US-based skincare company SkinCeuticals has opened a new clinical spa inside a Duncan Dermatology store in Saint Helena, California.

The company has partnered with dermatologist Dr Karynne Duncan on the initiative. The new spa marks the company’s approach to blending clinical skincare with professional in-office treatments and procedures.

Through the collaboration, the skincare company promotes the implementation of holistic skincare programmes with a focus on achieving optimal skin health and client results.

“The SkinCeuticals partnership with Duncan Dermatology is a partnership that blends the luxury of in-office treatments with gold standard at-home skincare.”

Duncan said: “The SkinCeuticals partnership with Duncan Dermatology is a partnership that blends the luxury of in-office treatments with gold standard at-home skincare. We honestly believe, that through a holistic programme, we are offering our patients the best in dermatological results and maximum skin health.”

“We offer a thorough education on the essentials needed to care for skin following an in-office treatment. It’s essential to us to offer a curated, at-home skincare regimen so every patient that walks through our doors knows the importance of skin health.

“We recommend SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic and one of the SkinCeuticals broad-spectrum sunscreens so patients are getting the best results following every in-office treatment.”

Established in 1997, SkinCeuticals develops a wide range of advanced cosmeceutical treatments to improve skin health.

Headquartered in Texas, the firm also offers medical-grade skincare products that are developed for use before, during and after surgical procedures. Its treatments and products are said to help protect skin against environmental damage and enhance skin’s clarity, tone and texture.