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Glacial Rx

Skin concerns like inflammation and dark spots can make you feel self-conscious, no matter where they develop.

Glacial Rx treatment in Little Rock, AR, addresses these concerns and provides attractive skin rejuvenation.

Dr. Suzanne Yee provides comfortable Glacial Rx for patients who want a spa-like treatment rather than surgery to address skin blemishes.

What Is Glacial Rx?

Glacial® Rx is an FDA-cleared treatment that can be used on most skin types and any area of the body. It is the first and only treatment that uses Cryomodulation™, a technique that uses cooling technology to address skin conditions. Cryomodulation can improve the appearance of the skin by:

  • Reducing redness, swelling, and inflammation
  • Removing age spots and benign lesions
  • Exfoliating skin
  • Evening out skin tone
  • Brightening skin
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Though we offer a variety of cosmetic surgery options at our Little Rock office, we are proud to offer nonsurgical options to patients who desire stunning results without an invasive solution. Dr. Suzanne Yee is triple board-certified and proud to employ the latest technology to help you achieve results with or without plastic surgery.

If you're struggling with redness, inflammation, or age spots, we can use cooling technology to comfortably address them. Dr. Yee can develop a Glacial Rx treatment plan for you that provides the rejuvenation you desire so you can feel content in your own skin. 

For more information on how you can benefit from Glacial Rx treatment by Dr. Yee, we invite you to fill out our consultation request form or call our Little Rock, AR, practice:

(501) 224-1044

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The Science Behind Glacial Rx

So how does Glacial Rx work?

The overproduction of melanin causes age spots, disrupting your smooth, even skin tone. Glacial Rx uses cooling technology to suspend the production of melanin. As new skin cells replace the older skin cells over the course of a few months, your complexion clears.

Glacial Rx slows the production of melanin, so your age spots will be slow to return. As you notice spots returning, you may request another Glacial Rx session at our Little Rock office.

What Happens During a Glacial Rx Session?

This procedure is completely tailored to address your specific cosmetic concerns. Before you begin treatment, Dr. Yee will develop a treatment plan for you and provide all the information you need to make an informed decision about the procedure. When you come into our Little Rock, AR, office for Glacial Rx, you can expect your treatment to involve:
Dr. Yee pairs her refined artistic sensibilities with years of medical training to provide life-changing results.
Dr. Yee pairs her refined artistic sensibilities with years of medical training to provide life-changing results.


You will first lie back and get comfortable. Since this technology uses the cold to address skin concerns, you will require no anesthesia or numbing cream. Patients often report that it is a comfortable process that feels like a spa treatment.

Spot Treatment

Dr. Yee will move the Glacial Rx handpiece over the treatment area, paying special attention to age spots. She may apply the handpiece to each age spot for about 15-20 seconds.


After spot treatment, you may receive an exfoliating massage that uses cooling technology to reduce pigmentation. Serums may be applied to your skin to brighten it and accelerate cell turnover.

Continue Your Day

Treatment lasts a maximum of 45 minutes, and can leave our office and resume your day immediately afterward. You may experience some redness or microcrusting in the treatment areas for a few days after treatment.


It can take up to three months before the full effects of treatment become apparent. 

"Dr. Yee has performed several procedures for me and I have been pleased and happy with each one. She is a wonderful professional doctor and is a very sweet person. Her staff is always friendly and greet you with a smile. I always feel comfortable being there." Karen Schisler
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Suzanne Yee, MD

Dr. Suzanne Yee is a triple board-certified plastic surgeon in Little Rock, AR, who offers a wide variety of surgical and non-invasive treatments. Dr. Yee is affiliated with several prestigious organizations. Her memberships include:

  • Fellow of American Board of Cosmetic Surgery
  • Fellow of American Board of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery
  • Fellow of American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
  • Fellow of American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
  • Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
  • Fellow of American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, Inc.
  • Fellow of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
  • Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery

To schedule a consultation at our state-of-the-art surgical center, please contact us online or call (501) 224-1044.

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