Susquehanna Style’s: Best of York

Bish explains that the individualized experience at Lébo starts with a free consultation where you can identify your skincare goals. Whether your concerns are fine lines, unwanted hair, or overall skin tone, they’ll recommend treatments (ranging from Botox to microdermabrasion), as well as a regimen that’s customized for your skin type. Lébo even has their own line of medical-grade skincare products, so you don’t have to worry about tracking down various brands.

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Fox43 : New non-surgical treatment freezes fat away

YORK, Pa. – With swimsuit season kicking off, many people may be looking for ways to burn fat, but there’s a new non-surgical procedure that freezes the fat away. CoolSculpting is a noninvasive procedure freezes fat below the skin so it can be flushed out naturally.

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YDR: Sunburn, bug bites and poison ivy are hazards to summer skin

Prevention: Hillary Lébouitz-Schaefer, co-owner at Lébo Skin Care Center, recommends sunscreen of at least SPF 30, sometimes greater, if people have fairer skin.

It should be applied at least 30 minutes before outdoor activity, and reapplied every two hours, especially if a lot of time is spent in the sun, water or if you’re sweating.

It can come in oils, lotions and creams, and people can choose the type of sunscreen based on preference. Sometimes people with oily skin do better with a lotion-based sunscreen, she said.

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CPBJ: Off The Clock: Lébo Skin Care

Three teams of employees from York County-based Lébo Skin Care participated in Office Olympix to benefit Easter Seals Western and Central Pennsylvania. The teams, which raised $1,500 for the event, dressed as their favorite “Once Upon a Time” characters and competed in a variety of office-type games. Pictured, from left, are T. Nicole Kelley, Amy Dickason, Heather Witmer, Sharon Brough and Dalia Rutledge.

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YDR: Tattoos be gone: Removal grows among millennials

Since December, Lèbo has offered patients the PicoSure treatment for tattoo removal. Using shutters of light that are delivered in 1 trillionth of a second, or one pico, the ink in a tattoo is shattered into dust particles that are reabsorbed by the body, McQuay said.

Old methods broke the ink into clumps and it was more difficult for the body to absorb. It also took several more treatments over a longer period of time, McQuay said.

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YDR: Prom 2015: 5 beauty tips for the big night

Tanning beds are popular choices for many teenagers because they think a darker complexion is more attractive, and they feel lying in the hot bed can help clear up acne, said Hillary Lébouitz-Schaefer, owner of Lébo Skin Care Center in York Township.

Spray tans are a safer alternative that if done well, also can be attractive. Lébouitz-Schaefer suggests making sure a professional does the application. It’s also key to exfoliate before a spray tan, she said.

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FBLA Fashion Show

FBLA is hosting a fashion show this  Friday, April 10th from 7-9pm in the SWHS auditorium. There will be $300+ worth of raffle items from local businesses such as Giant, Lébo Skincare, All About You, Weis, Utz, Sal’s and more.

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Hillary & Heather Supporting the SPCA 2010