The hottest new medical-based skin care innovation is happening right now at NEOSkin Center

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Dr. Tricia Bedrick’s NEOSkin Center offers the new Silk Dermal Infusion Facial, which exfoliates to remove dry, damaged cells; extracts to deeply clean and remove debris; then infuses condition-specific serums deep into the skin.

By Patricia Nugent

With a boutique space curated by an internationally renowned designer and a host of new esthetic treatments and additional medical staff, NEOSkin Center is moving uptown— to First & Main—later this fall. 

“Over the past three years, the overwhelming response we’ve seen from the Hudson community has spurred our growth, and we’re thankful,” says founder Dr. Tricia Bedrick. 

“Our staff has grown over the last few months to accommodate the needs of our patients and their busy schedules. Their combined experience brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to NEOSkin Center that we can pass along to our patients.” 

The medical spa’s new retail area is designed by ZO Skin Health’s executive director of retail innovation, Tommy Lee. Dr. Bedrick reports the modern and luxurious space will feature a product bar to encourage interaction between shoppers and the products. 

Also within the new location, look for an IV Lounge aimed at rejuvenating people with infusions of key minerals and vitamins. 

The Latest and Greatest 
“We are always looking forward, investing in the latest advancements in skin care to bring to the area,” she says. 

“Our procedures and products live up to their promise of changing the texture, tone and elasticity of any skin, at any age, with any problem.” 

Body contouring is also a specialty of the boutique medical spa, and the staff is thrilled to introduce CoolSculpting. 

“With our dual applicators, people can have two areas treated at once,” she says. “We can do any area of the body, from inner and outer thighs to stomach, arms, double chins—you name it. People can expect a 22 percent reduction in body fat.” 

By super cooling fat cells through an applicator, they are naturally eliminated by the body. 

Laser Skin Resurfacing and Photofacial Season 
“This time of year, people are looking to get rid of skin pigmentation and smooth rough post-summer skin,” she says. 

“With Halo Laser Skin Resurfacing, two lasers are used in one treatment to remove the dead outer layer of cells. The second laser heats up the deep layer of skin which stimulates it to drastically increase collagen production.” 

“Specifically, the Halo Laser reduces discoloration and sun damage, leaving in its wake clearer, smoother, rejuvenated skin,” Dr. Bedrick adds. 

She reports they are also achieving amazing results with The Forever Young BBL Photofacial. 

“The Forever Young Photo Facial treats brown, sun-damaged spots and red vessels, and includes an anti-aging pass that gives the skin a beautiful glow,” she continues. 

In addition to these treatments, Dr. Bedrick offers the new Silk Dermal Infusion Facial, which exfoliates to remove dry, damaged cells; extracts to deeply clean and remove debris; then infuses condition-specific serums deep into the skin. 

And supporting all of these efforts is NEOSkin’s comprehensive consultation, guiding patients to the best procedure to meet their needs. Each patient receives an Annual Treatment Calendar, recommending a customized plan for them to follow to achieve their aesthetic goals. 

One of the sharpest tools in her consultation arsenal—coming this fall—is the VISIA Complexion Analysis System. 

“This imaging process allows us to capture what is happening with a patient’s skin and use that as a metric moving forward with a treatment plan,” she says. 

To make any plan easier on the budget, this month they have introduced the Client Loyalty Program, in which you can earn rewards as well as membership options. 

For the optimal results following any treatment, Dr. Bedrick offers a next-gen line of at-home skin care products, ZO Skin Health by Dr. Zein Obagi, a pioneering dermatologist. 

NEOSkin Center is currently located at 5829 Darrow Road in Hudson. Later this fall the new location will be 111 First Street, Hudson. Hours are Monday and Tuesday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Wednesday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; and weekends by appointment. For more information, call 234-205-0243 or visit