Our Newest Eyelash Treatment


I am thrilled to announce a further expansion of services provided at Maine Laser Skin Care and Medispa.  By popular demand, based on the results of a survey we released a few months ago, we now offer Novalash eyelash extensions as a treatment option.

Novalash is a global brand of eyelash extensions that is medical grade, and has won numerous awards internationally. Eyelash extensions are meticulously applied and can rapidly transform a woman’s eyes with longer, fuller and darker lashes.

Novalash extensions are waterproof & sweat proof, stay on twice as long as competing brands, and do not damage natural lashes.  With Novalash, you can have the appearance of darker thicker lashes, and you no longer need mascara.


However, Novalash extensions are best applied not by yourself, but by a certified specialist, which is where Maine Laser Skin Care comes in.  Kristy James, who is a certified Novalash eyelash extension stylist, is now performing her services in our Augusta office by appointment.

Ms. James, who was also voted greater Augusta’s Best Lash Artist for 2013, will continue to see her current panel of clients, and will also be available for existing patients of Maine Laser Skin Care.  Just call us at 207-873-2158 to schedule your appointment with Kristy.

Due to her current appointment bookings, her openings may be limited in June. As a result, if you are interested in eyelash extensions for a special event (wedding, graduation, reunion), call us ASAP to reserve a spot.

I know from our last survey that many of you desired this service, and I am excited to add Novalash extensions to our aesthetic medicine menu.

About Dr. John Burke

John Burke M.D. has practiced medicine for over 25 years, and is the founding partner of MidMaine Internal Medicine. He established Maine Laser Skin Care in 2004 after devoting years to learning the latest in laser and dermatologic technology. Dr. Burke has treated patients from all over the United States. He is one of Maine's busiest practitioners in laser treatments, and in the use of Botox for upper facial lines and excessive sweating.
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