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SilkySmooth Laser Hair Removal


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SilkySmooth Laser Hair Removal, owned and operated by Danielle Howa Pendergrass is located at 894 E. 100 N., Suite #3, Price. The phone number is 637-2720.

Danielle is a Carbon County native where she attended the College of Eastern Utah to earn her registered nursing degree. She went on to attend Weber State University for her bachelor's degree and then earned her master's degree and women's health nurse practitioner degree from the University of Utah. She returned to Carbon County to be closer to her family. She is married to Jason Pendergrass and together they raise their niece Mikka Pendergrass. "I love living in a community where people actually know one other and feel a responsibility to help each other out," she says.

Danielle has a passion for women's health and is employed at Dr. F. Rex Nielsen's office and is the director and health care provider at the College of Eastern Utah's Health and Wellness clinic.

She is also involved in several community projects such as the Women's Conference and the now third annual "Wear Red For Women Day" that raises awareness for women and heart disease.

"We were one of the first communities in Utah to get this program started. It is just amazing how our community agencies, especially the health department who organizes the event every year, pull together to make an ordinary day extraordinary," she says.

SilkySmooth Laser Hair Removal is a safe, fast, and effective way to manage unwanted hair.

"Being in the field of women's health and having a Lebanese and Italian heritage sparked my interest in laser hair removal years ago, long before we had the laser technoloy that we have now."

Danielle uses the top of the line, LightSheer Diode laser.

"I use the laser that all other laser hair removal are compared to. This laser is the "Gold Standard" in laser hair removal which means there is not a better laser on the marker for laser hair removal.

Danielle says that fall and winter are the best times to start or continue laser hair removal treatments because the laser works best on people who do not have a tan or have let their tan fade.

"The laser can be turned to a different setting that can give you faster results".

Treatments are usually spaced about six weeks apart and clients will need about four to eight treatments to get their desired results. One misconception is that laser hair removal is painful, when in fact is just a little uncomfortable. If someone is worried about being uncomfortable, a numbing cream is given to dull the sensation. Another misconception is that laser hair removal is unaffordable when in fact SilkySmooth's prices are the lowest in the state. Laser hair removal is an investment in time, ease, and self confidence.

"It is wonderful to see the increased self esteem and excitement of both women and men who are going through and have finished treatments. It's like a little transformation that helps them hold their head higher. It's great to be a part of that experience."

For a free consultation or to continue treatment, call SilkySmooth at 637-2720. All appointments are discreet and confidential as Danielle provides the quality care you have know to trust.


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