Medrevive Medspa
Medrevive Medspas
321 B Main Street Gaithersburg (Kentlands), Maryland 20878

It’s not often you find a medspa that has glowing reviews from its customers – young and old alike – and that provides highly trained medical professionals, customer service and affordable pricing all at the same place.

That place is Med Revive Medspa, located in The Kentlands and supervised by a board-certified physician who has been in practice for more than five years. Additionally, all services are performed by licensed, board-certified and highly experienced physician assistants with more than 14 years of experience.

Utilizing state-of-the-art technology and cutting-edge medical aesthetics, Med Revive focuses on blending relaxing and rejuvenating treatment with sound, clinical results. Med Revive offers a variety of laser therapies such as laser hair removal, IPL Photofacial, SkinTyte, spidervein treatments and acne treatments.

Its cosmetic enhancement procedures include Botox and several dermal fillers such as Juvederm, Radiesse and Belotero along with medical grade chemical peels and microdermabrasion.

The medspa’s licensed aesthetician offers a full variety of treatments such as the pore purifying facial, the hydrating facial and the popular MedRevive Signature Microderm Facial. The signature facial also includes a massage for the face, neck and shoulders for ultimate serenity and effectiveness.
Clients receive a complimentary consultation to customize a treatment plan that meets their unique cosmetic needs and aesthetic goals. Before and after photos establish clear expectations and results.
The goal at Med Revive is as clear as the healthy glow on a patient’s face (both men and women) – to help each one look and feel her best and feel as youthful on the outside as she does on the inside.


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