What to expect at your next visit
at Vibrant Dermatology or Skin Bar MD
Vibrant Dermatology was founded on the principle of providing safe, high quality medical care to all of our patients. As such, when the COVID-19 pandemic swept through our state, we made the decision to close our physical doors to do our part to be socially responsible and help flatten the curve.
We reopened our offices on May 25th and have established safety protocols that prioritize the safety and health of our patients and staff. Whenever possible, we will recommend telehealth visits to promote no contact medical care. Please review the list on the vibrant dermatology website to help you decide what appointment type might be best and our staff can also help you if you aren’t sure. Our skin bar will reopen in mid-June. In light of the coronavirus pandemic, we will only service one client at a time. Estheticians will be wearing personal protective equipment. As always, we will continue to adhere to the strictest safety standards and guidelines. Your health and wellness have always been our top priority, and we are committed to continuing to serve you and our community.
Skin Bar will open in mid June!
Specials to Celebrate our 2020 graduates and to Support our frontline workers:
Facials – $60
Aquafacials – $150
All sunscreen products – 10% off
NEW! At home facial kits for sale
Is your skin suffering during quarantine? Our at home facial kits can allow you to maintain your glow from the safety of your own home. Each kit comes with all the products required to execute the facial as well as detailed instructions. If you wish to have a more personal facial experience, our esthetician is able to do a virtual facial consultation with you. Virtual facial consultations will be $35 plus the cost of the facial kit. Better yet, host a virtual facial party with you friend. Cost $ 35 per person plus cost of your at home facial products.
At home facials include:
From the blog: Sun Safety for the entire family
Dr. Ip talks about keeping your skin safe from coronavirus in the Boston Globe