mixing benzoyl peroxide with retinol has the opposite effect: "The two ingredients have been shown to deactivate each other," says Fredric Brandt, a dermatologist in New York City and Miami.

Vitamin C and alpha hydroxy acids. "They change the pH of vitamin C enough to destabilize it, making the antioxidant ineffective," says David Bank, a dermatologist in Mount Kisco, New York. If you're wearing a serum with glycolic acid, pick serums with heartier antioxidants, like green tea and resveratrol.

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As if there weren't already enough things causing wrinkles while you're awake—smiling, frowning, sipping from a straw, probably breathing—it turns out even sleeping can be line-inducing. Those creases you wake up with after you've face-planted for a long night's rest? Not so harmless. "They are caused by the skin crunching against a pillowcase and breaking down collagen and elastic tissue," explains dermatologist Debra Jaliman, the author of Skin Rules. With time and repetition, that creates a permanent wrinkle. "When you are young, like in your 20s and 30s, you have good collagen and elastic tissue," says Jaliman. "But when you're older, it's a problem. The skin isn't as resilient."

So how to prevent these tricky wrinkles of the night? You've probably seen ads for "anti-aging pillows" on late-night T.V. While they might seem gimmicky, Jaliman says that there's science behind the claim. Because sleep wrinkles are caused by the friction of rubbing against your pillow, you can buy silk pillowcases, which slide rather than pull against your skin, or you can simply learn to sleep on your back. If that's so uncomfortable it leaves you sacrificing your beauty sleep altogether, try something like the JuveRest Sleep Wrinkle Pillow, which cradles your head in a way that allows you to stay in your position of choice without compression.

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