Dr. Gary Branfman of Complexion Plus

Complexion Plus was named Best Skin Care.

Advocate readers voted Complexion Plus the best skin care facility in the Crossroads.

"Our goal is to provide an opportunity for all ages and skin types to have healthy skin," said plastic surgeon, Dr. Gary S. Branfman.

Established in 1991 by Branfman, Complexion Plus is a medically supervised skin care facility that focuses on the restoration of damaged skin and maintenance of healthy skin.  

Unlike most places, Complexion Plus is administered by a doctor as well as a registered nurse, an esthetician and a certified plastic surgeon to perform various medical or cosmetic procedures.

"Since it's also a plastic surgeon practice, if someone needs something done medically, we can offer that as well," Branfman said.

The facility also focuses on the importance of educating patients about skin cancer.

"A strong emphasis down here in the south is avoidance of skin cancer, so skin protection and early detection is very important in our practice," Branfman said.

Complexion Plus also has its own product called Shed, a physician-formulated blend of anti-aging collagen that stimulates skin brightening agents.

"It's neat that after being here for a quarter of a century, we have our own product that we own the rights to," Branfman said.

Best Skin Care 


110 Medical Drive Ste. 105

9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 9 a.m.-noon Friday 


First Runner-Up

Dr. Gary F. Cox

Coastal Skin Care & Wellness Center

2705 Hospital Drive Ste. 100


Second Runner-Up 

Fountain of Youth Medical Spa

6234 N. Navarro St. 


Other Top Finalists

Dakota James Audilet - Brotherz Barber Shop

1901 Stolz St.

Forever Young Wellness & Medical Spa

4502 N. Laurent St. 

Tanique Etcetera Boutique

5315 N. Navarro St. 

A Spa For You Victoria


Sally Beauty Supply

4500 7th St. Ste. 600, Bay City

Dr. Roy John Aimone 

4402 N. Laurent St. Ste. A 

Heritage Day Spa & Salon

1400 Cemetery Road, Hallettsville

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